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Jonah Jacob Goldberg

Jonah Jacob Goldberg, American political columnist. Trustee Goucher College, 1992—1995.


  • Goldberg, Jonah Jacob was born on March 21, 1969 in New York City. Son of Sidney and Lucianne (Steinberger) Goldberg.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Goucher College, Baltimore, 1991.


    • Intern Scripps Howard News Service, United Press International. Vice president Lucianne Goldberg Literature Agency, New York City, since 1991. Teacher Prague, Czech Republic, 1991-1992.

      Researcher American Enterprise Institute, Washington, 1993-1994. Producer New River Media, 1994. Contributing editor National Review, 1998.

      Editor, then editor-at-large National Review Online, since 1998.


    • Producer: Think Tank with Wattenberg, 1994. Editor, producer (documentaries) Gargoyles: Guardians of the Gate, 1995, Notre Dame: Witness to History, 1996. Author: Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, from Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning, 2008 (#1 New York Times bestseller).

      Television appearances include Good Morning America, Nightline, Hardball with Chris Matthews, Real Time with Bill Maher, Larry King Live, Your World with Neil Cavuto, Glenn Beck Program, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, regular contributor The New Yorker, Wall St. Journal, Commentary, The Public Interest, Wilson Quarterly, Weekly Standard, New York Post, Women’s Quarterly, Slate, Los Angeles Times, bloggingheads.tv.


    Party affiliation: Conservative Party


    Denomination: Judaism


    Trustee Goucher College, 1992—1995.



    Reading, international intrigue.


    • Married Jessica Gavora.
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    Born March 21, 1969
    (age 48)
    • 1991
      Goucher College
    • 1991 - 1992
      teacher, Prague
      Czech Republic
    • 1991
      vice president, Lucianne Goldberg Literature Agency
    • 1993 - 1994
      researcher, American Enterprise Institute
      Washington, United States
    • 1994
      producer New River Media
    • 1998
      contributing editor National Review
    • 1998
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