I first met Jonah Goldberg in 1997, when, as a young television producer, he worked down the hall from Slate’s bureau in Washington, D.C. Despite—or perhaps because of—our extreme differences of opinion, I’ve always enjoyed talking politics with him. Show More Summary
National Review’s Jonah Goldberg joined me this morning to discuss the campaign, the alleged “civil war” in conservative media, and in the course of the conversation, Jonah comes up with the best assessment of when Donald Trump rises and falls: Audio: 09-30hhs-goldberg Transcript: HH: Welcome back, America. Show More Summary
From 2005: Jonah Goldberg's eulogy of his father. An excerpt: But one of my earliest memories is of us walking to Murray’s–I couldn’t have been much older than 7 or 8–when he stopped, and suddenly tightened his grip on my little hand...Show More Summary
(September 17, 2016 03:15 PM, by David Henderson) The title of this post is the same as the title of an article by Jonah Goldberg about the Colin Kaepernick incident. (If you haven't been paying attention to the NFL lately, here's the summary: Kaepernick is a San Francisco... (0 COMMENTS)
FOR THE SEPARATION OF STADIUM AND STATE, as explored by Jonah Goldberg, who writes: San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick…[has] gone on at tedious and sanctimonious length about the legitimate problem of police brutality and other Black Lives Matter talking points. I think this is ludicrous on any number of fronts. Kaepernick isn’t being asked to […]
PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY’S DEATH IS A REMINDER THAT CONSERVATISM STILL MATTERS, Jonah Goldberg writes. “A world where William F. Buckley Jr., Robert Taft, Russell Kirk, Barry Goldwater, Robert Bork, Antonin Scalia, Jean Kirkpatrick and, not least, Phyllis Schlafly never bothered to make the effort would certainly look quite different, but as a conservative, I find it […]
One of my favorite things to do is talk with Jonah Goldberg. Many can say the same thing. I got to do it earlier today, in a podcast: a Q&A, here. We talk about the political season — this Time of Trump. Particular subjects include Assange,...Show More Summary
Fox News host Sean Hannity and National Review columnist Jonah Goldberg sparred in a heated Twitter exchange over Donald Trump on Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. Goldberg, who had previously said Hannity’s attacks on the Never...Show More Summary
After several weeks of bashing #NeverTrumpers, Fox's Sean Hannity ended up in a Twitter fight with National Review's Jonah Goldberg over who will be responsible for a potential GOP defeat.
National Review editor-in-chief Rich Lowry joined me this morning to continue yesterday’s conversation with Jonah Goldberg and to assess Donald Trump’s trip to Mexico and his speech in Phoenix: Audio: 09-01hhs-lowry Transcript: HH: I...Show More Summary
HUGH HEWITT, JONAH GOLDBERG: The “core alt-right” needs to be driven from conservative ranks. Audio at link.
National Review's Jonah Goldberg and Townhall columnist and Salem Radio host Hugh Hewitt sat down this morning to discuss something they've been discussing publicly on Twitter: who is the alt-right? If you don't know what the term means,...Show More Summary
Jonah Goldberg was my guest today in a wide-ranging discussion on how to define and drive out the #AltRight from all things GOP and conservative: Audio: 08-31hhs-goldberg Transcript: HH: Jonah Goldberg is my guest. You can follow Jonah, @JonahNRO on Twitter. Show More Summary
THE GREAT WHITE HOUSE VACATION HYPOCRISY, as explored by Jonah Goldberg, who notes, “Hurricane Katrina was undoubtedly a huge story, and investigating the federal response to it was squarely in the fourth estate’s wheelhouse. But there’s simply no denying that the news media used that disaster as a partisan cudgel against a Republican president it detested. […]
AS GAWKER LEARNED, MEDIA CORPORATIONS AREN’T ABOVE THE LAW, Jonah Goldberg writes: Gilles Wullus of the group Reporters Without Borders told the BBC that the Gawker case poses a dire threat to press freedom. “Journalism ethics should be taken care of by journalists themselves,” he said. “In case they do not, we think that nobody […]
I’m delighted that my most recent article on white identity politics, Trump, and the GOP drew responses from Jonah Goldberg (whose fine initial piece prompted me to write) and the equally prolific and incisive Avik Roy. Even better news...Show More Summary
Jonah Goldberg and Jeremy Carl have had an interesting exchange this week on the role of white identity politics and Donald Trump’s support. Jonah rightly notes that to call Trumpian nationalism a purely economic phenomenon is to ignore that low-income non-whites are not voting for him. Show More Summary
Bestselling author and National Review senior editor Jonah Goldberg discusses his update to legendary conservative fusionist Frank Meyer’s seminal...
“Donald Trump has the GOP trapped in not one Catch-22, but two. Call it a Catch-44,” Jonah Goldberg writes. “The first Catch-22 has been the subject of widespread conversation over the last few weeks. As GOP pollster Glen Bolger summed [...]
To the editor: If I read Jonah Goldberg’s essay correctly, he has now accused Hillary Clinton of 1) being a woman, 2) formerly holding an elected office and, perhaps most devastatingly, 3) running for President. ( “Clinton’s gender advantage,” Opinion, Aug. 2) His indignation is palpable,...