A very famous news anchor and journalist, David Brinkley was one of the most celebrated news personalities in America. Brinkley started his career in the year 1952 through the news program ‘The Camel News Caravan’, which was aired on NBC. After a couple of years he was asked to cover the Democratic and Republic, political conventions along with Chet Huntley. At first, many dispproved of this, but the duo proved them wrong and outperformed. Their brilliant partnership and performance earned them NBC’s newscast program, ‘Huntley-Brinkley Report’ wherein, Brinkley was responsible for covering news in Washington and Huntley covered the news in New York City. This program alone brought him popularity for his style of news writing and as a news presenter. During that time this show was considderd as one of the best news telecast in America. Apart from news presenter, Brinkley also anchored a prime time news magazine, ‘David Brinkley’s Journal in NBC which was also very popular. After his retirement in 1976, he stepped down from anchoring and program commenter of Huntley-Brinkley Report which was renamed as NBC’s Nighty News. David later left NBC and joined the network ABC where he again anchored some successful shows like ‘The Week with David Brinkley’. Brinkley’s thoughts on government, society and mostly on all other social issues would make you think about these matters in a different perspective. To make it simple, we have gathered a few of his thoughts and quotes below.