Dinesh D'Souza has been called one of the "top young public-policy makers in the country" by Investor’s Business Daily. The New York Times Magazine named Dinesh D'Souza one of America's most influential conservative thinkers. The World Affairs Council lists Dinesh D'Souza as one of the nation's 500 leading authorities on international issues. Newsweek cited Dinesh D'Souza as one of the country's most prominent Asian Americans.
Before joining the Hoover Institution, Dinesh D'Souza was the John M. Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. In 1987-88 Dinesh D'Souza served as senior policy analyst at the Reagan White House. From 1985 to 1987 Dinesh D'Souza was managing editor of Policy Review. Dinesh D'Souza graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College in 1983.
Perhaps atheism has found an able advocate. But unbelievers may want to think twice before lining up behind Peter Singer.
Throughout his campaign Barack Obama has mocked his critics, noting that they just don't get what a novel figure and consistent unifier he has been for his whole life.
I have just started reading Dalia Mogahed and John Esposito's Who Speaks for Islam: What a Billion Muslims Really Think
In Ben Stein's new film "Expelled," there is a great scene where Richard Dawkins is going on about how evolution explains everything.
The problem with evolution is not that it is unscientific but that it is routinely taught in textbooks and in the classroom in an atheist way.
As a Christian, I believe that the universe and its living creatures are the products of intelligent design. This belief is not merely derived from theology but is also supported by rational considerations.
#1 Obama's connection with the Reverend Jeremiah Wright makes him unelectable in the general election
Ironic, isn't it? Some conservatives have been calling for an inquiry into Barack Hussein Obama's Muslim connection when the real problem turns out to be Obama's Christian mentor, the Reverend Jeremiah Wright.
The columnist Michael Kinsley once defined a "gaffe" as an occasion when a politician accidentally tells the truth.
On Hannity & Colmes recently, conservative pundit Oliver North sought to portray Barack Obama as an "empty suit," at which point Democratic political strategist Bob Beckel erupted, "That's what they said about Ronald Reagan."
There was a playful, outrageous side to Buckley’s personality that should not be forgotten.
Imagine reading an article that began like this: "The New York Times has been rocked by reports that its coverage of the 2008 election has been sorely compromised by an alleged homosexual relationship between executive editor Bill Keller and liberal columnist Paul Krugman.
Atheists can break out the champagne: there really are some wacky religious people out there. One of them seems to be Rowan Williams, the archbishop of Canterbury,.
Pope Benedict has a favorite rabbi, none other than the distinguished Jewish scholar Jacob Neusner. At first glance this is a puzzle.
Remember when John McCain was proclaimed politically dead?
Two leftist organizations have released a study that claims that the Bush administration lied about Iraq. Somehow I think we've heard that one before.
When Dawkins tackles history, philosophy and theology, he usually makes a fool of himself.
Isn't it remarkable that atheists, who did virtually nothing to oppose slavery, condemn Christians, who are the ones who abolished it?
Asked by a British member of Parliament if he is one of those atheists who wants to get rid of Christian symbols especially during the Christmas season, atheist Richard Dawkins replied that he is not.
Commenting on Benazir Bhutto’s assassination, I recently commented that there are three groups that oppose democracy in the Muslim world.
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