Benazir Bhutto (1953–2007) This is a woman that had the determination and tenacity to make a difference. She also made the ultimate sacrifice. In 1988 she was the first elected female prime minister of a Muslim country. That was a massive Continue reading Women who dared to push for change – we thank you.
Bad pollies! In front of the cameras and behind the scenes. I admit I was a member of a political party. Once upon a time. And then I quit. I had no aspirations to become a member of parliament. At Continue reading Bad Pollies – Part Six
Who the hell was Peter Dutton anyway! Well, so glad you asked. I had no idea who Dutton was until his mug was plastered all over the news! Now, the man that wanted the top job and set the gears Continue reading Bad Pollies – Part Five
It is ok to say ‘no’. It is ok to say ‘no’ on a date. It is ok to say ‘no’ you can’ behave like that. It is ok to say no to children. No! No! No! The childish, out-of-control Continue reading Bad Pollies – Part Four
For the hardened pollies, all their Christmases had come at once, in the form of electoral fraud charges against Hanson in 2003. She was jailed and spent 11 weeks behind bars before her appeal saw her conviction quashed. Although there Continue reading Bad Pollies – Part Three
With the equilibrium not being so ‘equal’ within politics, it would seem that everyone is scrambling to get on the anti-bullying bandwagon. But is it more about becoming the most popular politician and political party rather than changing their ways. Continue reading Bad Pollies – Part Two
I am guessing that perhaps you might be one of the majority of the population that doesn’t like politicians. Unless of course, you are a politician or your ‘substantial other’ is one, then perhaps your opinion of politicians may be Continue reading Bad Pollies Part One