In Build Small, Live Anywhere, real estate and design experts Todd and Gena Davis help families find a home in their dream locale - if they're willing to live with less square footage. In each episode, the Davis' travel to beautiful beachside towns to help homebuyers on a budget find, buy and renovate small bungalow-style homes.
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Build Small, Live Anywhere - Charles Krauthammer - Netflix
Irving Charles Krauthammer (; March 13, 1950 – June 21, 2018) was an American political columnist whose weekly column was syndicated to more than 400 publications worldwide. A well-respected conservative political pundit, in 1987 Krauthammer won the Pulitzer Prize for his column in The Washington Post. While in his first year studying medicine at Harvard Medical School, Krauthammer became permanently paralyzed from the waist down after a diving board accident that severed his spinal cord at C5. After spending 14 months recovering in a hospital, he returned to medical school, graduating to become a psychiatrist involved in the creation of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders III in 1980. He joined the Carter administration in 1978 as a director of psychiatric research, eventually becoming the speechwriter to Vice President Walter Mondale in 1980. In the late-1970s and early-1980s, Krauthammer embarked on a career as a columnist and political commentator. In 1985, he began writing a weekly editorial for The Washington Post, which earned him the 1987 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary for his “witty and insightful columns on national issues.” He was a weekly panelist on the PBS news program Inside Washington from 1990 until it ceased production in December 2013. Krauthammer had been a contributing editor to The Weekly Standard, a Fox News Channel contributor, and a nightly panelist on Fox News Channel's Special Report with Bret Baier. Krauthammer received acclaim for his writing on foreign policy, among other matters. He was a leading neoconservative voice and proponent of US military and political engagement on the global stage, coining the term “Reagan Doctrine” and advocating for the Gulf War, Iraq War, and enhanced interrogation techniques of suspected Islamic terrorists. In August 2017, due to his battle with cancer, Krauthammer stopped writing his column and serving as a Fox News contributor. Krauthammer died on June 21, 2018.
Build Small, Live Anywhere - Ideology - Netflix
Meg Greenfield, editorial page editor for The Washington Post who edited Krauthammer's columns for 15 years, called his weekly column “independent and hard to peg politically. It's a very tough column. There's no 'trendy' in it. You never know what is going to happen next.” Hendrik Hertzberg, also a former colleague of Krauthammer while they worked at The New Republic in the 1980s, said that when the two first met in 1978, Krauthammer was “70 percent Mondale liberal, 30 percent 'Scoop Jackson Democrat,' that is, hard-line on Israel and relations with the Soviet Union”; in the mid-1980s, he was still “50–50: fairly liberal on economic and social questions but a full-bore foreign-policy neoconservative.” Hertzberg in 2009 called Krauthammer a “pretty solid 90–10 Republican.” Krauthammer has been described by some as a conservative.
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