California PolitiChick Susan Swift Arnall is lawyer, wife and one conservative mother of seven children. Since her impassioned call into Rush Limbaugh's radio program in 2009, Susan has given political commentary on radio and blogs, and was invited in 2010 by Andrew Breitbart to write for his young website Big Journalism. She has written over 60 published articles for Breitbart. A Texas native, Susan's career began as a child actor, including the title role in Audrey Rose directed by the legendary Robert Wise. While acting, Susan attended and graduated magna cum laude from UCLA's famous Department of Theater Arts, then she attended Pepperdine Law School where she graduated with honors and served as an editor of its Law Review and has authored law review articles on entertainment law and federal civil procedure. She worked as a lawyer at a prominent international law firm in Los Angeles, and later joined the LAPD legal defense team in the Rodney King federal civil rights lawsuit, for which work she received a special award from the LAPD Booster Association. While raising her family, Susan started and runs a small business servicing Hollywood productions, and produces and directs a youth Summer Shakespeare acting program. A staunch defender of life and traditional marriage, she served as the San Fernando diocesan regional chair for Californians for Parental Rights, a grassroots organization that sought to advance a parental notification initiative in California. Follow @_SusanSwift on Twitter.