Amy M. Holmes (born 1973) is a news anchor on [1 ] TheBlaze TV and a former host of TheBlaze's news discussion program Real News. She appears on a regular basis as an independent political contributor for CNN and has previously appeared on Fox News. She has also appeared on [2 ] several times. Holmes graduated from Real Time with Bill Maher Princeton University with a BA in economics in 1994. She was also a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. She is an independent conservative. [2 ]
Biography [ edit ]
Holmes was born in Zambia to an African father and a
White American mother. [3 ] She was raised in her mother's native [4 ] Seattle, Washington after her parents divorced when she was three. [3 ]
She has guest co-hosted
The View and co-hosted Fox News' [5 ] while Beck was on the road with his "Unelectable" show. She has also appeared on the Glenn Beck HBO show Real Time with Bill Maher. She was an anchor of a morning radio program syndicated by the newspaper called "America's Morning News". She has appeared with Washington Times Cenk Uygur on and MSNBC Live . Reliable Sources
After working for several years for
Independent Women's Forum, from 2003 to 2006 Holmes wrote Senate floor statements for Bill Frist, a two-term United States Senator from Tennessee and the Republican Majority Leader. [6 ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Association of Black Princeton Alumni" . Retrieved January 31, 2009.
^ a b CNN profile
^ a b Q&A Cafe: Amy Holmes talks about her history
^ "Amy Holmes: Political Commentator". . May 8, 2000 People Magazine . Retrieved January 31, 2009.
^ Argetsinger, Amy; Roberts, Roxanne (November 28, 2006). "Hot Topics but No Heated Discussions As Amy Holmes Sits In on 'The View. '" Washington Post . Retrieved 2011-04-27. (in The Reliable Source)
^ Baker, Scott; Stephans, Liz (August 10, 2011), ( Blaze Editor-In-Chief Scott Baker Sits Down with Blaze GBTV News Anchor Amy Holmes podcast), The B-Cast with Scott Baker & Liz Stephans
External links [ edit ]
Amy Holmes on "Politicking with Larry King"
CNN Anchor profile
Limpert, Ann; Graff, Garrett M. (July 1, 2006). "20 Fabulous Singles: Amy Holmes.
They’re smart, funny, successful, and available—for now" . Washingtonian magazine Archived from the original on 16 May 2011 . Retrieved 2011-04-27.
Beck, Glenn (August 9, 2011), (embedded GBTV names Amy Holmes new anchor for The Blaze video), GlennBeck.com