David Frum

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David Frum (born 1960 in Canada) is an author, journalist, American Enterprise Institute scholar and former speech-writer for President George W. Bush and was credited with coining the phrase "axis of evil" to describe governments that sponsoring terrorism and seeking weapons of mass destruction such as Iraq, Iran, and North Korea. David Frum's editorials often appear in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and the Daily Telegraph.

Frum is a faux-conservative. He claims to adhere to conservative principles, but supports the immoral practice of homosexual marriage and believes homosexual marriage is not a threat to family stability.[1] He also believes in the discredited, pseudoscientific theory of global warming.[2]

Books

The Right Man: The Surprise Presidency of George W. Bush (2003)
How We got Here: The 70s - The Decade that Brought You Modern Life - For Better or Worse (2000)
Dead Right (1994)
An End To Evil: What's Next In The War On Terror (2004)

Further Readings

David Frum's personal site


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