Michael Goldfarb (political writer)
Michael Goldfarb is an American conservative political writer. He is contributing editor for The Weekly Standard and was a research associate at the Project for the New American Century. During the 2008 presidential race he served as John McCain's deputy communications director. He is a founder of the online conservative magazine The Washington Free Beacon. Goldfarb attracted some online attention for two posts ridiculing liberal bloggers as basement-dwelling Dungeons and Dragons players.
- Orion Strategies LLC – Senior Vice President
- Emergency Committee for Israel – Advisor
- Keep America Safe – Advisor
- Rutenberg, Jim (February 23, 2013). "A Conservative Provocateur, Using a Blowtorch as His Pen". New York Times. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
- Weekly Standard masthead Retrieved 2011-11-06
- "About PNAC" Retrieved 2011-11-06
- Weekly Standard 2 June 2008: (Bumped) Kristol: So long (for a while) to Michael Goldfarb Retrieved 2011-11-06
- The Phillips Foundation Michael Goldfarb profile Retrieved 2011-11-06
- Ken Silverstein: Neoconservatives hype a new Cold War, Salon, 5 October 2011
- Cohen, Patricia (July 28, 2007). "Shedding Pen Name, Private Says He's ‘Baghdad Diarist'". The New York Times. Retrieved May 12, 2010.
- Paul McLeary, Paul (August 10, 2007). "Krauthammer, Goldfarb, and Emanuel: Getting the TNR mess wrong on purpose". Columbia Journalism Review. Retrieved 2009-04-17.
- Video debates and discussions involving Goldfarb on Bloggingheads.tv
- Ken Silverstein, Neoconservatives hype a new Cold War, Salon, 5 October 2011. One can hear an interview with Silverstein on this topic on AntiWar.com (8 October 2011). Contains an extensive discussion about Goldfarb.
- IPS Right Web profile on Michael Goldfarb Retrieved 2011-11-06
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