Julia Gorin

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Julia Gorin is an American conservative writer, journalist, humorist, and political commentator.[1]


Born into a Jewish family in the Soviet Union, she immigrated as a toddler to the United States with her family in 1976. Her father was a violinist with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. She wrote the satirical 2008 book, Clintonisms: The Amusing, Confusing, and Even Suspect Musing, of Billary (ISBN 0978721330).

Writings & affiliations[edit]

She has contributed articles to Jewish World Review, National Review, The Wall Street Journal, FrontPage Magazine, Jihad Watch, The Huffington Post, The American Thinker, The Christian Science Monitor, WorldNetDaily and FoxNews.com.[2] She is an unpaid member of the Advisory Board of the American Council for Kosovo, which lobbies on behalf of the Serbian National Council of Kosovo and Metohija.[3] She frequently writes about the former Yugoslavia, especially Kosovo and is an opponent of its independence.[2]


  1. ^ Anderson, Brian C. (2005-04-25). South Park conservatives: the revolt against liberal media bias. Regnery Publishing. pp. 94–. ISBN 978-0-89526-019-2. Retrieved 7 June 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Julia Gorin - BIO". Retrieved September 25, 2013.
  3. ^ "Julia Gorin". Retrieved February 13, 2014.

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