SINISTURBIA: The Hillary Doll (A Short Movie by Machosauce)

Sinisturbia is a satirical, semi-suspense anthology in the vein of the Twilight Zone and Tales From the Darkside. It uses absurdity to illustrate the absurdity and ironies of the left wing world view. This episode is based on The “Living Doll” episode of the Twilight Zone featuring “Talking Tina”. In this Episode a young girl comes home from school with a Hillary Clinton doll that is designed to shape the little girl’s mind to the liberal narrative, as well as her classmates. The couple has to stand together against the leftist ideals that are a big part of what’s breaking the family and culture apart.

Abraham Lincoln a Democrat? (Old Story)

The Daily Caller notes the response from the university:

As The Daily Caller previously reported, a Northeastern Illinois University building contains a plaque dedicated to Abraham Lincoln that erroneously identifies the first Republican president as a Democrat.

NEIU’s response? No mistake was made, because Lincoln is actually a “democrat,” in the sense that he supported democracy.

“According to building archives, the word democrat was used because Lincoln was an advocate for democracy—the political or social equality of all people,” an NEIU spokesperson told The Daily Caller in a statement. “The word was not chosen to reflect a political affiliation.”

White Guilt (Machosauce and Dr. Steele)

What is the White Privilege Conference? It’s just another avenue for Democrats to cash in using black people. Democrats cashed in on blacks as slaves, now they use the black struggle to gain sympathy for other causes … socialist and communistic goals.

The Independent Institute, Oakland, CA — with Shelby Steele, Author of “White Guilt: How Blacks and Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era” — Moderated by David J. Theroux, President and Founder of The Independent Institute

Did We Eviscerate the Native Americans? (Whittle, D’Souza, MachoSauce)

In this PJTV series, we look at whether America is a country of hostility or prosperity. The first episode covers the treatment of Native American’s. Should we be ashamed of the way our ancestors treated them?

(ZoNation) Dinsesh D’souza, Bill Whittle, AlfonZo Rachel, and Yaron Brook explore the American experience concerning the Native American. Hear more in this episode of Setting the Record Straight!