When I moved to NYC at 18, I instantly looked for internship opportunities and liked the idea of being behind the scenes. But then an opportunity to be on air in talk radio came out of nowhere. All of my political geekiness and my production background kind of opened the radio door for me. In retrospect, it makes sense, but at the time I was pleasantly blindsided. In fact, when I was contemplating moving across the country, six months pregnant, to take an on-air radio gig, Sean gave me some great advice. He said that if there was any time in my life to try something like this, it was now, before my husband and I had a bigger family and a mortgage and all the things that make change harder. It was a good idea to try it out and see how things went. Always working on a project or two, I host the monthly Conversations with our podcasting talent, field listener questions for our Backstage program, weekly Friday Lives and more. Who am I kidding?
Ben Shapiro - It was bound to happen, you leaving us to pursue bigger things. But, thanks for sticking around for four years. I have learned much and enjoyed being a part of this show with you and Whitman all this time. When I first got the call to audition I was excited but scared out of my mind. But, in your socially awkward way you and Brian were professional, patient and kind during that two day audition and then later when I was brought on to be the third person and the only chick in the room and on the station. In these four years my family and I have been blessed to get to know yours. From my very first event at the Nixon library your darling sisters embraced me with grace and kindness that they still exude today. Your wife… no words. She is amazing, beautiful, smart and kind.
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Elisha Krauss born February 23, is an American journalist, speaker, and radio talk host based in Los Angeles, California. Krauss was awarded in as a recipient of Red Alert Politics ' "30 Under 30" recognition for the "finest young conservative , libertarian and Republican leaders" who, according to the publication, "were selected for their consistent involvement in the movement, their influence on other youth and their heartfelt dedication to American principles, regardless of opposition. In March , Krauss was listed as one of the 16 female conservative pundits who cosigned a letter  denouncing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump 's then-campaign manager Corey Lewandowski after he denied responsibility for the battery of former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields. In a PragerU video that went viral in May , Krauss pointed out that abortions are generally more restricted in European countries than in the U. Western Europeans -- as progressive and secular as they are -- have a much more conservative attitude about abortion than American Progressives do Europeans seem to recognize that abortion is a complex moral issue; that ending a life after a certain point in a pregnancy does not reflect well on a society. Why is it so hard for American Progressives to recognize the same? In the summer of , Krauss attended the Claremont Institute , where she completed the Lincoln Fellowship.
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