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Dana Loesch 

Syndicated talk radio host; podcaster; TV commentator, author; longtime 2A advocate, dog lover.

Lorraine Yuriar

Christian, Conservative, mother of 3. Was introduced to politics & Rush Limbaugh by my father at age 16. Lifelong conservative, currently stuck in a very blue state. In the words of Capt. 'Mal' Reynolds, "I aim to misbehave."