Jonah Goldberg

Editor in chief & co-founder of The Dispatch and Remnant podcast host. A scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, an L.A. Times columnist, CNN commentator, and author of three NYT bestsellers. Goldberg worked at National Review for two decades.

Jonah Goldberg

Republican Officials Are Getting Awfully Quiet About Donald Trump

The same party leaders who condemned the Mar-a-Lago search have had a muted reaction to Merrick Garland’s special counsel announcement.

Nothing to See Here


Do Not Despair

The importance of being hopeful.

Be Careful What You Covet

The wrong desires can drive you to ignore good advice and your own conscience.

One More Time, With Sailing

Standing up to nerd erasure.

McCarthy’s Misery

To prevail as speaker, he’ll have to appeal to the suddenly reasonable House Freedom Caucus.

The Double Standard Driving GOP Dysfunction

Donald Trump has pilloried the GOP establishment but refuses to take any criticism.

The Weekend After

Let it be.

In Praise of Competence

The midterms showed that relatively normal Republicans are a better bet than novice Trumpy minions.

All Bow to the God of Conventional Wisdom

"Both parties suck and that's my position."