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Sep 2019
Tammy Bruce
Tammy Bruce - Wikipedia

In 1996, the NOW Executive Board voted nearly unanimously to censure Bruce for what it claimed were "racially insensitive comments" during the O. J. Simpson murder trial.[3] In May 1996, Bruce resigned as president of Los Angeles NOW.[4] 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.[5] 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.

I saw tonight her in the original Walking Tall

Walking Tall (1973 film) - Wikipedia

Walking Tall is a 1973 American-German neo-noir[2] action semi-biopic film of Sheriff Buford Pusser, a professional wrestler-turned-lawman in McNairy County, Tennessee. It stars Joe Don Baker as Pusser. The film was directed by Phil Karlson.[3] Based on Pusser's life, it has become a cult classic with two direct sequels of its own, a TV movie, a brief TV series and a remake that had its own two sequels.