Monthly Archives: October 2012

Missing: Women Opinion Shapers

I want more commentary from women throughout the media and on issues other than motherhood, juggling work and children, sex and sex stereotyping.  I am damn sure it is not mischance that more columnists and panel guests on current affairs … Continue reading

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Bungles Galore, Spittle, Spite and National’s Poster Girls

In my analysis of National’s road map to the next election I overlooked the very marketable Hekia Parata. I did note that Paula Bennett, cheerleader for anti-beneficiary spittle, was called to the rescue when National surrendered to headwinds and delayed … Continue reading

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