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Dana Loesch Biography
Dana Loesch, born on September 28, 1978, is a radio host, television host, political analyst, and spokesperson for the National Rifle Association (NRA). She is best known as a conservative political commentator.
Earlier in her life, she was a Democrat, but her marriage to Republican supporter Chris Loesch and her stance on the Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky affair gradually turned her to the right, becoming conservative after the 9/11 attacks of September.
Earlier in her career, she wrote investigative journalism articles for St. Louis magazine and her “Mamalogues” website. In 2008, she started the radio program “The Dana Show: The Conservative Alternative” on American Radio. Loesch and Bill Hennessy helped create the St. Louis Tea Party in 2009 but left the group in late 2011.
Dana Loesch was the editor of the US right-wing Big Journalism in 2010 and covered the 2012 election for CNN in early 2011. She also hosted the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in 2013 and hosted her new daily TV show “Dana” on “TheBlaze TV” in 2014. She hosted the show until November 2017. She also appeared on TV as a guest on HBO, CBS, Fox News, and more.
Her mother, Gale, raised Loesch in a large Southern Baptist family. She has Georgian Cherokee ancestry, as well as her grandmother of Irish ancestry. She graduated from Fox High School in Arnold, Missouri. She then attended St. Louis Community College in Meramec before transferring to Webster University to study journalism. There, she was a Democrat who ran Bill Clinton’s re-election campaign.
After becoming pregnant, Loesch dropped out of college to get married and gave birth to her first child at age 23. In the wake of the Clinton and Lewinsky scandal, Loesch rejected the Democrats outright after the 9/11 attacks.
Dana Loesch’s Husband
Born in Oklahoma, USA, Chris Loesch is a musician, songwriter, and now the manager of famous television and radio personality Dana Loesch. He rose to fame after marrying the successful journalist and artist in 2000. He is also the owner of the creative concept company Intuition Studios. Chris Loesch is also a gun rights supporter.
Chris attended Jefferson College in Missouri, earning a double major in Music and Nursing in 1994. His love for his wife can be seen in numerous posts on social media, where he claims to be “the husband and manager of the Great @DLoesch” on his Instagram. The couple has two children: Liam and Ewan, both homeschooled.
Dana Loesch Net Worth
Dana Loesch net worth is estimated at around $2 million as of now. She currently receives an annual salary of $400K for her work at the NRA. Besides that, she is also a political analyst and commentator.
Dana Loesch Career
After a stint at Webster University, she began writing investigative journalism articles for the monthly Saint Magazine St. Louis” published in St. Louis, Missouri.
She also created her website “Mamalogues” and published a weekly column in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a major St. Louis newspaper. It helped her win Louis Award for Best Newspaper Columnist, St. Louis 2007, Missouri, based on the Riverside Times weekly newspaper.
In July 2008, she appeared in the ‘Top 30 Under 30’ by ‘St. Louis Business Journal. According to Nielsen ratings, she stood among the ‘Top 50 Most Powerful Mom Bloggers.’
Big Journalism is an American far-right opinion, news, and commentary website founded by conservative American commentator Andrew Breitbart, who appointed Dana Loesch as editor in October 2010. During her tenure, she helped to dismantle what was then an American national sex scandal of Anthony Weiner, a member of the House of Representatives of New York’s 9th district. She worked there until 2012.
She was awarded by US non-profit media monitoring agency “Accuracy In Media” with the Grassroots Journalism Award in 2012. Talkers Magazine, in the same year, included her in their list of top 100 “heavy hitters.”
Dana Loesch filed a lawsuit in December 2012 against Breitbart.com, the parent company of her former employer, following the death of her friend and mentor, Andrew Breitbart.
On May 22, 2013, following the killing of British Army soldier Fusilier Lee Rigby, Loesch became embroiled in a series of heated exchanges on Twitter with British journalist and TV personality Piers Morgan.
Morgan vowed to ban Dana Loesch from his CNN talk show “Piers Morgan Live.” However, producers thrived on efforts to resolve their differences out of court before Loesch returned to the series in January 2014.
She launched her new daily television show “Dana” on January 10, 2014, on The Blaze, an American conservative news and entertainment network founded by talk radio personality Glenn Beck. In November 2017, she resigned. She has appeared as a guest host of the show Beck and other prominent American radio hosts, including Michael Savage.
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