From the start, PolitiChicks.tv has tackled some of the most important issues and events of the day and featured powerhouse guests such as Bill Whittle, AlfonZo Rachel, Frank Gaffney, Jenny Beth Martin and more. While the studio show was entertaining and informative, we at PolitiChicks.tv realized there was so much more we could do to reach Conservatives in America– and the voices we heard speaking loudest were Conservative women. Thus the new PolitiChicks Nation was born.
Led by your PolitiChicks anchors Morgan Brittany, Gina Loudon and Ann-Marie Murrell, our Nationwide PolitiChicks (NPC’s) are independent, accomplished Conservative women. Together, PolitiChicks.tv will provide news, original commentary, and video in our inimitable, innovative way and we will also continue to bring you interviews from the nation’s political leaders, newsmakers and Conservative entertainers. We believe Conservative women—with their maternal instincts and warrior spirit– can change the world. PolitiChicks.tv is giving them the voice to do so and we invite you to visit us every day as we continue to grow and evolve.
PolitiChicks co-anchor and National Director of PolitiChicks.tv
Ann-Marie Murrell is one of the original PolitiChicks anchors and is the National Director/Editor-in-Chief of PolitiChicks.tv. Ann-Marie is one of the go-to Conservative reporters in Los Angeles and has covered multiple political events throughout the United States. Ann-Marie has conducted exclusive interviews with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Lt. Col. Allen West, Newt Gingrich, Frank Gaffney, and was one of the last reporters to interview the late Andrew Breitbart. In addition to writing and reporting for PolitiChicks.tv, she has also written for TownHall, Front Page Magazine, Reagan Report, The Blaze and dozens of other Conservative sites. Ann-Marie lives in ultra-liberal Los Angeles with her husband Mark. Her son Jason also lives in Los Angeles and works in TV production.You can see all of Ann-Marie’s interviews on PolitiChicks.tv and you can find her on Facebook and Twitter (@PolitichickAM).
Morgan Brittany has been a film, television and stage actress for over 50 years. She began her career as a child appearing in the films "The Birds", "Gypsy" and "Yours, Mine and Ours". She appeared in over 150 television shows and became a member of the cast of the enormously successful show "Dallas". Morgan spent 10 years raising money for the March of Dimes as a celebrity ambassador and national spokesperson. She has been married for 31 years and has 2 children. In 2001, she became one of the first openly outspoken conservatives in Hollywood. She has appeared many times on Sean Hannity's Great American Panel for Fox News, Dennis Miller's television show, and many conservative radio programs across the country. Morgan now spends much of her time devoted to military organizations and other conservative causes. Her greatest passion is speaking on behalf of the greatness of America. Morgan writes for Town Hall Finance.
Dr. Gina Loudon is the host of the PM drivetime show The Dr. Gina Show heard in 8 states across the Midwest and the South. Gina is also a national speaker, analyst, and writer on topics ranging from adoption to immigration. She is the originator of the BUYcott concept, and her BUYcott of Whole Foods and Arizona have rendered some boycotts of the left largely ineffective. Her book on "Policology," the nexus of politics and psychology, is set to hit shelves in June 2012. Gina is a regular commentator on Fox News and Fox Business shows including Your World with Neil Cavuto, The Willis Report, Happening Now with Jon Scott and Jenna Lee, America's Nightly Scoreboard with David Asman, and On the Record with Greta Van Susteren. She has also appeared or been cited by the BBC, Playboy, Time Magazine, FoxNews.com Opinion, World Net Daily, The Hill, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and numerous other TV, Radio, and print outlets. She is credited as one of the "100 Founding Members" of the Tea Party movement. She is the wife of State Senator John Loudon (R-MO, ret) and is home schooling mother of five children, including one by the blessing of adoption who has Down Syndrome. Gina is a columnist for Town Hall Finance.