We are on the brink of losing our country forever. After eight years of Obama, four years—or possibly eight years—of Hillary Clinton as president of the United States would so utterly transform America as to make it unrecognizable.
What do the Democratic Party and a gang of criminals have in common? Funny you should ask!
The real Obama is a man shaped by experiences far different from those of most Americans; he is a much stranger, more determined, and exponentially more dangerous man than you’d ever imagined.
Is death the end? Or do the latest discoveries in physics and neuroscience, the most convincing philosophical deductions, and the most likely conclusions from anthropology and biology lend increasing credibility to the prospect of life after death?
Is Christianity true? Can an intelligent, college-educated person really believe the Bible? Or do the atheists have it right? Has Christianity been disproven by science, debunked as a force for good, and discredited as a guide to morality?
The cultural left in this country (such people as Hillary Clinton, Ted Kennedy, Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Boxer, George Soros, Michael Moore, Bill Moyers, and Noam Chomsky) is responsible for causing 9/11.
Drawing on his own colorful experiences, both within the conservative world and while skirmishing with the left, D’Souza aims to enlighten and inspire young conservatives and give them weapons for the intellectual battles that they face in high school, college and everyday life.
America is under attack as never before—not only from terrorists, but from people who provide a rationale for terrorism. Islamic intellectuals declare America the “Great Satan.” Europeans rail against American “globalism” as embodied by McDonald’s. Are they right?
We are divided about the new technology economy. Its champions embrace the power of technological capitalism and the wealth it creates. Its detractors warn that techno-capitalism creates enormous inequalities, undermines families and communities, and destroys our most cherished values. Who is right?
How, can we square Reagan the man with the astonishing events of the Reagan era? The mystery of Reagan is best summarized in the remark that National Security Advisor Robert McFarlane made: “He knows so little, and accomplishes so much.”
Where once we spoke only of racist acts or individuals, Americans have now become accustomed to hearing their country described as a racist society. That view, widely accepted by the media, has produced a mood of cultural despair about the very possibility of racial progress.
Is “political correctness” chilling freedom of thought and speech on American campuses today? Is multicultural activism splitting the university on moral grounds, creating not a truly diverse community but balkanized tribal enclaves?