Biography - A Short Wiki
Not many celebrities have successful careers in different fields, and Dana Loesch is among the chosen few who have it. She has had success in radio and television hosting, writing, as well as in political activism. She is among the top political writers of all time, and she also worked as a spokesperson for the National Rifle Association (NRA). As a host, she has co-hosted several shows on renowned platforms like CNN, FOX, and HBO.
Here is a short summary of Dana Loesch's career:
The career of Dana started after she left Webster University. She started off by writing a news article for St. Louis Magazine and later started her own website called “Mamalogues.” The website was running weekly by the St. Louis Magazine from 2006 to 2008 as an online column.
Family and Personal Life
Dana got pregnant when she was still in college at the age of 21. She got married the same year to Chris Loesch, who was a music producer. When Dana started off her career, Chris became her manager, and although their views in politics differed during the early years of their marriage, they were able to work them out.
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Dana Lynn Loesch
|Age (as of today)
|Date of Birth
|September 28, 1978
|Place of Birth
|1.68 m, 5 feet 6 inches
|Net Worth / Wealth
|Author, Radio, Spokesperson, Tv Host
Height, Weight, and Age
Dana Loesch's height is pretty average measuring 1.68 m. As of today, February 28, 2024, Dana Loesch is 45 years old.
"The biggest danger to media, and what ultimately drove it apart from the public's trust, are the people who believe that they are uncorrupted when their body of work doesn't support such a belief."Dana Loesch
"Liberal radio performs poorly because its format already dominates other markets. And it will continue to perform poorly until the day comes when the rest of the media is at least balanced, if not fair."Dana Loesch
"There is nothing more amusing than when two people known for being non-objective argue over objectivity. This is the summation of Keith Olbermann vs. Ted Koppell."Dana Loesch
"We can't disrespect, by way discounting or misunderstanding our different sticking points, the beliefs of the various groups comprising the tea party movement, but we all have more in common with each other than we do with factions on the Left: the communists, the socialists, the say-they're-anarchists-but-are-actually-socialists."Dana Loesch
"The tea party movement has challenged the GOP to get back on track or risk losing its grip on the right wing. It's reminded Democrats that a slick marketing campaign coupled with paid activism isn't the same as a groundswell of real change, and the reason that Democrats are so hostile towards it is because they've never before encountered it."Dana Loesch