To the editor: Jonah Goldberg writes that President Obama deceived the public on immigration because he really wanted to pander to Latinos and enrage Republicans. Goldberg writes, "King Obama's edict is a mess, which may explain why Latinos are underwhelmed by it." ("Obama's immigration goal:...
Jonah Goldberg is unhappy with President Obama's immigration order, but he's not steaming mad about it. And I think this allows him to see some things a little more clearly than his fellow conservatives: Maybe President Obama is just...Show More Summary
To the editor: It's a first for me to agree with Jonah Goldberg: Rosetta project scientist Matt Taylor's infamous shirt was "unsuitable professional attire." ("The feminist freakout over the scientist's 'girly' shirt," Op-Ed, Nov. 1...
The late Carl Jung famously wrote about shadow projection -- that aspect of unintegrated humans that permits them to project qualities and motivations onto others that are really only a reflection of themselves. In this job, I see the sad results every day. Show More Summary
We really are back to the 1990s when I find myself agreeing with Jonah Goldberg: We live in an age of diversity, defined not merely by gender and race, but by lifestyles and values. That’s mostly a good thing — mostly. Like all other good things in life, diversity comes at a cost. And a […]
SHIRTGATE ROUNDUP: Jonah Goldberg: The feminist freakout over the scientist’s ‘girly’ shirt. “In short, feminists want a monopoly on when everyone must be outraged or offended. A few weeks ago, feminist idiots rolled out a video of little girls dressed as princesses, cursing like foul-mouthed comedian Andrew Dice Clay. Unlike Taylor, they set out to […]
Fox News provided American Enterprise Institute (AEI) fellow Jonah Goldberg a platform to attack climate scientists as profiteers who are "financially incentivized" to advocate climate change action, without disclosing AEI's own financial incentive to undercut action on climate change. Show More Summary
Today the round up visits the Supreme Court, Louisiana, and Jonah Goldberg. We return to college for an art history lesson we wish we had in college, and we conclude with a ride on a comet, and it is not science fiction! Frankly Curious...Show More Summary
To the editor: Jonah Goldberg doesn't hold anything back when he condemns as "staggeringly clueless" those who show they don't know how the political process works by actually believing that one senator from one state can ban birth control. He, tongue in cheek perhaps, suggests that they...
alicublog - Jonah Goldberg wrote something dumb on the internet... again; Balloon Juice - of missing paper ballots and bullets; Feministing - progressive single women, rise up! his vorpal sword - it's the latest Daily Caller non-scandal! Liberal...Show More Summary
In his election day column, Jonah Goldberg unabashedly flies the flag for the political elite when it comes to one of the fundamental acts of citizenship: voting.
by Choire Sicha Weirdo columnist Jonah Goldberg comes out swinging at the vanguard of a movement to prevent Lena Dunham from voting. (NOT JOKING.) This is a philosophy we can all get behind. Why, you ask, should Lena Dunham not be allowed to vote? Let's investigate! • "Election month is bad." This is a dog whistle about early voting. Show More Summary
My latest Townhall column is called, The 20 Best Quotes From Jonah Goldberg. Here’s an excerpt from the column. 20) If there is ever a fascist takeover in America, it
Times columnist Jonah Goldberg swings his rhetorical hammer Tuesday at congressional dysfunction, arguing that polarization wasn't as big a problem as politicians' eagerness for self-protection.
Clearing out my tabs, Part 2: Jonah Goldberg has an initial exploration of an idea, that we are currently living not in an age where ideas per se are debated, but rather only "narratives." I would call these "Mythologies." Like...
To the editor: According to Jonah Goldberg, defunct oil rigs are the savior fish have been waiting for. ("The good news about offshore oil rigs," Op-Ed, Oct. 20)
JONAH GOLDBERG: The Enduring Power Of A Story: For much of the summer, large numbers of Americans insisted that the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., was one kind of story. It was a tale of institutional racism in which the police are the villains and young African-American men the innocent victims. This was […]
There is a fair amount of concern over Ebola, and of course there's a lot of media hype over it. Other corners of the media think the panic is way overblown, but on Fox News today Jonah Goldberg thinks those people are just acting smug and condescending in talking down to people about how scared they should be.
(Steven Hayward) Well, actually, no, I don’t have any pictures or cartoons of the fast-breaking Cartagena hookers story that Scott mentions below. But I can’t let Jonah Goldberg have all the fun with this story. And it’s such great click bait. Show More Summary
To the editor: Jonah Goldberg's anger is misplaced. While I agree that the new law signed by the governor seeking to define what is lawful "consent" in sexual encounters between college students is difficult if not impossible to enforce, Goldberg has trained his rifle on the wrong target....