Apoplectic critics can’t answer Dinesh D’Souza’s ideas

By Kalman J. Kaplan:

In a recent review in the Chicago Tribune for example, movie critic Michael Phillips concludes his review of Death of a Nation by calling it “beneath contempt.” I would think Mr. Phillips exposes his hatred and bias, which should have led him to recuse himself in reviewing this movie. But he did not, and by not doing so, gives us a portal into the mind and soul of a bigot, himself.

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