American born Dana Loesch is a political commentator and also a radio host. Additionally, she is a spokesperson for the National Rifle Association, a nonprofit organization that advocates for gun rights. The conservative talk show host has authored the book titled Hands Off My Gun: Defeating the Plot to Disarm America.
Dana, the NRA's most outspoken advocate, is married to husband Chris Loesch who is also a strong supporter of gun rights. Chris is a musician, singer, music producer and former production manager of St. Louis Magazine. He is also an editor and journalist at danaloeschradio.com. Dana and Chris got married in 2000 and are proud parents of sons Liam and Ewan.
The interest on the personal life of Dana rose among the people after the survivors of Florida shooting and a panel of NRA advocates gathered at CNN's town hall to debate on gun control. To find out more about Dana's married life and family, continue to read below.
The romantic relationship of Dana and Chris began when she was still studying at Webster University but had to quit the university after being pregnant with her first child. In 2000, Chris and Dana tied the knot before giving birth to her son Liam at the age of 21.
Dana and Chris homeschooled Liam and his younger brother Ewian. The gun-lover mom has a motherhood blog called Mamalogues in which she posts about her experiences of homeschooling her children.
Motherhood is learning to build sound ships that venture beyond the harbor and back again with a strong faith to guide them. We were made into a powerful force by our Father and we can affect generations. Grateful for these two young men who remade my life in more ways than I can explain and to their dad who supports me to be the best mom I can be! And for single mamas and spiritually single mamas out there, I learned how hard you work from watching my mama do it. Sending you love today. xo #MothersDay
The blog was featured in a column in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch newspaper, and she is on the list of Top 50 Most Powerful Mom Bloggers.
While Dana is a Democrat, her husband with a goatee beard is a Republican. Despite their differences in political beliefs, they are living happily together. Even though their political opinions don't influence their relationship, sources have reported that they do have fierce political debates as many Republican and Democrats do.
The Webster University drop-out started off her career from St. Louis Magazine and in 2008 stepped into hosting her radio show, The Dana Show: The Conservative Alternative on Radio America. In 2011, she left St. Louis.
In 2012, Dana received Accuracy In Media's Grassroots Journalism award and was enlisted in Talkers Magazine 's top 100 "heavy hitters".
In 2014, she launched her daily TV show, Dana on TheBlaze TV and left it in 2017. Moreover, she has worked with several television networks such as Fox News, CNN, CBS, ABC, and HBO.
In April 2017, she appeared on an online video published by the NRA in which she commented on the protests against Donald Trump. Ever since she has been featured on several of NRA's online videos speaking on different topics.
We just hope that the marriage of Dana, who earns an estimated monthly salary of around $80,000, with husband Chris will last forever.