Mr. Friedman, I’m not sure I like this woman. Could you recommend a good well-armed external midwife? -Rania, Homs
Mr. Friedman, I am tired of being complicit in the destruction of the planet. Can the U.S. military green my office building? -Lila, Little Rock
Mr Friedman, now that I get all my up-to-date, in-depth, incisive analysis on Mitt Romney’s golden touch with working-class immigrant minorities from National Review editor-at-large Kathryn Jean Lopez’s Nigerian cab driver, tell me again why the hell I should keep reading your stuff? - Mona, Amarillo
Mr. Friedman, could you recommend some rightward shifts to break up the monotony of this line dance? -Gail, Biloxi
Mr. Friedman, after urging the rest of the world to become like America, you decided that there were too many people “in American-sized homes, driving American-sized cars, eating American-sized Big Macs”—and that “the good lord didn’t design our little planet for this many Americans.” In an effort to ensure a more efficient use of space, could my family and I move into the closet in the hallway...
Mr. Friedman, I am waiting for you in the halls of Montezuma. Do you have an ETA? -Conchita, Mexico City
Mr. Friedman, I’ve been frustrated lately that some columnists have resorted to treating Arabs as anything other than bit-players in the great saga of triumphalist Western culture and the necessity and nobility of Zionism. To tell you the truth, I’m anxious because I feel like I’m seeing my “neighborhood imploding.” I have just one simple question for you:...
Mr. Friedman, how long will it take for the whole world to celebrate the Fourth of July as its own Independence Day? - Meghan, Little Rock