Tammy Bruce is a conservative American radio host, author, and political commentator know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education an
|Birthdate ( Age)||20 August 1962|
|Place of Birth||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Education||Bachelor’s degree in political science|
|Profession||American radio host, author, and political commentator|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Tammy K. Bruce is a conservative American radio host, author, and political commentator. Earlier she had been president of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women.She is currently an on-air contributor to Fox News and host of Get Tammy Bruce on Fox Nation.
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Tammy BruceAugust 20, 1962 in Los Angeles, California.Bruce holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Southern California.Bruce plays the role of Diana Moon Glampers, the United States Handicapper General in a technologically advanced, totalitarian-egalitarian state. Bruce also starred in a supporting role in the 2011 documentary The Undefeated.
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In a 2006 interview with C-SPAN, Bruce stated she was bisexual, and that for her, identifying as lesbian was a choice.At the age of 17, Bruce became lovers with 34 year old Brenda Benet, who was the former wife of Bill Bixby and an actress who starred in Walking Tall, Days of Our Lives and The Incredible Hulk.Later, Bruce and Benet lived together for nearly a year before Bruce moved out.On April 7, 1982, two years after they had first met and two weeks after Bruce moved out, Benet committed suicide at her home during a lunch date with Bruce.
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Tammy Bruce is a conservative American radio host, author, and political commentator has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021
Bruce served as president of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) (1990–1996). Bruce served two years on NOW’s board of directors, but later criticized the organization in one of her books. During the early 1990s, she spearheaded the campaign to publicly criticize the sexualized violence in the novel American Psycho, and led an effort to boycott all titles by the book’s publisher, Knopf, for a year.
In 1996, the NOW Executive Board voted to censure Bruce for what it claimed were “racially insensitive comments” during the O. J. Simpson murder trial.In May 1996, Bruce resigned as president of Los Angeles NOW. Bruce claimed that the censure was due to her focus on domestic violence, as opposed to defense attorney Johnnie Cochran’s “racial issues” trial argument.Since then, Bruce has written about the dispute in her critique on what she sees as the failings of NOW and the political left in general. She has said that the feminist establishment in the U.S. has abandoned authentic feminism.
In 1997, she hosted an overnight weekend talk show on KFI. Bruce hosted a national radio program on Talk Radio Network throughout much of the 2000s.Bruce was appointed to serve on Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s transition team after his successful recall election against Gray Davis.After President Barack Obama and his family had moved into the White House, Bruce said, “we’ve got trash in the White House.”
Bruce returned to Talk Radio Network in November 2012 as a guest host during the move of The Laura Ingraham Show from TRN to Courtside Entertainment Group.. In 2014, Bruce created a short video for the conservative YouTube channel Prager University in which she summarized her criticisms of the contemporary feminist movement.
Bruce was the subject of controversy in May 2017, when appearing as a guest on Fox News show Tucker Carlson Tonight. She criticized an autistic child for asking Vice President Mike Pence for an apology when he accidentally brushed the young boy in the face.She later apologized on air.
In December 2018, Bruce appeared on Fox News to criticize the decision of one Scottish coffee shop to call “gingerbread men” “gingerbread people”. Bruce said, “obviously, they’re men”. She characterized the decision by the coffee shop as “the tipping point” in policing free speech.Bruce is a Fox News contributor.In 2019, she became the host of Get Tammy Bruce, which airs on the Fox Nation streaming service.