Jonathan Tobin

National Review / Federalist / Jewish News Service

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Jonathan Tobin is a contributor to the National Review and The Federalist, and an opinion editor at Jewish News Service.

Tobin formerly served as senior online editor and a principal blogger at Commentary, a conservative monthly journal.

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