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FEMINIST TRIUMPH: KELLYANNE CONWAY IS THE FIRST WOMAN TO RUN A SUCCESSFUL PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

kellyanne-conwayAs 2016 rapidly comes to a close I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention one of the most moving stories of the year: Kellyanne Conway becoming the first woman to successfully run a Presidential campaign in America. Conway’s work resulted in the election of Donald Trump, so congratulations to Ms Conway for shattering the glass ceiling!

I wish it had been for a Third Party candidate but many people are pushing the notion that Donald “Agent Orange” Trump IS a de facto Third Party candidate given the way his campaign had to fight the one percenters and bloated rich pigs among both the Democrats and the Republicans. The working class vote made the difference.

No matter what side of the political spectrum you’re on it is heart-warming to see such a positive story emerge from such a tense year in politics.   Continue reading

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DUTCHESS VON STERN: THE LIVING LEGEND OF DARING CINEMA

The Dutchess herself, still as stunning as ever.

The Dutchess herself, still as stunning as ever.

Much has been written over the centuries about the war between the sexes but for one very special woman that war ended long ago with men offering her their complete and un- conditional sur-render.  

Previously Balladeer’s Blog featured an interview with that woman – Dutchess Von Stern, whose charisma and icy beauty have enabled her to literally enslave men on-screen and off. Even Christian Grey would find himself subdued and defeated by this iron-willed icon of Power Exchange Lifestyles.
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