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Charles Krauthammer
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    (March 13, 1950-June 21, 2018)
    Born in New York, New York
    Contributing editor for 'The Weekly Standard' and 'The Washington Post'
    Contributing panelist on 'Inside Washington' and ' Special Report with Bret Baier'
    Even though he is Jewish by ethnicity, he claims to not be 'religious.'
    He helped to coin the term Reagan Doctrine for supporting anti-communist insurgencies around the globe during the Cold War.
    After the Cold War ended, he predicted that a unipolar world would emerge dominated by the United States with a power gap between the most powerful state and the second-most powerful state that would exceed any other in history.
    He opposed the Park51 Islamic community center project in Manhattan.
    He advocated legalizing torture.
    He was part of the army of conservative pundits predicting Mitt Romney would be elected despite the polls showing otherwise.
    While studying at medical school, he was paralyzed in a diving accident.
    He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his work in 'The Washington Post' (1987).
    Despite being considered a conservative, he supports legalized abortion, opposes the death penalty, criticized intelligent design, supports stem cell research, and advocated higher energy taxes to promote conservation.
    He warned George W. Bush, that invading Iraq could lead to unprecedented sectarian conflict.
    He is co-founder of Pro Musica Hebraica, a not-for-profit organization devoted to presenting Jewish classical music.
    'Financial Times' named him the most influential commentator in America (2006).

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