Watching liberals trying to explain conservatives to other liberals is, a Jonah Goldberg once observed, a Gorillas in the Mist phenomenon. It is as though a scientist is describing the behavior or an alien species and imputing their own explanation of what causes the species to behave as it does. Show More Summary
This is the soft tyranny of the Progressive Left, whom Jonah Goldberg referred to as “nice fascists”. In their world, voluntary associations that they disapprove of must be cut. And
To the editor: About the tradition in Iran of ending Friday prayers by chanting "Death to America," Jonah Goldberg writes that "in a purely rational world, that would be all one needed to know that Iran is not a reliable negotiating partner." ("The inconvenient truths in Tom Cotton's letter...
JONAH GOLDBERG: “I was very, very, disappointed in the Walker team for the decision to capitulate to the bullying efforts of the Iowa state GOP.” “I get that Walker needs to win Iowa and that staffers aren’t more important than the candidate. But principles are. If Walker didn’t want a critic of the Iowa caucuses […]
Hillary demands we embrace red herring issue more fully http://t.co/lEU6p9auBv — Jonah Goldberg (@JonahNRO) March 5, 2015
On Friday, CNN released information about the new DHS report on right wing extremist groups in America, which highlighted the Sovereign citizen movement and how dangerous they are. Fox News' Neil Cavuto had on the NRO's Jonah Goldberg, author of a fictitious book called Liberal Fascism and he was apoplectic about the contents. Show More Summary
Jonah Goldberg asks: Why does the Left get to pick which issues are the benchmarks for “science”? Why can’t the measure of being pro-science be the question of heritability of intelligence? I don't know much force this question has: maybe...
(February 18, 2015 08:07 PM, by Scott Sumner) Arnold Kling has a post pointing out that anti-science attitudes are not confined to the right. He starts by quoting Jonah Goldberg: Why does the Left get to pick which issues are the benchmarks for "science"? Why can't the measure... (0 COMMENTS)
National Review columnist Jonah Goldberg today points to a just-released study which shows that tens of millions of dollars donated to Tea Party-affiliated PACs went nowhere. And by nowhere, he means into somebody's pockets, but not the candidates. Show More Summary
Conservatives are finally starting to notice that sham activist groups are ripping off Republican donors, after dismissing “liberal” reports about the scams. Jonah Goldberg, the syndicate columnist and National Review Online blogger, points to a report on Rightwing News, which...
I guess this column by Jonah Goldberg came out Friday and there was already a diary about it. My response diary is about history, and Jonah Goldberg’s version if it. If you believe anything Jonah Goldberg says about history, best of luck. At any rate, I seem to have Facebook friends who “like” Goldberg. So [...]
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE CRUSADES: An excerpt from Jonah Goldberg’s The Tyranny of Cliches. UPDATE: Link was bad. Fixed now. Sorry!
A MUST-READ FOR CONSERVATIVE COLLEGE STUDENTS: Jonah Goldberg explains how American progressivism was born of the same intellectual and political climate that gave rise to various European collectivist, statist and nationalistic movements – and how those mindsets are currently in control of higher education discourse today.
When you quote Jonah Goldberg of the National Review as if his opinion is the gospel when it comes to being critical of President Obama, you begin on treacherous footing. In his column entitled, Obama The Sentimentalist, Goldberg asserted, "No...Show More Summary
One conservative columnist has made it clear that he's had enough of Donald Trump.
(Steven Hayward) How about a Baltic cruise with Jonah Goldberg, Amity Shlaes, Arthur Laffer, Charles Kesler, and ... me? Yup, that’s right: my pals at the Pacific Research Institute have organized their first ever “Liberty-at-Sea Cruise,” sailing from Copenhagen to Helsinki and St. Show More Summary
Jonah Goldberg has found the dumbest 57 seconds ever on TV.
JONAH GOLDBERG: Call for new thinking on Islam ignored: Prior to Paris terror attack, Egyptian president warned imams of dangers of extremism. The slaughter in Paris Wednesday shocks the conscience but hardly shocks the intellect. In other words, no one is surprised that Muslim extremists are capable of doing this sort of thing. And nearly […]
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Jonah Goldberg has the answer.