On Wednesday, Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard was visiting a high school in Brisbane, when someone threw a sandwich at her. And then, just for a second or two, the world stopped. Attempted assassination by sandwich? Authorities quickly ...―
. Border controls are measures taken by country to monitor or regulate its borders. Border controls are put in place to control both the inflow as well as outflow of people, animals and goods. Specialised government agencies are usually created to...―
. Despite people still telling themselves that history never repeats, it often does, it is startlingly. From the most major world incidents to the smallest seemingly insignificant event, history has a way or repeating. Napoleon had it all worked ...―
To those readers who have just tuned in from Australia, (and everywhere for that matter), thank you for taking time to read my humble contribution to the anti-socialist cause. ∙ I travelled extensively during my working career and I had the...―
Would The Real Julia Gillard Please Stand Up?Well, it's been an interesting week in Australian politics? Our Prime Minister Julia Gillard gave the opposition leader, Tony Abbott a serious verbal beating and called him a misogynist. Just to be ...―
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard slipped on her heel as she walked away from the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi while on a state visit to New Dehli. The prime minister stepped from a footpath on to wet grass - and her heel snagged, ...―
Oops! what a fall. Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, who is currently on a visit to Delhi, stepped on wet grass and oooh, down she went after she left the cremation site of Mahatma Gandhi. Later, Ms Gillard laughed off the incident, and gave men...―
Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard accuses Tony Abbott of wielding sexist and misogynist views. She termed Tony Abbott’s comments as irrelevant to modern Australia. She felt insulted by the opposition advocacy on the right of women to have ...―
Today in parliment Julia Gillard stood up and swung a beauty at Tony Abbott, finally calling him a misogynist; that’s a six and out. “I hope the leader of the opposition has got a peice of paper and he is … Continue reading →―
What an interesting two weeks in politics. A time where the coalition bought out the handbag and used the biggest handbag it has to do it. Seriously. Here is a picture of man in drag and here is a picture of Christopher Pyne. Uncanny resemblance....―
. Something happened at the start of Question Time yesterday. A momentary lapse of reason on the part of Tony Abbott. After an absence to grieve her father, the Prime Minister took the indulgence of the house to eulogise him. Words to try and...―
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∙ One of the few things I consider when buying a frock is the print. Growing up, I ...
My first thought when I saw the topic for this weeks Photo Challenge: Curves was the ...