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Jonah Goldberg

Editor, National Review Online

Major Issues Lecture Series

Topic: Conservatism After 9/11

Tuesday, October 15, 2002

Jonah Goldberg is the editor of the award-winning web magazine National Review Online and a contributing editor to the flagship conservative journal, National Review. His irreverent web column, “the Goldberg File”, has earned him wide praise as his generation’s successor to PJ O’Rourke. His nationally syndicated column regularly appears in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Arizona Republic, The Orlando Sentinel, The Washington Times, The Manchester Union Leader and other newspapers. He is the media critic for the American Enterprise magazine and a former columnist and contributing editor for Brill’s Content.

Jonah Goldberg

Goldberg is also a CNN contributor and regular panelist on Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer. He is an occasional guest-host on Crossfire and has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including Nightline, Good Morning America, the Today Show, Hardball with Chris Matthews, NPR’s All Things Considered, Larry King Live, Politically Incorrect and the NBC Nightly News.

Since Mr. Goldberg became editor of National Review Online, it rapidly become one of the dominant players in web journalism, earning high praise from the Columbia Journalism Review, Vanity Fair, the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Christian Science Monitor. The New York Press concluded that National Review Online is “by far the best political online operation going today.”

Goldberg is an exciting, engaging, energetic and, most of all, irreverent speaker, as likely to quote Homer Simpson or Homer. A close student of the culture, Mr. Goldberg is comfortable talking inside-the-beltway politics or the latest development in Hollywood.

Jonah Goldberg is a former television producer who has credits in a wide range of productions. He was the Senior Producer of Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg, the award-winning public affairs program and he has written and produced two PBS documentaries. Prior to his work in television Goldberg was a researcher at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC. His writing has appeared in the New Yorker, Worth, The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, The Public Interest, The Wilson Quarterly, The Weekly Standard, The New York Post, Reason, The Women’s Quarterly, The New Criterion, Food and Wine, The Street.com and Slate.

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