Katherine "Kat" Timpf is best known as a personality on Fox News. At 31, she is among the youngest stars on the cable news network, but she's led a varied life as a columnist, commentator, and comedian. While her career at Fox is what she's best known for, her resume includes a number of other fascinating bullet points. Keep reading to learn the truth about her background, her education, her comedy career, and how she ended up at Fox News. Kat Timpf was born and raised in Detroit, Mich. Hillsdale is notable for developing a core curriculum around Western heritage, as well as for denying financial support from the government, relying instead on private donations to help the college stay afloat. This practice reportedly helped inspire Timpf's belief in libertarianism.
Kat Timpf says big government is 'ruining everything'
Kat Timpf identifies as a staunch libertarian
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Timpf is from Detroit, Michigan. She graduated magna cum laude in from Hillsdale College with a B. She has worked for the Leadership Institute 's CampusReform. In November , Timpf said that she received death threats after making satirical remarks about the Star Wars fandom. In and she contributed to the " Barstool Sports " Web site. Timpf's December 27, column was publicly retracted by National Review.
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