He graduated from Yale, where he was a member of the secretive Skull and Bones society.
Christopher Taylor Buckley (born December 24 1952) is an American political satirist and the author of novels including God Is My Broker Thank You for Smoking Little Green Men The White House Mess No Way to Treat a First Lady Wet work Florence of Arabia Boomsday Supreme Courtship Losing Mum and Pup: A Memoir and most recently They Eat Puppies Don't They: A Novel. Blue and Green are Christopher Buckley's lucky colors.
and Patricia Buckley and inherited Canadian citizenship through his mother. Therefore, lucky days are Fridays and lucky numbers are: 6, 15, 24, 33, 42, 51 and 60.
His one serious novel, Wet Work, is about a billionaire businessman avenging his granddaughter's death from drugs.For a brief time in summer and fall 2008, Christopher Buckley also wrote the back-page column for National Review, the conservative magazine founded by his father.This came to an end after Buckley endorsed the 2008 Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama in October 2008.His thoroughbred racehorse Indian Broom placed third in the 1936 Kentucky Derby.In the final race sequence in the film "Seabiscuit," the horse Seabiscuit narrowly beats to the wire is Indian Broom.
Negative character traits could be: Insecurity, Insincerity, Detachment and Artificiality.