David Edwards / Raw Story: Watch: Republicans literally beg migrants not to leave Florida over DeSantis anti-immigration law — Florida Republicans on Monday met with migrants to urge them not to leave the state in the wake of a new anti-immigration law that is sparking boycotts of the state.
David Edwards / Raw Story: ‘We want dictator Trump’: America First activist publicly calls for ‘Trumpian Reich’ — Tyler Russell, a Canadian nationalist leader of the America First movement, has called for Donald Trump to be installed as “dictator” in a “Trumpian Reich.” — In a clip obtained by Right Wing Watch …
Top stories last week on Just Style included the EU circular textiles strategy putting the European fashion sector at risk, stats pointing to the efficiency of the UFLPA law curbing forced labour in the US, and Sri Lanka's apparel sector at risk of losing $494m.
Top stories last week on Just Style included Pacific Jeans showcasing at Bangladesh Denim Expo, the uncertain economy's impact on the global apparel industry, and Nike's senior leadership changes.
Ron DeSantis isn’t worried about Gavin Newsom, but it seems like Gavin Newsom might be worried about Ron DeSantis. DeSantis has arranged migrant flights of illegal immigrants to Newsom’s sanctuary state, and Newsom is not happy about it. On June 5, the governor tweeted at DeSantis and said, “you small, pathetic man. This isn’t Martha’s Vineyard. Kidnapping charges?”Dana Perino of Fox News sat down with Dave Rubin to discuss. “Governor Newsom thinks he’s in a rivalry with Ron DeSantis,” Perino...
Swedish Prime Minister: "Massive Immigration Just Doesn't Work" Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson has acknowledged that “massive immigration just doesn’t work” as he announced changes to the country’s border control policy that would make it the strictest in the European Union. Kristersson made the comments to mark the National Day of Sweden as he insisted that it was too easy for migrants who can’t even speak Swedish to...
Regional Administrator Aikta Marcoulier writes about the SBA's efforts to better serve the Asian-American, Native Hawaiian, Pacific-Islander business communities.
Memorial Day is about remembering those who have fallen in battle. But the day’s parades are about remembering those still serving, which in one way or another is nearly all of us. It’s worth celebrating. Read the story on VTDigger here: David Moats: To feel good about your community, go to a parade.
ATLANTA — Another year, another Mets season that dies in the unfriendly confines of Truist Park, the suburban playpen in which the Braves have begun to torture the Mets with regular and vicious abandon. At least last year the Mets waited until October before offering terms of surrender. This time around, they didn’t even make
David Ross gets ejected from the Chicago Cubs game arguing balls and
No country loves fried dough more than the United States. But is America
By Alli Rosenbloom, CNN (CNN) — Pedro Pascal has become one of Hollywood’s most popular and beloved figures, but his journey to this point couldn’t have been possible without his parents’ harrowing journey from their home country of Chile. The “Last of Us” actor appeared on this week’s episode of the “Smartless” podcast, where he