Rod Dreher

Dreher in 2018 Raymond Oliver Dreher Jr..}} (born February 14, 1967), known as Rod Dreher, is an American expatriate writer and editor living in Hungary. He was a columnist with ''The American Conservative'' for 12 years, ending in March 2023, and remains an editor-at-large there. He is also author of several books, including ''How Dante Can Save Your Life'', ''The Benedict Option'', and ''Live Not by Lies''. He has written about religion, politics, film, and culture in ''National Review'' and ''National Review Online'', ''The Weekly Standard'', ''The Wall Street Journal'', and other publications.

He was a film reviewer for the ''South Florida Sun-Sentinel'' and chief film critic for the ''New York Post''. His commentaries have been broadcast on National Public Radio's ''All Things Considered'', and he has appeared on CNN, Fox News, MSNBC, Court TV, and other television networks. Provided by Wikipedia

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