In this final installment of Bill Whittle's interview author Dinesh D'Souza discusses how big lies sell more easily than little ones, and why they are so effective.
AFTER HOURS. The lights are low and the guard is down. Host Bill Whittle talks backstage with interesting people from varied backgrounds, trying to triangulate the Conservative core ideology.
Bill Welcomes his friend and former co-worker ALFONZO RACHEL for two in-depth segments of AFTER HOURS. In Part One, Bill and Zo discuss the suppression of conservative-themes videos on YouTube and Facebook; a form of invisible censorship that utterly sabotages their claims of "fairness" and "free speech."
In the last of his four-part interview, host Bill Whittle and guest Wayne Allyn Root discuss Wayne's time in Columbia Law School, where he was a classmate of Barack Obama... whom no one can seem to remember.