Biography - A Short Wiki
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David is an American conservative political and cultural commentator who is known for his writing for The New York Times. He is known for working at The Washington Times as a film critic and for The Wall Street Journal as a reporter and later op-ed editor as well as the senior editor at The Weekly Standard from its inception. David is also a contributing editor at Newsweek and The Atlantic Monthly, and a commentator on NPR and the PBS NewsHour.
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Brook became police for the City News Bureau of Chicago, which was owned by a wire service together with the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times upon his graduation. In 1984, he applied at Buckley’s National Review as an intern in mind of the previous offer he had received from him, and he was accepted.
Family and Personal Life
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Broke was married to Jane Hughes, who they had met during their school days as students at the University of Chicago. Jane converted to Judaism and changed her name to Sarah. They divorced in 2013. Brook moved on and married Anne Snyder, his former research assistant writer who is 23 years younger than him.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Anne Snyder (m. 2017), Sarah Brooks (m. 1986–2014)|
|Children/Kids||Yes 1 (Aaron Brooks)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||David Brooks|
|Age (as of today)||61 years|
|Date of Birth||August 11, 1961|
|Place of Birth||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Weight||80 kg, 176.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$20 million|
|Occupation||Cultural Commentator, Political|
Height, Weight, and Age
David Brooks weighs 80 kg. Being born on August 11, 1961, translates to an age of 61 years as of todays date (July 15, 2023).
People used to complain that selling a president was like selling a bar of soap. But when you buy soap, at least you get the soap. In this campaign you just get two guys telling you they really value cleanliness.David Brooks
People want reality that tells them how right they are all the time.David Brooks
When you cover politics, you realize that knowing how to talk about character matters more and more. The way we hold ideas is more important than the ideas.David Brooks
The rich don’t exploit the poor. They just out-compete them.David Brooks
What family you were born into matters so much more than it did before in a perverse way.David Brooks