in the vicinityVideoThe lessons Charles Krauthammer left behind
Daniel Krauthammer opens up about his father’s last book, ‘The meaning of it All.’
On the anniversary of his legendary father’s death, Daniel Krauthammer, acknowledged left the legacy of his father behind.
Daniel is the son of Charles Krauthammer, the longtime Fox News contributor, Pulitzer prize winner, Harvard-trained psychiatrist and best-selling author who was known as the Dean of conservative commentators. Charles died on 21. June of last year at the age of 68 years.
On Friday morning, Daniel a touching tribute to his late father.
“My father died a year ago today. I miss him with a depth and intensity unlike anything I have ever known. I love him for all the time,” he wrote.
IN MEMORIAM: CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER, A CONSERVATIVE COMMENTATOR AND PULITZER PRIZE-WINNER, DEAD AT 68
In the years before his death, Charles Krauthammer, special report with Bret Baier was best known for his nightly gig as a Panelist on Fox News’ “” and as a commentator on various Fox news shows.
After the news of the death of his “good friend” Baier posted on Twitter, “I’m sure you will be the owner of the panel discussion, in the sky, too. And we will make sure that your wise words and thoughts – living your legacy here.”
Krauthammer was a man of the Renaissance, the writing achievement of the championship in such disparate fields such as psychiatry, speech, print journalism and TV. He won the Edwin Dunlop award for excellence in psychiatric research and clinical medicine.
Journalism awards including the Pulitzer prize for Commentary for his Washington Post columns, in 1987, and the National Magazine Award for his work at The New Republic in 1984. His book, “things that matter: Three decades of passions, pastimes and politics”, became an instant New York Times bestseller, remaining in the number one slot for 10 weeks, and on the coveted list for almost 40.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: IN HIS WORDS
Krauthammer delivered his views in a mild-mannered, stable, and almost philosophical style, befitting his experience in psychiatry and detailed analysis of human behavior. Based on the background, Krauthammer said, in the year 1990, after the fall of the Berlin wall, that the post-Cold-war world, had the power of bipolar to “unipolar”, with the the United States as the sole superpower. He also coined the term “Reagan doctrine”, among others.
However, despite his incredible success, Krauthammer politely, the awards played down.
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“I don’t know if I have influence,” he was quoted saying, in Michellbard.com. “I know there are people who read me, and people who make decisions, to read what I write and you can be affected…my role is to challenge you, but people don’t come to me on the street and say, ‘I used to be a liberal, until I read it.'”
“My goal is to write something parents will clip and send their children to school.”