Dana Loesch

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Dana Loesch is a conservative blogger and political opinion broadcaster basd in St. Louis, Missouri. In 2008, she was selected selected as one of St. Louis’s “30 Under 30″ by the St. Louis Business Journal. Her own program on local radio, but she also appears on Fox News and CNN. Loesch was the first and only female guest host for Michael Savage, who called her his “mental match.” She writes for Andrew Breitbart's Biggovernment.com and Big Journalism.com, co-hosts “Tea Party TV” for Pajamas Media, and vlogs for Momversation. [1]

Neilsen, the broadcast rating service, named one of the top 16 most powerful moms online.

She is active in the Tea Party movement, cofounder of the St. Louis group.

For her to support candidates, they must be pure conservative ideologues. [2] Her website claims credit for taking New York Republican Dede Scozzafava out of a 2009 special election, although Scozzafava threw her support to the Democratic candidate, causing the ideologically purer Conservative to lose. She recommends automatic opposition to any candidate supported by the Republican Main Street Coalition

References

  1. About Me, The Dana Show: The Conservative Alternative
  2. Dana Loesch (26 November 2008), Beyond the Palin, Blogher Network