Walmart is looking for the next big companies and "Made in America" products to sell at its stores Wednesday (June 28) at the 4th Annual Open Call event at the Walmart Home Office.
More than 500 business in more than 750 meetings will meet with Walmart buyers presenting a broad range of product categories like food and beverages, home décor and apparel. Walmart officials say these are products like special sauces and pocket-sized hair gel, to photographic mouse pads and bowls designed to keep cereal crisp.
"While finding products our customers want is a year-round focus for our buying teams, Walmart's annual Open Call is a special opportunity to connect our buyers with companies that are manufacturing products in the U.S. and to identify new and unique product solutions," says Walmart's Vice President for U.S. Sourcing Cindi Marsiglio in a statement.
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A group of self described tough guys in an Antifa group in Chicago called the “Haymaker Collective” recently began raising money on Indiegogo for an “anti-fascist, anti-sexist, anti-racist” “self-defense gym” in the city’s hipster-y Little Village neighborhood.
And they’re finally hitting the bricks with their new workout routine.
Haymaker— a play, it appears, on Haymarket, an 1880s anarchist riot in Chicago that killed one police officer—wanted $44,000 for their safe space. But it raised only a pitiful $6,000 to fight the rising tide of the “alt-right” and “white nationalism” they say is now rife in Donald Trump’s “Amerikkka.”
That didn’t stop Haymaker from kicking off their physical training, and the group told Unicorn Riot that they’re doing what they can to keep their dream of battling it out in the street against the fascists alive. But based on the sneak peek of their workout routine they gave Unicorn Riot, fascists have little to fear.
James O'Keefe is firing back at Washington Post reporter Paul Farhi over factually incorrect statements made by Farhi in his reporting on the latest Project Veritas undercover videos.
Specifically, O'Keefe is taking Farhi to task over an article entitled "What the latest James O'Keefe video leaves out", which covers the first "American Pravda" video. In the article, Farhi claims O'Keefe did not reveal that CNN Producer John Bonifield, who called the Russia story "bullsh*t" in the undercover video, was based in Atlanta and not Washington or New York.