David Brooks was born in the year 1961 in Toronto, later he was bought up in New York. David Brooks graduated from the Radnor High School in the year 1979. In 1983, Brooks graduated with a degree in History from the University of Chicago in. He is a very famous American culture as well as a political commentator. Brooks had worked as an editorial writer and also a film reviewer for the Washington times for a long time.
David Brooks continues to write a lot of articles and makes many television appearances as a commentator on a many different trends in pop culture like internet dating. David Brooks is the author of the book "Bobos in Paradise: The New Upper Class & How they got there". Brooks was a reporter and was later an op-ed editor for the Wall Street Journal; he was a senior editor at the Weekly Standard right from the time of its inception in 1995. He was a contributing editor at the Atlantic Monthly and at the Newsweek. Brooks is also a commentator on the NPR. At present David Brooks is a well known columnist for New York Times as well as a commentator on the PBS News Hour.
The latest book by David Brooks is called On Paradise Drive: How we live now (And always have) in the Future Tense. He was a visiting public policy professor at the Duke's University's Terry Stanford Institute of Public Policy, and he also took up an undergraduate seminar in the institute in the fall of 2006. David Brooks is married and has three children. They live in Bethesda, Maryland.
David Brooks always describes himself as an original liberal before "coming to my senses". Brooks wrote a book in 1983. It was of conservative viewer William F. Buckley, Jr. Mr. Buckley was so impressed with the parody that he offered a job to Brooks with National Review. At this turning point, this only came later in that year in a televised debate with the famous Milton Friedman. It was on August 3, when Brooks wrote a column for New York Times, which was entitled Party no 3. This column by Brooks planned the idea of McCain Lieberman Party, or the moderate representation of the Majority in America should have a fictional representation.
In March 2007 Brooks published an article which was titled "No U Turns" in the New York Times which got rave reviews and criticisms too. In an interview with the New Republic in brook had mentioned about a meeting with the now president Obama. During that time Brooks published an article in New York Times for Obama the then Senator and urged him to run for the post of the President. The article was titled "Run Barack Run".