Welcome to American Mosaic from VOA Learning English!I'm June Simms.On the show today, we play music supportive of the gay rights movement.We also talk about a new tax that is worrying some people in the American blue jeans industry.But first, we look at the "explosive" new movie, "White House Down."In 1996, film director Roland Emmerich destroyed the White House -- on camera.That was for his movie "Independence Day," in which space aliens invaded Washington DC.Emmerich is blowing up Washington again in his new movie, "White House Down." But this time the bad guys are terrorists. Mario Ritter has more.White House Down is an action movie, but it also has an emotional side.Between the explosions and other special effects, the film deals with the relationship between the hero and his daughter.The hero is John Cale, a soldier who served in Afghanistan. He goes to the White House for a job interview for the Secret Service.