Last night, Julie Bishop articulated the gender divide in Australian politics. In 2013, she did much to embolden that divide.
On the back of Kevin Rudd’s new book, we knocked on the door of Julia Gillard to see if she’d review it for us.
Julia Gillard’s recent reappearance got me thinking. The louder conversation we women speak in 2016 started with her.
Women in power face a continuous climb, a task made all the more arduous by their detractors’ refusal to acknowledge that the hill actually exists.
Malcolm Turnbull is back from Paris and he has a new girlfriend. Problem is, it’s the same one that got him in trouble last time. Climate Change. She’s back.
With five Prime Ministers in five years, Roger Pugh proposes an elegant solution, getting them back on the streets and becoming useful again.
Roger Pugh argues the only way to guard against the prospect of Australia being “Trumped” is to accept nothing less than the PM we deserve.
To deal with Bill Shorten’s shortcomings, former prominent Labor members have picked up the slack to bring the party back to the glory days.
Over the constant irrelevant comments aimed at Julia Gillard, Tom Jacobs asks that we (finally) start judging the ex-PM on her achievements, not her appearance.
A Morgan poll from 2013 released yesterday, listing who Aussies would name as their most admired public figures, had some results that had Paul Bugeja smiling…
It could have been a woman, should have been a woman and Alexandra Tselios wants to know why a female Liberal MP wasn’t given the chance to be the new NSW Premier…
To kick off our weekly “Top 5” column, E-in-C Paul Bugeja teams up with Vince Varney to prepare a timely Top 5 ‘Political Foot in Mouth’ moments.