Eric Golub

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Eric Golub is a neoconservative blogger, author and public speaker.[1] Golub was born in Brooklyn and raised on Long Island. He has lived in Los Angeles since 1990. He has a Bachelor's degree from University of Judaism and a MBA from USC.[2] He is a former stockbroker and oil professional and now works as a public speaker.

He started blogging on March 11, 2007. He has written the book, Ideological Bigotry.[3]

He was caught up in controversy for making a joke that compared liberals to '"special needs children" at the Tea Party-affiliated "Restoring America" rally in Indianola, Iowa before Sarah Palin spoke on September 3, 2011. Palin has a son who was born with Down Syndrome. Golub had made the same comment at other conservative events.[4][5]


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