Jeff Kuhner Net Worth – Political Commentator and Radio Host

Despite the fact that Jeffrey Kuhner has been a political commentator and Radio host since 2000, his net worth is only estimated at between $1 million and $5 million U.S. dollars. This is based on a number of factors, including his salary, income sources and the amount of money he has received from social networking sites such as Facebook.

Jeff Kuhner started his career as a history professor at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. After graduating, he earned a master’s degree from Ohio University in the United States. He also worked as an interchanges chief for a Republican policy group, the Ripon Society, and as a proofreader at a U.S. news magazine, Insight on the News. He also served as the assistant national editor at The Washington Times. After working for the paper, he went on to work for a conservative think tank in Washington, D.C., the Edmund Burke Institute for American Renewal. In this job, he was a regular contributor to the commentary pages. He has been published in Human Events, National Review Online and Investor’s Business Daily. He is currently the editor-in-chief of Insight on the News.

While he was at The Washington Times, Kuhner also served as a proofreader for other news websites, including the Washington Post and the New York Times. He has been a regular contributor to the commentary pages of The Washington Times, and his articles have appeared in Human Events and Investor’s Business Daily.

As an editorial writer for The Washington Times, Kuhner has been a frequent contributor to the paper’s commentary pages, and his articles have been carried on the site. He has been called a “veteran expert” by the Washington Post, and he has been interviewed by the media on numerous occasions. In addition, Kuhner has been an occasional columnist on partisan politics for the newspaper. He has written for the National Review Online, Investor’s Business Daily and the New York Daily News.

Kuhner has been a guest on several prominent talk shows, including the Mark Levin Show and the Howie Carr Show. He has also been featured on The Savage Nation. He and his wife Grace Vuoto are the proud parents of two children, Ashton and Eva. They were married in 2006.

Despite his success as a journalist and radio host, Kuhner has been quite modest throughout his life. He was born to Croatian immigrants in Canada, and spent most of his childhood living with his family. He attended Laval Catholic High School in Quebec. During his undergraduate years, he was enrolled at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario. His father, who was a former policeman, supported him and gave him guidance. In his teenage years, he was a member of the ‘Ripon Society’, a conservative group, and he is a Roman Catholic.

In November 2009, Kuhner began hosting the “Kuhner Show” on 570 WTNT in Washington, D.C. In September 2010, WTNT flipped its lineup to sports, and “The Kuhner Show” was dropped. However, Kuhner has continued to work as a commentator, and his articles continue to appear on the site, as well as in local niche media. He has also been an occasional contributor to the commentary pages of The Washington Times.