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Ted Cruz Calls Joe Biden, Kamala Harris 'Inhumane' After Video Shows Crying Child Abandoned at Border

  Ted Cruz Calls Joe Biden, Kamala Harris 'Inhumane' After Video Shows Crying Child Abandoned at Border "It's completely inhumane how Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are allowing human traffickers and cartels to exploit young, innocent children at our southern border," the GOP senator wrote.The video, which has been circulating on social media, shows a child left at the border. The child can be seen yelling toward a couple after they abandoned him there.

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SORRY STATE OF AFFAIRS

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Health authorities have identified more than two dozen exposure sites in New South Wales and Queensland after a woman left Melbourne during lockdown on Tuesday, June 1 before testing positive for COVID-19 on the Sunshine Coast yesterday.

The woman, who Guardian Australia explains could be a recovered case, apparently travelled through Gillenbah, Forbes, Dubbo, Moree, Goondiwindi, Toowoomba, Kings Beach, Moffat Beach, Caloundra, and Buddina before arriving in Baringa on Tuesday, June 9.

Coincidentally, Jacinda Ardern has also had to warn of “consequences” for people found to break New Zealand’s border controls after three other Melburnians were caught last week trying to enter the country via Sydney.

White House says Harris 'may go to the border' 'at some point'

  White House says Harris 'may go to the border' 'at some point' Vice President Kamala Harris “may go to the border” “at some point,” the White House said Tuesday, as the vice president faces criticism for not yet visiting the southern border after being tappen by President Biden to handle the “root causes” of migration.Harris, during an interview with NBC on Tuesday morning, said "we've been to the border," despite not having visited the border herself.

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See Border shorthand property. Although the other bits are optional some browsers don't set the width or colour to a default you'd expect. In your case I'd bet that it's the width that's zero unless specified. Since the initial value of the border styles is 'none', no borders will be visible unless the border style is set. In other words, you need to set a border style (e.g. solid) for the border to show up. border :thin only sets the width.

The news comes after the Victorian government announced Melbourne’s restrictions will ease slightly on Friday. The ABC reports that, facing criticism from groups such as gym owners, chief health officer Brett Sutton has unpacked why some remaining restrictions may look “out of accord” with those being eased i.e. “cumulative risk” of house gatherings, aerosol risks in gyms.

The city yesterday recorded just one new case along with several new exposure sites, including the Arcare Maidstone aged care facility and venues across Bundoora,  Maribyrnong, North Melbourne, Reservoir, South Melbourne, and Thomastown.

PS: In more positive news, radio ads paid for by Clive Palmer and slammed by the Therapeutic Goods Administration for falsely claiming vaccinations had caused hundreds of deaths have been pulled.

Chuck DeVore: Biden's border crisis – Texas may have to defend itself. Here's why

  Chuck DeVore: Biden's border crisis – Texas may have to defend itself. Here's why The world wants to come to America and many in America – at least in the Biden administration and the Chamber of Commerce – want the world to come. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the Texas-Mexico border, where the surge of would-be immigrants has completely overwhelmed the Border Patrol and local law enforcement. If current trends continue, more than 3 million people may stream into the U.S. by year-end, threatening Americans with lost jobs and crime. Texas Gov.

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JAPAN BACKS AUSTRALIA AGAINST CHINA’S ‘COERCION’

According to the ABC, Japan has backed the Australian government’s campaign against China’s “economic coercion” in a detailed joint statement released by Foreign Minister Marise Payne and Defence Minister Peter Dutton and their Japanese counterparts — Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi and Defence Minister Nobuo Kishi — following a meeting via video link.

The joint release, which comes before Scott Morrison heads to Singapore today and Britain tomorrow for a “G7-plus” meeting, suggests Beijing’s informal trade sanctions on Australia have destabilised the international system. It also voices “serious concerns” over reports of human rights abuses in Xinjiang, and touches on several other issues such as Myanmar, defence cooperation, and tensions in the South China Sea and East China Sea.

Biden should end Europe trip to deal with border after new numbers show continuing crisis, Arizona AG says

  Biden should end Europe trip to deal with border after new numbers show continuing crisis, Arizona AG says Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is asking President Biden to return from his trip to Europe and address the massive migrant surge on the southern border after May numbers from Border Patrol indicate the number of migrants coming to the U.S. is much higher than it's been in years."[Y]our administration revealed Border Patrol Agents along our Southwest border encountered more than 180,000 migrants in May alone," Brnovich said in a Thursday letter to the president. "Since the start of this fiscal year, nearly one million migrants have been apprehended, and we still have several months left.

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PS: For some much-needed context, check out the AFR’s ($) investigation into the origins of the Coalition’s post-2016 diplomacy U-turn on China, or The New Daily’s recent look at fallout from one of the series’ core findings: “that domestic political advantage is now the key driver of our China policy”.

NO RESOLUTION ON RESOLUTION

Finally, after Queensland Labor’s state conference backed a resolution condemning ­Israel’s ongoing “annexation by stealth of Palestinian land” and incitement of recent violence through forced evictions in Sheikh Jarrah and attacks on Al-Aqsa mosque worshippers, The Australian ($) reports that former foreign minister Bob Carr has slammed suggestions of growing anti-Semitism in Labor as “an attempt to close down criticism of Israel by kicking up a debate that took place in British Labor”.

Carr’s comments come after opposition foreign affairs spokesperson Penny Wong condemned the resolution, arguing that “viewing any conflict from only one perspective will not advance the cause of peace,” along with co-convener of the Australia Israel Labor Dialogue Adam Slonim.

Migrants, Border Patrol Officer Injured in Crash With 18 Wheeler Near Texas Border

  Migrants, Border Patrol Officer Injured in Crash With 18 Wheeler Near Texas Border "It was a two-vehicle accident with both vehicles traveling westbound along Interstate 10," Gregory Davis, a spokesman for Customs and Border Protection, told Newsweek. "The van rolled over multiple times I believe," said Davis."It was a two-vehicle accident with both vehicles traveling westbound along Interstate 10," Gregory Davis, a spokesman for Customs and Border Protection, told Newsweek. The other vehicle, an 18-wheel truck "failed to maintain its lane," and "encroached into the passing lane, forcing the van onto the median.

The news follows Israel’s mass arrest of Palestinian activists and journalists, which, as Al Jazeera reports, comes amid a “reinvigorated peaceful resistance” following the Israel-Hamas ceasefire.

And facing the end of 12 years in power and an ongoing corruption trial, Benjamin Netanyahu has begun pressuring Knesset members not to vote for a new government on Sunday.


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THEY REALLY SAID THAT?

Your editorial, headlined ‘Greatest Enemy of Truth is Those Who Conspire to Lie’ (The Australian, 8 June, 2021) is a disgrace. After paragraphs lauding the highest goal in journalism — ‘to expose wrongdoing in public life’ — you proceed to castigate in the most vicious terms the work of two fine ABC journalists, and to accuse them, in a piece absolutely devoid of evidence or example, of ‘bad, lazy, deceitful journalism’.

‘Many senior people at The Australian know well the work, the habits, and the hubris of Sally Neighbour and Louise Milligan,’ you bloviate…

Jonathan Holmes

Strangely, after issuing an unsubstantiated and nakedly partisan attack on two Four Corners journalists ($), those stalwarts of free speech editing The Australian chose not to publish a response by the former Media Watch host, who has since put it up on Twitter.

GOP lawmakers blast Dems for ignoring the border crisis for 100 days

  GOP lawmakers blast Dems for ignoring the border crisis for 100 days Republican lawmakers on the House Oversight Committee blasted the committee Democrats for ignoring their calls to hold a hearing on the crisis at the southern border for 100 days. The House Oversight Republicans torched their Democratic colleagues in a press release for ignoring their calls to hold a hearing on the crisis at the southern border that has become a major theme of President Biden’s first year in office According to the release, Saturday will mark 100 days since the GOP members on the committee first called on Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., to hold a hearing on the crisis in early March.

CRIKEY RECAP

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Aged care workforce: the slow-motion catastrophe we’re watching without action

“Australian policymakers have long known they have a major problem with our aged care workforce, and they’ve known what the solutions are. But they’ve failed to act for over a decade, despite constant reviews and studies detailing the challenge. The result has been an aged care system that is an insult to senior Australians, who have been abused, rorted and neglected in their final years and allowed to die in their hundreds when COVID reached our shores.”

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Proposed powers for charity head are an ‘unconstitutional overreach’

“The charity commissioner has more power than the Australian Securities and Investments Commission commissioner and the commissioner of taxation and, if proposed reforms are passed, will soon be able to penalise charities if their members are suspected of committing minor offences (such as not moving on when directed by police, or trespassing) even if they’re never charged.

“It’s been deemed an unconstitutional overreach by many in the sector, as well as unnecessary: in Senate estimates it was revealed only two ‘activist’ charities lost their charity status for breaking the law, yet 59,000 charities will be affected by the reforms.”

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A global crime sting and a Morrison lie pave the way for Australians to lose even more of their privacy

“When Scott Morrison took the podium to tell the world about Australia’s role in an audacious international crime sting, he also took the opportunity to play politics.

Returning to the public eye, Trump will head to US-Mexico border

  Returning to the public eye, Trump will head to US-Mexico border The former US president has laid low since leaving office but will resume travel – and rallies – later in June.Trump, Abbott and other Republicans have criticised Democratic President Joe Biden for rolling back Trump immigration restrictions as the number of migrants arriving at the border has reached the highest monthly levels in 20 years.

“The prime minister, flanked by the Australian Federal Police commissioner and a representative for the FBI, didn’t let the truth get in the way of an attempt to wedge his opposition on national security.

“Morrison spruiked three bills before the parliament as necessary for Australia’s border security, and pointed his finger at Labor as an obstacle to their passage: ‘It’s time that these three bills get bipartisan support through the parliament so the commissioner and the other commissioners around the country can better do their jobs.’”

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Five-storey building collapses mid-demolition in Gwangju, South Korea, killing nine and injuring others

THE COMMENTARIAT

Until we face up to the lie that underpins our treatment of refugees, Tharnicaa and children like her will suffer Sisonke Msimang (Guardian Australia): “If the minister manages to get them out of detention, many Australians will breathe a sigh of relief and consider themselves morally vindicated. Many Australians desperately want to see themselves as decent people, despite the immigration policies their governments have adopted. This is understandable. No nation likes to think of itself as racist, mean-spirited and xenophobic, even when its policies are clearly all of those things.”

Arizona sheriff says 'no distinct' border changes from Biden administration despite Sec. Mayorkas meetings

  Arizona sheriff says 'no distinct' border changes from Biden administration despite Sec. Mayorkas meetings An Arizona sheriff says there have been no changes in policy, messaging or results from the Biden administration on the crisis at the southern border -- despite multiple meetings between sheriffs and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Sheriff Mark Dannels told Fox News that there has been one in-person and three virtual discussions between a handful of sheriffs and Secretary Mayorkas. While Dannels said there was "healthy and candid dialogue," he said that to-date there had been no "distinct changes/messaging and /or results.

Court fight over Labor’s future could decide the next PM ($) — Tom Minear (Herald Sun): “The action has been a year in the making, since Anthony Albanese and Daniel Andrews orchestrated a federal takeover of Labor’s Victorian branch, in response to the branch-stacking scandal that engulfed factional powerbroker Adem Somyurek. Depending on their attachment to Somyurek, most Labor people accepted the need for change. What was controversial was the scale of the intervention, which suspended the voting rights of grassroots members and affiliated unions until 2023.”

Albanese can take leaf out of Abbott playbook ($) — Niki Savva (The Australian): “Imagine if Tony Abbott had been opposition leader during a pandemic and there had been yet another quarantine leak from an ill-equipped hotel in one state that then led to a lockdown in another. If Abbott had been leader last Thursday, after the bell rang to suspend parliament for a week, he would have flown to Adelaide the next day for a doorstop outside the Playford Medi-Hotel, where one guest received an unwelcome gift he then passed on to others.”

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  • A vigil will be held at Hyde Park for Tharnicaa Murugappan and the Bileola family detained on Christmas Island, with speakers to include Craig Foster, Mehreen Faruqi, Kristina Keneally, Kerryn Phelps, and more. The ASRC will also hold a snap calling party against Coalition MPs from 12:30-1:30pm AEST.

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Arizona sheriff says 'no distinct' border changes from Biden administration despite Sec. Mayorkas meetings .
An Arizona sheriff says there have been no changes in policy, messaging or results from the Biden administration on the crisis at the southern border -- despite multiple meetings between sheriffs and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Sheriff Mark Dannels told Fox News that there has been one in-person and three virtual discussions between a handful of sheriffs and Secretary Mayorkas. While Dannels said there was "healthy and candid dialogue," he said that to-date there had been no "distinct changes/messaging and /or results.

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