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'''Dinesh D'Souza''' (b. 1961) is a [[conservative]] scholar, author, blogger and [[commentator]].  In college, he was a prominent writer with the [[conservative]] ''The Dartmouth Review'', and he continues to speak and debate at college campuses.  He is currently a fellow at the [[Hoover Institute]] at [[Stanford University]].
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'''Dinesh D'Souza''' (b. 1961) is a [[conservative]] scholar, author, blogger and [[commentator]].  In college, he was a prominent writer with the [[conservative]] ''The [[Dartmouth]] Review'', and he continues to speak and debate at college campuses.  He is currently a fellow at the [[Hoover Institute]] at [[Stanford University]].
  
 
A [[Christian]] [[immigrant]] from [[India]] who wrote a book entitled "What's So Great About Christianity," D'Souza wrote a piece entitled "Thank God for America" on his blog on November 21, 2007.<ref>http://news.aol.com/newsbloggers/bloggers/dinesh-dsouza</ref> Today he is mostly involved with exposing the contradictions and hypocrisy of [[atheists]], and the censorship of [[Christian]] leadership in the modern world.
 
A [[Christian]] [[immigrant]] from [[India]] who wrote a book entitled "What's So Great About Christianity," D'Souza wrote a piece entitled "Thank God for America" on his blog on November 21, 2007.<ref>http://news.aol.com/newsbloggers/bloggers/dinesh-dsouza</ref> Today he is mostly involved with exposing the contradictions and hypocrisy of [[atheists]], and the censorship of [[Christian]] leadership in the modern world.

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Dinesh D'Souza (b. 1961) is a conservative scholar, author, blogger and commentator. In college, he was a prominent writer with the conservative The Dartmouth Review, and he continues to speak and debate at college campuses. He is currently a fellow at the Hoover Institute at Stanford University.

A Christian immigrant from India who wrote a book entitled "What's So Great About Christianity," D'Souza wrote a piece entitled "Thank God for America" on his blog on November 21, 2007.[1] Today he is mostly involved with exposing the contradictions and hypocrisy of atheists, and the censorship of Christian leadership in the modern world.

References

  1. http://news.aol.com/newsbloggers/bloggers/dinesh-dsouza