Dinesh D'Souza Takes on
NSA in Upcoming Film
Dinesh D'Souza's latest film, America, will feature the National Security Agency's recent set of controversial counter-terrorism tactics, including intercepting private communications between U.S. citizens and building databases of information about average Americans.
"Our coverage [in the film] is based on a re-creation of what the NSA has actually been doing, while lying to the American people and Congress," D'Souza said. "Our point is that the Obama administration is collecting private information on every American, for reasons that have nothing to do with terrorism."
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American Moments Episode Seven: You Didn't Build That
American Moments is a weekly web series that explores the ideas and people that make America great and the ways in which critics of America are undermining our country's core ideals.
This week Dinesh D'Souza discusses the speech in which President Obama said "you didn't build that," and how it relates to the progressive left's moral attack on the capitalist system in America.
Watch this week's American Moments below:
D'Souza on The Kelly File: Political Correctness at the 9/11 Memorial is Wrong
D'Souza appeared as a guest on The Kelly File on May 13 to comment on the debate over the new 9/11 Memorial film's use of words like "jihad" and "Islamic extremism."
D'Souza argued that political correctness at the expense of truth is wrong, pointing out that there are certain realities about the world we live in, namely, that most acts of terror today are committed in the name of Islam.
Shannon Bream hosted the show. Watch here: