Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Monday evening ratcheted up her attacks on the Trump administration’s immigration policies, referring to President Donald Trump as a “fascist” operating “concentration camps” on the U.S.-Mexico border. “That is exactly what they are. They are concentration camps,” Ocasio-Cortez said of migrant holding facilities during a Q&A live-streamed on Instagram. “The fact that concentrations camps are now an institutionalized practice in the Home of the Free is extraordinarily disturbing and we need to do something about it.”The self-avowed Democratic-socialist then voiced her eagerness to connect with others “who are concerned enough with humanity to say that ‘never again’ means something.” The expression “never again” is strongly associated with Holocaust remembrance. During another part of the live-stream, the 29-year-old freshman … [Read more...] about Ocasio-Cortez: Trump Running ‘Concentration Camps’ at Border
Roland Duchatelet has not made many good decisions during his time at Charlton. The extraordinary statement he posted on the club’s official website on Monday, in which he publicly criticised Lee Bowyer and accused him of making unreasonable wage demands, was perhaps the most destructive thing he has done at the Valley. But his decision to finally see sense and reach a contract agreement with Bowyer last night could be a final parting gift to Charlton fans if a takeover is to go through this summer. Now it is time for Duchatelet to let Bowyer get on with his job, and focus on selling the club. Bowyer was at his carp fishing lake in France as Monday’s extraordinary events unfolded. Hours after Standard Sport reported Bowyer was ready to walk away from Charlton unless the club made him a significantly improved contract offer, Duchatelet published a bizarre 471-word statement in which he suggested Bowyer was being greedy. He also claimed Bowyer’s use of an agent to … [Read more...] about Charlton owner Roland Duchatelet finally makes a good call
German star came back from 5-2 down in the second set to record his first grass court victory of the season Tweet Email … [Read more...] about The start of the grass season is always a bit tricky: Zverev
The Dodgers’ threat, however, quickly ended when Enrique Hernandez popped out on the next pitch to conclude the frame and an 0-for-4 night for Hernandez, whose batting average plunged to .210. In 15 games this month, the Dodgers are averaging 3.93 runs after averaging 5.4 through the end of May. Monday was the eighth time they’ve been held to three or fewer runs in 11 games. They’re 5-6 during the stretch. … [Read more...] about Dodgers’ offensive struggles continue in loss to Giants
Doãn Mậu Diệp. — Photo tienphong.vn Doãn Mậu Diệp, Deputy Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, speaks to the Tiền Phong (Vanguard) newspaper about how Việt Nam will revise the retirement age for workers or State employees How do you respond to a proposal that Việt Nam would raise the retirement age for its workers while many people in the working age still can’t find jobs? It is a real fact that in any labour market, job positions are always bigger than the actual number of working people. Yet, in all countries, many people are still unemployed. Japan is a good example. According to a national survey, there is only one candidate for four working positions while the unemployment rate in Japan currently stands at 2.4 per cent. In the real labour market, the mismatch between supply and demand happens in all countries, and Việt Nam is no exception. For example, in the Republic of Korea, the … [Read more...] about Why we have to increase the retirement age?