TV Commentator and Author Tammy Bruce Joins the AMAC News Team – AMAC

WASHINGTON, DC, February 14 – Tammy Bruce, radio talk show host, author and Fox News contributor, joined the AMAC News team, Rebecca Weber, CEO of the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC], announced today. “Ms. Bruce will provide insightful reporting and commentary on controversial political issues, having spent decades as a highly respected journalist covering the state of the nation,” Weber said.

Ms. Bruce describes herself as an independent curator. Weber noted that her early affiliation with the Democratic Party before rejecting that association in 2008 and as a liberal activist and community organizer in the 1990s, gives her a particularly insightful understanding of the machinations of the left.

Ms Bruce announced her membership of the AMAC during an appearance on Fox Business, noting that she wanted to help Americans determine their future, and the AMAC is the place to start. As she said, while AMAC is seen as the conservative alternative to AARP, her AMAC News team membership “isn’t about retirement, it’s about the future. for all of us, regardless of age. Bruce had his own nationally broadcast radio show, The Tammy Bruce Show, which premiered in 1993.

She is a New York Times bestselling author with books exposing the left’s corrupt agenda and the existential importance of American freedom and culture. His writing on social issues has appeared in numerous national and international publications, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, San Francisco Chronicle, Esquire, and The Advocate, among others.

Additionally, Bruce is the author of three critical books. His first, The New Thought Police, was about free speech and personal freedom. The Death of Good and Evil is the title of his second book examining the perpetuation of moral relativism by the left. It quickly became a New York Times bestseller. She is currently working on a new book focusing on the political use of fear to exploit and control the individual and society at large.

Originally from California, Ms. Bruce divides her time between New York and Los Angeles. In addition to being a supporter of the United States, she advocates for animal welfare and is regularly led by Ruby, her mini Australian Shepherd.

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