The Roots of Obama's Rage
Dinesh D’Souza argues that President Obama’s political ideologies are born from a sense of anti-colonialism that, according to the author, was inherited from the president’s African father. Mr. D’Souza contends that the president’s economic and foreign policy plans would weaken the United States and curtail the country’s super power status. Dinesh D’Souza presented his book at the National Conference on Christan Apologetics held at Northside Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. close
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