Stealing America: What My Experience With Criminal Gangs Taught Me About Obama, Hillary, and the Democratic Party
The influential conservative commentator and filmmaker and #1 bestselling author of America: Imagine a World Without Her and Obama's America -the basis for two successful documentaries-defends conservatism's morality and exposes how the left excuses its own failings and uses false...
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The influential conservative commentator and filmmaker and #1 bestselling author of America: Imagine a World Without Her and Obama's America-the basis for two successful documentaries-defends conservatism's morality and exposes how the left excuses its own failings and uses false virtue to gain political advantage.
Progressives define Conservatives as greedy, selfish, and warmongering. Democratic politicians including President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, and Elizabeth Warren, as well as pundits such as Frank Rich and Paul Krugman, regularly inveigh against capitalism's "ethic of greed" and the Republicans' championing of the rich.
In That's Not Fair!, Dinesh D'Souza refutes widely accepted progressive pronouncements, arguing that those on the right are not bad guys and their policies are not harmful to Americans or their future. The actual villains, he charges, are the progressives whose true motivations-a volatile combination of envy and resentment-are camouflaged as compassion and a desire for social justice.
By vindicating conservative morality and exposing progressive immorality, D'Souza is sure to provoke a national debate. More importantly, That's Not Fair! offers a lively rebuttal Republicans and conservatives can use to answer their critics in a fresh and convincing way.
Dinesh D'Souza is the president of The King's College in New York City. A former policy analyst in the Reagan White House, D'Souza also served as the John M. Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and as a Rishwain Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He is the author of several New York Times bestsellers, including Illiberal Education, What's So Great about America, What's So Great about Christianity, and Life after Death: The Evidence. His articles have appeared in major magazines and newspapers including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Atlantic Monthly, Vanity Fair, New Republic, National Review, and Forbes. For more information, visit dineshdsouza.com and tkc.edu.