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David Brooks
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    (August 11, 1961- )
    Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Columns appeared in 'The Washington Times,' 'The New York Times,' 'The Weekly Standard,' 'Newsweek' and 'The Wall Street Journal'
    Authored the books 'Bobos In Paradise' and 'On Paradise Drive'
    Frequent guest on 'Meet The Press' and 'The Chris Matthews Show'
    His columns have a conservative bias.
    He used to be liberal, and even mocked conservative icon William F. Buckley, Jr.
    He wrote that American forces would be greeted as liberators in Iraq.
    He argued that women are happier at home than they are pursuing careers.
    His books have been criticized for including inaccurate facts.
    He graduated University of Chicago.
    He was a Professor at Duke University's school of public policy.
    He is known for his brilliant satire and use of sharp wit.
    He is the rare conservative who openly supports gay marriage.
    He has, on occasion, been critical of the polarizing ideology expressed on right-wing talk radio.

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