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A Tough Lady

Editor’s Note: The following post is sponsored by our partner, Hillary’s America.

No, not Hillary. Well, she is tough, in a Capone-ish way — the point of Dinesh D’Souza’snew book, Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party, is that the Clinton/Rodham party is little more than a criminal racket.

The “tough lady” I refer to is someone else, Vanderbilt University professor Carol Swain, who plays a big role in Hillary’s America, the movie. I’ve got to admit, embarrassed until I saw the film this past weekend at its red-carpet premier in Cleveland, where I met her, I didn’t know of the professor. It takes a boatload of moxie to be a black scholar who takes on the racist roots of the Democrat party, as she does with great poise and authority. Her straight-talk indictment of the party’s historic influences (the KKK), its role in fighting against civil-rights legislation, its thrill to white supremacy, and so much more is a highlight, and focal point, of the film. No wonder she is despised by the Left.

Watch the trailer, and catch some glimpses of this special lady.

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