America: Imagine the World Without Her DVD + Hardcover Book

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"You'll be inspired." — Rush Limbaugh

Liberals and progressives love to criticize and condemn America for all of the horrendous things she has allegedly committed.  Revisionist history has been taught to the American population for several generations now, leaving very few who know America's true history.  

To hear the progressives tell the story, you'd think we stole our land from Native Americans and Mexicans, built our country on the backs of the African slave trade, and are now using our military might to rob other countries of their oil.  And to top it all off, we have a capitalistic system that keeps everyone from getting their "fair share".  Dinesh sets all of those myths straight and more, with the help of Sen. Ted Cruz, Sen. Rand Paul, Noam Chomsky, Alan Dershowitz, and others.

While America may have her faults, we are still the freest, most prosperous, and most generous country in the world.  It's almost impossible to quantify all of the ways the world benefits from America's existence.  But instead of arguing about what America has done, maybe it would be easier to take a different approach to the subject... Has anyone actually stopped to think about what the world would look like without America?  I won't give any spoilers here, but suffice to say, it's not a pretty sight.  

In this new documentary from Dinesh D'Souza, creator of 2016: Obama's America, we get a sobering look at a world where America never existed.   

"This film should be seen by every patriotic American." — Jon Voight

Is America a source of pride, as Americans have long held, or shame, as Progressives allege?  Beneath an innocent exterior, are our lives complicit in a national project of theft, expropriation, oppression, and murder, or is America still the hope of the world?

Run time: Approximately 103 minutes.