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Stansberry Radio Guest Dinesh DSouza Engages in Spirited Debate About His "2016: Obamas America" Documentary(September 13, 2012)
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) September 13, 2012
Dinesh DSouza engaged in a sometimes heated debate with host Porter Stansberry on the latest Stansberry Radio segment today.
The President of The Kings College, policy advisor to former President Ronald Reagan, and creator of the hit documentary 2016: Obamas America defended specific elements of his film that critics say are inaccurate.
If you see the film, and you are a rational person with average intelligence: if you dont think it is funny, then theres something wrong with you, Stansberry said just before he interviewed DSouza. I can guarantee you, DSouza will not have another interview like ours.
DSouza discussed President Obamas anti-capitalist influences and the threat of nuclear war. His movie is now the second highest grossing political documentary of all time.
Lets go to your last point in the film that made me horse laugh, Stansberry said. You said that if we stop supporting Israel, then were going to suffer The United States of Islam. How could you even say that with a straight face?
DSouza countered: You are speaking like a true ignoramus. Dont be ridiculous. You rely on laughter, but you dont know anything. I know a lot more about history than you do.
Hear the interview excerpt on YouTube: http://youtu.be/esL0c7dX08g. Hear the full Stansberry Radio segment at http://www.stansberryradio.com/Porter-Stansberry/Latest-Episodes/Episode/98/2016-Obama-s-America. Download on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/stansberry-radio-edgy-source/id481026239.
Dinesh DSouza was the latest prominent guest on Stansberry Radio, which is becoming a required stop for financial experts, economists, and politicians. The show recently hosted the Libertarian candidate for President and former Governor of New Mexico, Gary Johnson. Other guests have included MSNBC host Chris Hayes, former U.S. Senator Byron Dorgan, publisher Steve Forbes, and renowned investors Jim Rogers and Marc Faber.
Stansberry engages guests to speak freely about topics that are otherwise glossed over or suppressed by mainstream media. Too Loud For Radio is his slogan and mission.
Stansberry Radio Network segments can be accessed at http://www.stansberryradio.com.
Stansberry Radio with Porter Stansberry is a top 10 investing podcast on iTunes, having more than 80,000 downloads and listens per month. New episodes release every Thursday afternoon.
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Porter Stansberry founded Stansberry & Associates Investment Research, a private publishing company based in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1999. He is the author of the monthly newsletter, Stansberry's Investment Advisory, and co-host of the weekly show (every Thursday) with Aaron Brabham on Stansberry Radio.
Porter oversees a staff of investment analysts whose expertise ranges from value investing to insider trading to short selling. The analysts, researchers, writers and editors produce a portfolio of 16 diversified financial newsletters, and feed content to web distribution properties.
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/stansberryradio/dsouza/prweb9901939.htm.
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