Jason Riley Bio, Age, Height, Wife, The Wall Street Journal, Net Worth

Jason Riley Biography and Wiki

Jason Riley is an American journalist, author and television pundit. He is a contributor at FOX News. In addition, he is  a member of The Wall Street Journal editorial board. He has also made appearances on the Journal Editorial Report and C-SPAN.

Jason Riley Age and Birthday, Zodiac Sign

Riley was born Jason L. Riley on 8 July 1971 in Buffalo, New York, the United States of America. He is of American nationality and African-American ethnicity. Riley is 50 years old. His zodiac sign is Cancer.

Jason Riley Height and Weight, Body Measurements

Riley is a man of average stature who stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches, which is approximately 1.7 meters. He has not revealed his other body measurements to the public.

Jason Riley Education

He was educated at the State University of New York at Buffalo where he graduated and earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in English. After that, he kicked off his career in journalism working for the Buffalo News and USA Today.

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Jason Riley Wife, Married, Spouse

Jason is a married man. He is married to Naomi Schaefer, who is also a journalist. They tied the knot on 22 May 2004 in a breathtaking wedding ceremony.

Jason and Naomi have three children and they all reside in New York City.

Jason Riley Family, Parents and Siblings

He is the son of Buffalo’s famous Lee Riley and the late Ola Riley. His father, Lee, worked as a social worker at the Buffalo Psychiatric Center, a psychiatric treatment facility for adults.

Jason Riley Net Worth and Salary

Having enjoyed a successful career in the journalism industry, Riley has without a doubt amassed a huge fortune. However, he prefers keeping is life simple and does not show off his riches in public. He has not revealed his net worth to the public. His salary is also undisclosed.

Jason Riley Wall Street Journal, FOX News

In 1994, Riley began his career at The Wall Street Journal as a copyreader on the national news desk in New York. He was appointed to the newly created position of editorial interactive editor in April 1996, and he became a member of the editorial board in 2005.

Jason Riley Books, False Black Power, Documentary

Riley has four books to his credit. Let Them In: The Case for Open Borders, published in 2008, argues for a more free-market-oriented immigration system in the United States.

His book, Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed, was published in 2014. Thomas Sowell of National Review commended the book, saying, “Pick up a copy and open pages at random to witness how the author annihilates nonsense.”

In his book called False Black Power?, published in 2017, he argues that economic success is a more significant method for black empowerment than relying on political leadership.

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