Theater 3: “Where We’re Headed”

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Continued from Theater 2: “Where We Are” (last updated 2011)

This theater gives grim testimony to the destruction towards which America is headed, if we don’t wake up – and rebuild our nation on a foundation of reason, liberty, individual rights, economic frugality, and limited constitutional government.

Economics

“IOUSA” (90 minutes) >

Culture

“The Third Jihad: Radical Islam’s Vision For America” (61 minutes) >

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Economics


“I.O.U.S.A.”

From Wikipedia:

I.O.U.S.A. is a 2008 American documentary film directed by Patrick Creadon. The film focuses on the shape and impact of the United States national debt. The film features Robert Bixby, director of the Concord Coalition, and David Walker, the former U.S. Comptroller-General, as they travel around the United States on a tour to let communities know of the potential dangers of the national debt. The tour was carried out through the Concord Coalition, and was known as the “Fiscal Wake-Up Tour.” The film competed in the Documentary Competition at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. It began its nationwide showing at the Holland Performing Arts Center in Omaha, Nebraska on 21 August 2008, with a live discussion among Warren Buffett, Pete Peterson, David Walker, William Niskanen, and Bill Novelli following the screening. The film was broadcast on CNN on January 10, 2009.

 


Culture


“The Third Jihad: Radical Islam’s Vision For America”

From Wikipedia:

The Third Jihad: Radical Islam’s Vision For America is a 2008 documentary film about the threat of radical Islam in the United States. The film, narrated by Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser, a Muslim American, centers around a Muslim Brotherhood document accepted as evidence in the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development terror financing trial. The filmmakers contend, based on that document, that radical Islamists are engaging in a “multifaceted strategy to overcome the western world,” waging a “cultural jihad” to “infiltrate and undermine our society from within”.  The film was directed by Wayne Kopping of South Africa and Erik Werth, and produced by Erik Werth and Raphael Shore, a Canadian-Israeli, with financing from the Clarion Fund.

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