Jeff Jacoby (columnist)

Jeff Jacoby (columnist)

Jeff Jacoby (born February 10, 1959) is an American journalist and syndicated newspaper columnist.

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Jeff Jacoby (columnist) - Awards and Honors
... In 1999, he became the first recipient of the Breindel Prize, a $10,000 award (since increased to $20,000) for excellence in opinion journalism awarded by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation ... In 2004, he received the Thomas Paine Award of the libertarian law firm the Institute for Justice, an award presented to journalists "who dedicate their work to the preservation and championing of individual liberty." In December 2009, he was presented by the Zionist Organization of America with its Ben Hecht Award for Outstanding Journalism on the Middle East, an award previously won by, among others, the Jerusalem Post's Caroline Glick, syndicated columnist Cal Thomas, the late A.M ...

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