David Gold is "a hard-hitting conservative/libertarian talk show host. Thirty years ago, with an undergraduate degree in political science and a Masters in journalism in hand, he started his successful career in Denver, Colorado, with his mentor, the liberal Alan Berg at his side," his website GoldTalk.com states.
Gold "has been featured in local and national magazines and newspapers. He has been a guest on many programs including Nightline, Crossfire, Good Morning America, and he co-hosted a weekly debate, FlashPoint, on the Dallas NBC Affiliate KXAS," his website states.
Gold "holds an undergraduate degree in political science and a Masters degree in journalism but enjoys trivia competitions on the subjects of rock ‘n roll, sports and movies. He is an avid golfer who prefers to spend the bulk of his free time with his wife and two sons," his KSFO 560 Talk Radio bio relates.
In an August 8, 2007, blog posting, Gold wrote that Michael Goldfarb, a writer with the neoconservative The Weekly Standard, was a "high school crony" of his.
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 About, GoldTalk.com.
- ↑ David Gold, KSFO.com.
- ↑ David Gold, "The left Resorts to Liars To Slam effort in Iraq," GoldTalk.com, August 8, 2007.
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