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Born in India on April 25th 1961 Dinesh DSouza is a well-known conservative political commentator author and former college president DSouza is a prominent voice in American politics and has been affiliated with a number of conservative organizations and publications including the American Enterprise Institute Heritage Foundation and Policy Review One very interesting event happened 1955 when DSouza was the editorship for Dartmouth Review he jokingly titled an article he wrote under Dis Sho Aint No Jive Bro in effort to ridicule the slang dialect of African Americans In the article he continued using the slang language which resulted in a racist attack on DSouzas part Consequently DSouza was fired from Dartmouth Review This event proves that indeed he is a prejudiced man and he has history with being racist On February 23rd 2006 DSouza published one of his many well-known articles Whats Great About America In this article he preaches about how great America is and how it is the most superior country America according to DSouza is a country of fortune opportunity and equality for everybody Coming from a migrant background DSouza claims that he has experienced both a third world country India and a first world country America therefore his opinion that America is the best is accurate He says that the American Dream is possible for everybody in America as if the dream is waiting at the tip of everybodys finger for him or her to catch it DSouza is very confident in claiming that America is the only country that has greater social equality equal opportunity and upward mobility than any other country Realistically America is a country that subconsciously or even consciously encompasses racism and inequality With the use of fallacies such as red herring straw man hasty generalization and non sequitur he makes his audience even blinder to his deceiving arguments This eventually becomes a tragedy because people are foolish enough to believe his idiotic opinions which
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