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FOX News: Experts Question Clinton Foundation's True Charitable Spending

The charity run by the Clintons has raised $2 billion since it was founded in 2001, but only a small fraction of the take went to its “life-saving work.”

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VIDEO: Over 100 Students Skype With Dinesh at Student Advocacy Workshop

WATCH: At the CFRW’s 40th Annual Student Advocacy Workshop in Sacramento last week, over 100 students watched D’Souza latest film.

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VIDEO: D'Souza Discusses Clinton Foundation Taxes With Dana On TheBlaze

WATCH: Dinesh joined Dana on TheBlaze TV on Monday to discuss the Clinton Foundation’s admitted mistakes on their tax returns.

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FOX Nation: Obama's Brother Says Barack Is A Cold, Ruthless, Dishonest Schemer

In an interview conducted earlier this month, filmmaker Joel Gilbert talks to President Obama’s brother Malik, who has some very strong views about his half-brother.

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VIDEO: A Special Birthday Thank You From Dinesh

WATCH: A special birthday thank you message from Dinesh and a preview of the road ahead.

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NewsBusters: MSNBC Host Allegedly Owes Nearly $60,000 In Unpaid Taxes

MSNBC’s Touré Neblett, who serves as co-host of The Cycle, reportedly owes more than $59,000 in back taxes.

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The Federalist: The Constitution Bans Hillary's Foreign Government Payola

Hillary Clinton’s foreign cash payola from countries like Oman, Qatar, and Algeria has been banned by the U.S. Constitution for more than two centuries.

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The Dove Foundation Awards "America" Best Documentary Seal

The Dove Foundation just completed an online public poll to determine the most popular Dove-approved movies of 2014 in seven categories.

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Observer: Jeffrey Epstein Affair Imperils Hillary Clinton's Presidential Prospects

The case of the high-flying (alleged) pedophile reveals a broken American political process.

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NYT: At Global Economic Gathering, U.S. Primacy Is Seen as Ebbing

Economists and political leaders see an American government so bitterly divided that it is on the verge of deserting the global economic stage it has commanded since the end of World War II.