Conservative radio host Dana Loesch said that the flare-up over Cliven Bundy’s comments on race is missing the point. Loesch, who has defended the Nevada rancher on her website and on Fox News, on Thursday suggested that The New York Times coaxed an unseasoned public figure into a tangential discussion about race. “I hope no one is surprised that an old man rancher isn’t media trained to express himself perfectly,” she wrote, noting that “it’s justified to have a healthy suspicion of the New York Times” for raising the issue.
Conservative talk radio host and commentator Dana Loesch sued the owner of the conservative website Breitbart.com Friday, claiming that although her relationship with the news and opinion aggregating website had gone “tragically awry,” Breibart.c?m LLC refused to let her work for the company or anyone else, forcing her into “indentured servitude in limbo.” The suit, filed in U.S. District Court here, seeks at least $75,000 in damages, as well as a judge's declaration that her contract had expired.
Radio host, sometime CNN contributor, and Breitbart.com non-blogger Dana Loesch has filed suit against Breitbart.com LLC, according to The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, seeking release from her contract, and $75,000 in damages. The move punctuates a sad, tumultuous year for the website, which saw the sudden, tragic death of its founder and namesake, Andrew Breitbart, in March, and a bad year for Loesch, who hasn't been published on the site since September 13, and hasn't been seen on CNN in months.
Dana Loesch is a rising name in the Republican Party. Some are calling her the next Ann Coulter.