Tomi Lahern
At 24-years-old, Tomi Lahren is the youngest political talk show host in history. She ignited a firestorm with her “Red, White, Blue and Unfiltered Final Thoughts” following the Chattanooga terrorist attack that killed three Marines and one Sailor.

Controversy is her specialty. She is best known for her signature “Final Thoughts” on everything from Beyoncé to President Obama and Hillary Clinton. She has exceeded 550 million views in the last year, alone. Lahren was previously the host of One America News Network’s “On Point with Tomi Lahren.” She created, wrote and designed the show from scratch. 

Lahren's sassy sense of humor was showcased at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). She destroyed the Republican stereotype of "old, rich, white men." Her "Hillary Clinton pantsuit joke" won over the CPAC crowd and ruffled a few feathers on the left. 

Lahren was born and raised in Rapid City, South Dakota. Her parents, both from ranching backgrounds, taught her the value of hard work. Her love of political discussion comes from family table debates centered on the nightly news.  

Not one to play it safe, Lahren moved to Las Vegas, Nevada to attend college at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She studied broadcast journalism and political science. She also produced and hosted a political roundtable show "The Scramble" for UNLV-TV. 

Two months before college graduation, Lahren applied for an internship with Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze network. She was turned down. Shortly thereafter, Lahren contacted One America News Network for an internship opportunity. After just one interview with network owner, Robert Herring, she was offered her own political talk show. 'On Point with Tomi Lahren' was born. 

In the summer of 2015, Lahren’s sassy “tell it like it is” commentary caught the eye of Glenn Beck. She is now the newest member of Glenn’s BlazeTV family. 

Lahren is not one to pull any punches. Immigration, national security and race relations are her hot buttons. As a proud South Dakotan, she holds on to her Second Amendment rights, as well.

Truth is, we all want what's best for this country, some just need to be reminded. That's Tomi's job.