I'm a big fan of the Dinesh D'Souza films.
They can be a little cheesy in presentation but the content is superb and well-researched. Before Obama was re-elected, D'Souza released the film 2016: Obama's America. That film went on to become the second highest grossing documentary in history at $33.4 million.
His next film, Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party, was the first time a lot of left-leaning Americans were faced with the uncomfortable truth that racism and inequality are endemic facets of liberal ideology.
D'Souza has announced on Twitter that he has yet another film coming down the pike, strategically due out a few months before midterms with a release date of August 3. The film, titled Death of a Nation, will present comparisons between President Donald Trump and former President Abraham Lincoln:
I'm kicking myself for being such a cheerleader for Kim Kardashian, but she keeps taking up causes I really believe in.
A few weeks ago it was Alice Johnson's commutation and now, something so very important:
The Twitter "edit" option.
How many tweets have you had to delete and repost after it's already gotten 100 likes?
California is like a bad relationship. Across the state, we have different morals, we like different things, we believe different things.
The latest initiative to divide up California is backed by Silicon Valley, specifically venture capitalist Tim Draper.
Personally, I wouldn't mind splitting California if we could divide it up so that I can go to new California with non-lefties and salt-of-the-earth Americans, which there actually are in California.
But that's not how they're dividing it. It would basically give the liberals of this state even more legislative power because each of the three "new Californias" would encompass a populous metropolitan city, ensuring that each new state remained blue and adding four more liberal senators.
The proposal will go to a state-wide vote this November as it garnered the 365,000 votes required to appear on the general ballot. But bottom line: it won't happen.