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Norman Goldman spent most of his career practicing law in the State of California. His love of radio broadcasting, developed at an early age, was rekindled over the past five years while filling in for national radio talk show host Ed Schultz in addition to providing legal analysis for his daily radio show and his TV show on MSNBC. Based in Los Angeles, Norm now produces and distributes his own nationwide talk radio show which launched in late summer of 2009.
Norman Maurice Goldman was born in New York City as the youngest of three boys. His parents both died before he was twelve, which resulted in his spending the remaining adolescent years in New York orphanages. A strong work ethic coupled with natural smarts, a charismatic personality, and perseverance allowed Norm to graduate from High School by the age of seventeen.
Leaving the orphanage, and striking out on his own, Norm took advantage of local, state, and federal resources to attend college while also working to make ends meet. The helping hands from various agencies allowed Norm to graduate from Hunter College of The City University of New York with a B.A. degree in political science, attend and graduate from law school on a full scholarship (Loyola Law School of Los Angeles – Top 10% of the class), and pass the California Bar Exam on the first try, ALL BY THE AGE OF 26. It also shaped his opinion of government and the positive role it can play in the lives of everyday people when administered correctly. “Government should provide a hand up, not a hand out!”
Politics and broadcasting have always been a passion of Norm’s from the very beginning. While still in high school, he was a radio engineer; news writer and on-air personality for New York University owned WNYU-FM (89.1) and worked there throughout his college career. Also during college, Norm took an internship in a Congressman’s office; was hired part-time when the internship ended, and upon graduation, accepted a full-time staff job for the Congressman, TED WEISS (D-NY). In total, Norm worked for Congressman Weiss from 1979 to 1982; he also worked on many political campaigns; federal, state and local. Norm went on to host his own weekend talk show on KLSX (97.1) in Los Angeles in 2004 before being asked to provide legal opinions for national talk show host Ed Schultz.
Noticeably different from the usual right wing fare offered by many, Norm’s logical take, sound advice, and warm, “human” opinion on topics affecting every American has been described as “unique yet honest”; setting him apart from the legions of angry sound-a-like’s offered by traditional national radio networks. As Norm says: “it’s not about left and right, it’s about right and wrong.”
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