Over in the United Kingdom, one mother set the internet ablaze with the story of a party invite that would have cost $120. Scandal indeed.
I’m pro-life, but I strongly disagree with the religious direction the movement is being steered down, as do I the political rhetoric that secured the Presidency.
Last night, Julie Bishop articulated the gender divide in Australian politics. In 2013, she did much to embolden that divide.
With Julie Bishop set to be the chancellor of ANU, are we seemingly at the same junction we found ourselves a month ago. How much are we willing to allow our politicians to privately benefit from public office?
This morning, social media lost the plot over the possibility of a black woman being 007. However, looking at the fine print, it’s nothing to get excited about. Not yet.