Laura Ingraham is a conservative political FOX commentator, GOP politician, author, and lawyer. She currently hosts the news show of the same name, The Ingraham Angle. The show obviously bears this name because Laura is known to often present unique views that differ from the perspective of most people. As a republican, she always has to deal with the liberals. However, although her political views usually fall under conservative ideology, she has also criticized a number of Republican policies. Here is an opportunity to meet the energetic American woman beyond what most sources can offer.
Laura Ingraham Family Background, Early Life and Upbringing
She was born on June 19, 1963, as Laura Anne Ingraham, the daughter of James Frederick Ingraham III and his wife Anne Caroline Kozak in Glastonbury, Connecticut, USA. Laura’s father had fought in World War II, while her mother worked as a waitress most of her life. She inherited English and Irish roots on her father’s side and Polish from her mother.
FOX-Amazone is the last child of the family and grew up next to three older brothers. If one assumes, one would have expected her to show the qualities of an overprotected child, but the opposite seems to be the case. You might also be interested to know that although Laura Ingraham is recognized as having one of the most extreme positions against the LGBTQ culture, one of her older brothers (Curtis) is openly gay. The two were never on good terms, with Curtis describing Laura as a monster and Laura criticizing everything her brother represented as gay. However, her attitude towards homosexuals softened after her brother and his partner went through a battle with AIDS that eventually claimed the life of Curtis’ partner. Laura is said to have been influenced to soften her attitude after seeing how much care Curtis showed towards his partner during the fight. Nevertheless, Laura still believes that marriage should only be between a man and a woman. That is by the way.
As for her education, Laura Ingraham graduated from Glastonbury High School in 1981 before going to Dartmouth College where she received her B.A. in 1985. It was during her time at Dartmouth that the media mogul began to manifest itself in Laura Ingraham: During her time at Dartmouth, she rose to become editor-in-chief of Dartmouth Review, a conservative college magazine. She apparently earned this position after contributing a number of controversial articles, including one in which she outed gay students and another in which it was claimed that Dartmouth music professor Bill Cole was a racist and behaved unprofessionally. The latter led to a $2.5 million lawsuit against the college publication, but Cole dropped his claims after two years of litigation.
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Career Timeline: Her Stint at the White House and as An Attorney
After graduating from college, Laura Ingraham worked for several years as a speechwriter in the White House during the Ronald Reagan administration of the 1980s. In parallel, she began pursuing her Juris Doctor degree at the University of Virginia School of Law. After earning her doctorate in 1991, she worked as a legal secretary for Judge Ralph K. Winter, Jr. at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York. She then worked as a clerk for Clarence Thomas at the United States Supreme Court. She also worked for several years as an attorney with the New York law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom.
A Brief On Laura Ingraham Broadcast Media Career
In all the years of her studies and work as a lawyer, she was always attracted by her love for the media industry. During her time in the White House, she also worked as an editor for a conservative magazine, The Prospect, published by the late Concerned Alumni of Princeton (CAP). But this could not quench her thirst for a deeper entry into the media profession.
So after a few years as a practicing lawyer, Laura Ingraham began to devote herself full-time to her deepest passion: broadcast media. She first worked as a presenter for MSNBC and then as a commentator for CBS. Over time, her performance in these positions led to her own MSNBC show, Watch It! In 2001, she began her nationally syndicated radio talk program of the same name, the Laura Ingraham Show. The program was broadcast on 306 channels in the United States, making Laura known throughout America for the first time.
As was to be expected, the show opened many doors of opportunity for the burning conservative media amazon. In 2007, Laura Ingraham began a new job as an employee at FOX News. The following year, she hosted a FOX news show called Just In for three weeks, which she had aired on a trial basis. In 2017, she then launched her current FOX news show “The Ingraham Angle”.
Laura Ingraham Is Also A Successful Blogger
Laura Ingraham is the founder of LifeZette, a web-based conservative media publication. She founded the platform in 2015 under her Ingraham Media Group and in partnership with business mogul Peter Anthony. Laura Ingraham is currently editor-in-chief of the publication.
Her Political Career and Ambition
Just before Laura Ingraham began hosting The Ingraham Angle in 2017, a group of Conservatives approached her to run for the U.S. Senate seat in Virginia. She considered it for a while before deciding to take the new FOX job instead. Everyone expects that she would soon decide to do so, after all, she has been an eloquent voice of the GOP over the years, so she can continue to represent her interests as a congressman.
Is She Married?
Over the years, Laura Ingraham has met with some of the most famous names in the country. For example, she had a long-standing romance with political and sports commentator and author Keith Theodore Olberman. Her dates also included the Indian-American author and conspiracy theorist Dinesh Joseph D’Souza. The die-hard conservative Laura also dated the former Democratic senator for New Jersey, Robert Torricelli. Attorney George Conway is another item on the list of Laura’s previous dates. But none of them led to an engagement, let alone marriage.
Nevertheless, one of her romantic affairs did lead to an engagement. In 2005 she announced that she was engaged to the Chicago businessman James Reyes. Within a month, however, she again announced that the engagement was dissolved. At about this time she also announced that she would undergo surgery for breast cancer. Some commentators linked the two events, but is it true that the engagement was dissolved as a result of breast cancer surgery? We do not believe so. The conclusion is that Laura Ingraham has never been married before in her life.
In any case, Laura Ingraham has not allowed her virginity to deprive her of the opportunity to express her maternal instincts. She is the mother of three adopted children, including her daughter Maria Caroline, who was adopted from Guatemala in May 2008, and her Russian sons Michael Dmitri and Nikolai Peter, who were adopted in July 2009 and June 2011 respectively as 13-month-old children.