Updated: 12/26/2016 03:25 PM | First Published: 12/25/2016 05:45 PM

The Laura Ingraham Show opened many doors for Laura Ingraham

Laura Ingraham on the podium

Laura Ingraham served as a speechwriter during the late 1980s for the Domestic Policy Advisor in the Ronald Reagan administration. At the same time, she also worked briefly as an editor for the magazine The Prospect. Soon after getting a law degree in 1991, she started working as a law clerk for the Judge, Ralph K. Winter. She has likewise served as a law clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas of U.S. Supreme Court.

She had her early stint as a TV host during the late period of 1990. She worked as a commentator for CBS and has also served as a host of MSNBC’s show Watch It!. After all the hard work, she got her dream job in 2008 when Fox News Channel offered her a 3-week trial run for a new show titled Just In.

In April 2001 she came out with her own show called The Laura Ingraham Show.  The radio show was initially syndicated by Westwood One. After some time, it was syndicated by Talk Radio Network. The Talkers Magazine ranked the show at 5th place among other popular radio shows of America. The radio show, in fact, ran for 11 years before it ended in 2012. She has already devoted four decades of her life to the journalism industry and is still associated with it.

Moreover, she has also tried her hands as an author. Her most popular books include Shut Up & Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN Are Subverting America, The Obama Diaries, Power to the People and Of Thee I Zing.