Why do they let Pyne ever talk?
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/aug/24/christopher-pyne-no-university-reform-could-mean-research-funding-cutsChristopher Pyne says cuts to research funding as an alternative to the higher education reforms that face being blocked by the Senate could be a “worst-case scenario” and has called on student protesters to “get some perspective” because the government is “not exactly asking for their left kidney”.
The police department in Glendale, another St Louis suburb, announced the suspension of Matthew Pappert, the latest police officer from the St Louis area in three days to be suspended for questionable conduct amid the Ferguson protests.
"I'm sick of these protesters. You are a burden on society and a blight on the community," wrote Mr Pappert in one of at least five posts that were posted to Facebook.
"These protesters should have been put down like a rabid dog the first night," he added.
In a reference to the Boston Marathon bombing, he also wrote: "Where is a Muslim with a backpack when you need them?"
Indescribable anger.In his opening remarks, Mr Morrison maintained Labor's policies led to the high number of children in detention and said the former government should also be questioned at the inquiry.
"This is an inquiry into children in detention as you have stated. However it could be more accurately described as an inquiry into children Labor put in detention," he said.
"You know what? Fuck it, we're not bothering with excuses any more. Just send the fucking trucks in, Vlad."Russia has sent the first trucks of a massive aid convoy into war-torn eastern Ukraine after saying it was tired of reassuring Kiev that it was not being used to smuggle in weapons to pro-Kremlin insurgents.