Columnist Kathleen Parker hailed President Obama's Nobel Peace Prize speech as "a triumphant expression of American values and character." Columnist David Brooks agreed. "He talked about the need to balance the moral obligation to champion freedom while not getting swept up in self-destructive fervor," Brooks wrote, calling Obama's speech "the most profound of his presidency, and maybe his life."
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