Charles Krauthammer was my father. Writing that sentence in the past tense is still a shock to me, and it evokes a sadness far too deep to express in words. My father and I were very close. I feel the pain of his absence every day, as does every son who loved his father. There were a thousand secret private things between us that I alone know and that I alone will miss.
Daniel Krauthammer is an independent writer and consultant based in Washington, D.C. His writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The?Weekly Standard,?National Review and The New Republic. He is the editor of his father's book "The Point of It All."