Margaret Thatcher Didn’t Need Feminism

While today’s women whine on about how unfair the world is, way back in the early 70s a female politician came to power and by 1979 occupied arguably the second most powerful position in the world. Furthermore, she held that post for over 10 years, taking the country to war when necessary.
While Margaret Thatcher was a polarizing figure, she was a champion of the free marketplace. She confronted the unions who had a stranglehold over British industry. The UK of the 60s and 70s was not far from being a communist state, with endless “jobs for the boys” in every Read More

Source: Return of Kings