David Frum Interview

Mike interviews political journalist, policy expert, and former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum.

Mr. Frum has had a long and distinguished career in political journalism and policy analysis. Organizations he’s worked with include The Wall Street Journal, The Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, The Weekly Standard, and National Public Radio. He served as a speechwriter for President George W. Bush from 2001 – 2002, and is currently a senior editor at The Atlantic and chairman of the UK think-tank Policy Exchange. He’s also the author of eight books, most recently the political novel Patriots.

2 thoughts on “David Frum Interview”

  1. What is it,that has been “taken away culturally”from them(white people),what in the world are you talking about????
    David Frum, an apologist for rising white nationalism in US…
    I am white btw ..and I find this,what mr. Frum said, just disturbing

  2. I have to disagree with Mr. Drum about cannabis policy. Many studies seem to indicate it’s not very dangerous at all. The portion of population who are potentially in danger are those predisposed to schizophrenia and other serious mental illness.

    There is nothing to suggest their is a lodest increase in the likelihood of developing mental illness from cannabis consumption. The fact is cannabis isn’t very well understood. Studies seem to indicate cannabis is less damaging than alcohol for adults, I would agree that it shouldn’t be ingested by teens and children. The only way we will know more about cannabis is through research and more sensible public policy.

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