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Jonah Goldberg Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Mon Sep, 2016
Jonah Goldberg

Facts of Jonah Goldberg

Date of Birth: 1969 , March-21
Birth Nation: United States

Quick Timeline of Jonah Goldberg

1969 Born in Manhattan, New York City
1991 Graduated from Goucher College
1991 Taught English in Prague
1994 Became the founding producer for Wattenberg's Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg
1998 Joined National Review
2008 Published a book titled Liberal Fascism
2012 Authored another book titled, The Tyranny of Cliches
2001 Married to Jessica Gavora
2005 His father died

Detail Timeline of Jonah Goldberg

March 21 , 1969

Born in Manhattan, New York City

He was born by the name Jonah Jacob Goldberg on 21st of March. He was born in Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States and that was also the same place where he spent his childhood days. His father was Sidney Goldberg. 

1991

Graduated from Goucher College

With the completion of his high school graduation, he joined Goucher College. While he was in Goucher, he was not only a good student but also the co-editor of the school newspaper, The Quindecim. He graduated from there in 1991. 

1991

Taught English in Prague

He began his professional career as an English teacher in foreign land. He taught English in Prague for about a year and then he began working at American Enterprise Institute. There he is known for his work for Ben J. Wattenberg.

1994

Became the founding producer for Wattenberg's Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg

In 1994, he got his rise in fame after he established himself as a founding professor of Wattenberg's Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg. That year, he was also hired by New River Media. He is also known for being the producer of the documentaries like New River Media and Gargoyles.

1998

Joined National Review

At the end of 1998, he was hired by the National Review and he began serving them as a contributing editor. He is also known for his work at National Review Online (NRO). Initially, he worked as an editor and then he was promoted as an editor at large. 

2008

Published a book titled Liberal Fascism

Jonah Goldberg is a renowned writer who has written several books in his life. His book titled Liberal Fascism was published in the early 2008 and it was listed no 1 on the New York Times Best Seller list of hardcover non-fiction.

2012

Authored another book titled, The Tyranny of Cliches

His first book Liberal Fascism earned him a name of talented author in the early 2008 and then he began writing his second book. His second book The Tyranny of Cliches: How Liberals Cheat in the War of Ideas was published in 2012.

2001

Married to Jessica Gavora

Jonah Goldberg is not only a writer and an author but also a loving husband and a caring father. He is married to love of his life Jessica Gavora since 2011. They also have a loving daughter. They are a happy family and there is not a single rumor about their divorce.

2005

His father died

He was born on the laps of Sidney Goldberg and Lucianne Goldberg. His father Sidney Goldberg died in 2005. Five years later, he lost his brother forever. He died of from injuries he sustained in a fall.

Content

Jonah Goldberg is not only a writer and an author but also a loving husband and a caring father. He is married to love of his life Jessica Gavora since 2011. They also have a loving daughter. They are a happy family and there is not a single rumor about their divorce. His ethnicity is white. His nationality is American.

Jonah Goldberg was raised in Upper West Side of Manhattan. After his high school, he got enrolled at Goucher College and he graduated from there in 1991. While he was in Goucher, he was not only a good student but also the co-editor of the school newspaper, The Quindecim. After that he joined Scripps Howard News Service and United Press International and did an intern for several months. He also served in the Delilah Communications. After being a teacher of English in Prague for about a year, he began working at American Enterprise Institute. There he is known for his work for Ben J. Wattenberg. He also worked for Wattenberg’s nationally syndicated column and for Wattenberg's book, Values Matter Most as a researcher. In 1994, he got his rise in fame after he established himself as a founding professor of Wattenberg's Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg. At the end of 1998, he was hired by the National Review and he began serving them as a contributing editor. He is also known for his work at National Review Online (NRO). In the early 2008, he published a book titled Liberal Fascism and this book was listed no 1 on the New York Times Best Seller list of hardcover non-fiction.

On 10th of February 2011, Jonah lost his brother Joshua Goldberg. He died from injuries he sustained in a fall. He is now aged 47 years old. His net worth is unknown.