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VIDEO: How Democrats Are No Better Than Street Thugs (PJTV Series, Part 3)

WATCH: When D’Souza was in prison, he realized that Democrats operate the same way a lot of the criminals did; they’re pulling off a huge heist!

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VIDEO: D'Souza's Life As A Political Prisoner (PJTV Series, Part 2)

WATCH: D’Souza was sentenced to nights in a Federal containment facility. Hear what it was like for him to interact with criminal gang-members and what he learned from his fellow inmates.

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VIDEO: How D'Souza Was Criminalized For Making "2016" (PJTV Series, Part 1)

Even D’Souza’s liberal lawyer has realized his conviction was politically motivated.


AUDIO: D'Souza Exposes The Left's Heist Of America For Dennis Prager

D’Souza had riveting in-depth conversation with Dennis Prager about how forced confinement opened his eyes to the progressive heist


This Week's Bestsellers From Publisher's Weekly

Here are the bestsellers for the week that ended Sunday, Nov. 22.


AUDIO: D'Souza Tells Adam Carolla About The Hillary Gang & Obama Gang

D’Souza appeared on the Adam Carolla Show to share secrets about two of America’s most terrifying gangs.

WJ: The Real Reason Obama Won’t Destroy ISIS Oil Wells

“We didn’t actually hit any oil wells that ISIS controls because we didn’t want to do environmental damage.”

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AUDIO: What D'Souza Learned About Obama By Interviewing Rapists And Murderers

LISTEN: D’Souza explains to Sean Hannity how his experience with hardened criminals altered his perspective on Obama and Hillary.

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VIDEO: D'Souza Spars With HuffPo Live Host Over Obama, Immigration, Federal Spending

WATCH: D’Souza sat down with HuffPo Live host Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to talk about 2016.

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D'Souza: What Politics Has In Common With Organized Crime

In 2012 I exceeded the campaign finance limit by giving $20,000 more than allowed to the Senate campaign of a college friend of mine, Wendy Long.