Of the 15 men and women that have served in the U.S. Senate from Wisconsin since popular vote elections were introduced a century ago, Ron Johnson and Tammy Baldwin rank among the oldest upon first entering the chamber. Johnson bega...
Tags: Time Marlene King Jennifer Lawrence Jodie Foster Rachel Maddow Hillary Clinton Tammy Baldwin Christine Quinn Time came out with its annual list of 100 influential people and there are, per usual, a lot of interesting names on the list. Show More Summary
On Thursday night, the Whitman-Walker Health Clinic will hold its annual “Be The Care” fundraiser honoring lesbian Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wisconsin) with its “Partner for Life” award. Once again this year, journalists don't seem to think...Show More Summary
Lesbian U.S. senator's first 100 days, bandit steal kiss from gay store clerk and gets him fired, football free agent says photos don’t mean he’s gay, Batgirl’s trans roommate, more.
Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) reflects on her first 100 days and the road ahead: “I’m feeling optimistic that we can get a floor vote on ENDA,” Baldwin said. “I’m feeling fairly pessimistic about the chances of ENDA moving ahead in.....
Senator, 51She shattered a glass ceiling when she became the first openly gay senator elected in U.S. history. Although a junior senator, Baldwin previously served as a congresswoman representing Wisconsin from 1993–2013. Asked on the...Show More Summary
CEO, The Victory Fund, 50Celebrating 10 years as its president and CEO, Wolfe and the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund were credited with impressive results during the 2012 elections: Tammy Baldwin was elected to the Senate, becoming the first openly gay senator, and the openly gay Mark Pocan succeeded her as a U.S. Show More Summary
Senator Tammy Baldwin (D., Wis.), the first openly gay U.S. senator, spoke with National Review Online after leaving the Supreme Court at the end of today’s oral arguments on the Defense of Marriage Act. “It was a piece of history to take in,” she said, “and I think it’s always hard to evaluate the outcome based on the oral arguments. Show More Summary
Tags: Morning Brew Brandi Carlile Fortune Feimster After Lately Mamie Gummer Backstrom Tammy Baldwin Destin Holmes IMDb Happy Friday! Let's start with the best news. Meryl Streep's daughter Mamie Gummer is following in mom's footsteps by playing a lesbian, and I can't fucking wait. Show More Summary
Sen. Tammy Baldwin will lead campaign to elect and re-elect female Democrats in 2014.
This last election was a very good year for electing Democratic women to national office. We seated Elizabeth Warren (MA), Tammy Baldwin (WI), Mazie Hirono (HI) and Heidi Heitkamp (ND) in the Senate, and Kirsten Gillibrand (NY) willShow More Summary
"Johnson, a Republican, ranks to the right of roughly 95% of his Senate colleagues in two well-established nonpartisan rating systems.... Baldwin, a Democrat, ranked to the left of the vast majority of her House colleagues in the same rating systems before she arrived in the Senate last month." From Wisconsin. To use the old travel-guide cliché: a land of contrasts.
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Birthday shoutouts go to Taylor Lautner (above), who is 21, Sheryl Crow is 51, Jennifer Aniston is 44, Damian Lewis is 42, and Senator Tammy Baldwin is 51. The CW has renewed Supernatural, Vampire Diaries, and Arrow for next season.Show More Summary
On Wednesday's NewsHour: Former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords urges Congress to enact tougher gun laws The state of the economic recovery The Israeli airstrike inside Syria Newly elected Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin And, dissident Chen Guangcheng on the struggle for human...
Local chapter defies ban and approves gay Eagle Scout, Pentagon to pay discharged gay veterans in full, Supreme Court sets the date on gay marriage, Tammy Baldwin weighs Hagel apology, more.
Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) appeared on Andrea Mitchell Reports today to speak about the Chuck Hagel nomination as Defense Secretary and the pushback it has received from some LGBT rights advocates. Said Baldwin: “I do not know Chuck Hagel...I do...
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), the U.S. Senate’s only openly gay member, joined MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell on Monday where she was asked for her thoughts on former Sen. Chuck Hagel’s (R-NE) anti-gay comments from the 1990s and his subsequent apology for those remarks. Show More Summary
- Justin Bieber‘s preferred method of smoking the reefer: blunts. Finally something we have in common…besides our girlish good looks. - Bethenny Frankel celebrated her weekend by filing for divorce. - Tammy Baldwin is The Advocate‘s “Person of the Year.” - Notorious publicity-hungry couple Kanye West and Kim Kardashian turned down a $3M payday for [...]
Not only is Tammy Baldwin the first female senator from Wisconsin; she is also the country's first openly gay senator.