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My Eulogy for My Father, Murray Frum
My name is David Frum.
Murray Bernard Frum, 1931-2013
My late mother was only 19 when my father asked her to marry him, young even by the standards of the 1950s.
Privacy Was Good While It Lasted
To be a politician today is to live in some ways like a citizen of North Korea.
My youngest daughter was born in December 2001: a war baby.
One hundred years ago this week, Woodrow Wilson took the oath of office, and still, after all this time, Americans cannot make up their minds about him.
Presidents’ Day honors the two greatest presidents in U.S. history: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
What We Don't Know About Love and Loneliness
Americans exactingly measure everything that pertains to their material well-being. But when it comes time to assess the things that matter most — human well-being and happiness — there we find ourselves baffled.
Why Inaugural Speeches Mostly Fail
The inaugural addresses of the presidents are, for the most part, a wasteland of howling rhetoric and dried-out inspiration.
America's Gun Problem Is Not a Race Problem
Massacres such as Newtown are horrifying and heart-rending. They are also nothing like the typical American gun murder.
Flinching from Suicide
We’ve been warned for years about a coming American debt crisis: a day when markets and creditors would force the United States to raise taxes and cut spending in one sudden painful convulsion.