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01 декабря, 06:27

On Sanctuary: What Is In A Name?

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, By any other word would smell as sweet.” Thus wrote Shakespeare in Romeo and Juliet, but names have power as the play’s macabre ending demonstrates. The campus sanctuary movement that has spread across the country since the election has been confronting a question: Does the declaring a “sanctuary” help to protect undocumented students or does it create confusion and misleading promises? The debate about this question is one of strategy and not goals. Students, faculty, staff and administrators across the country overwhelmingly support undocumented students as various petitions and statements can attest. This is a debate among supporters of immigrant students and there are good people on all sides. Some argue that using the term “sanctuary” is misleading given that no campus can truly provide protection from federal immigration authorities, and that declaring a sanctuary may in fact heighten the danger faced by undocumented students by indicating that such students are present on a particular campus. Others point to the civil disobedience in the 1980s sanctuary movement or the nineteenth-century Underground Railroad, arguing that such a history confuses people who believe the campus and city sanctuary movements of today imply a similar flouting of the law. They do not. As Michael Olivas, a law professor and current president of the University of Houston, Downtown who has spent his life defending undocumented students has put it in Inside Higher Ed, sanctuary “has no legal meaning and the admonitions are vague and impossible to implement, which will only frustrate people more.” Some argue that using the term 'sanctuary' is misleading given that no campus can truly provide protection from federal immigration authorities, So why hold on to the sanctuary terminology if it has a confusing history, no legal definition and promises more than it can deliver? The answer lies not in the law or in history, but in our common sense understanding of a sanctuary as a place of refuge and a place to be safe. It is true that college and university campuses do not provide absolute refuge and safety from all danger, as we saw this last week with the brutal knife attack at Ohio State University, but we still think of our campuses as places that should be a refuge from the kinds of crime that are all too common in our cities. A 2011 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) memo reaffirmed that schools, just like hospitals and churches, should be seen as “sensitive locations” in which enforcement activities should be avoided. In essence, ICE already treats campuses as sanctuaries where immigration enforcement should be handled with extreme caution. Declaring a campus a sanctuary does not promise students that they will not face danger, nor does a city’s sanctuary proclamation prevent ICE enforcement. Rather, such a designation is a declaration that these are places where immigrants, even those in the country without authorization, should be respected and treated like brothers and sisters and not criminals. Sanctuary is an aspiration, a statement of values rather than a statement of fact. Sanctuary is a powerful idea that has mobilized hundreds of thousands of people to sign petitions at more than 115 colleges and universities. Sanctuary is an idea that has convinced 26 college and university presidents to issue statements of support for undocumented students and led the presidents at Portland State University, Reed College and Wesleyan to take the added step of declaring “sanctuary” campuses. Sanctuary is an idea that has motivated almost 300 cities, counties and states to limit their cooperation with federal immigration authorities. The idea of sanctuary has resonated with county sheriffs across the country who have also proclaimed they would not cooperate with federal immigration enforcement. As Chief Tighe O’Meara recently posted on the Ashland Police Department Facebook page, “I offer this up to clarify a concern that has been brought up, not as a political statement, but as a statement of fact, and of re-assurance to the community: The entire State of Oregon is a ‘sanctuary’ state.” What Chief O’Meara is saying is that Oregon state law prevents local police from doing the work of federal immigration officers. It’s not at all civil disobedience, but the opposite. The county sheriffs are upholding our state law, declaring that they will not be cajoled into unconstitutionally detaining people simply based on their immigration status. The message is clear: We are upholding the law against unconstitutional enforcement of cruel and unusual immigration regulations. And what’s so wrong about holding up the banner of sanctuary on a college and university campus? College campuses have long been thought of as sanctuaries from the market-forces of society, as a refuge where diverse people can come together and discuss challenging ideas without coming to fisticuffs. Colleges and universities should be spaces where a student’s class, race, gender and sexual orientation does not limit their access to classes or their ability to succeed. This idea of colleges as “safe spaces” has been lampooned by the press, and sometimes students’ excessive zeal leaves them open to such accusations, such as when Oberlin students protested the Bahn Mi sandwich in their cafeteria as an inauthentic cultural appropriation. However, most students are not demanding more “authentic” cuisine, but rather campuses where they don’t have to confront racist, sexist and homophobic hate on a daily basis because that is the prerequisite for being able to have the kind of stimulating and controversial conversations that we promise as a hallmark of a liberal arts education. Colleges and universities should be spaces where a student’s class, race, gender and sexual orientation does not limit their access to classes or their ability to succeed. Too often our campuses reflect the bigotry and hierarchies of our society rather than offer a utopian alternative to them. But that doesn’t mean we should not always strive to be our best selves, to be a sanctuary. There was once a country that fashioned itself as a sanctuary to the poor and wretched of the rest of the world. In 1883, Emma Lazarus wrote the poem that was emblazoned on the Statue of Liberty: Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame. “Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” If the Statue of Liberty is Mother Exile, then sanctuary is at the heart of our country’s highest ideals. We should embrace sanctuary in our cities, counties, states, churches, synagogues and mosques. And yes, colleges and universities should represent the best ideals of America: sanctuary for the poor, the vulnerable, the wretched of the earth. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

21 ноября, 19:01

Ashland grows by winning new territory

THE first time I knew about Ashland was two years ago when I was an intern at a financial magazine which happened to be located in the same office building as the US-based chemical company. At that time

18 ноября, 18:00

Over 350 Campuses Join in the Healthy Campus Challenge

November 1 marked the beginning of open enrollment, when people can obtain health care coverage for 2017 through the Health Insurance Marketplaces established by the Affordable Care Act. The Marketplaces allow individuals to shop for and compare plans to find one that’s right for them, and most HealthCare.gov consumers can find a plan for $75 or less per month, less than the cost of a cell phone bill. Already, we have seen strong interest: Over a million people selected plans through HealthCare.gov in the first 12 days of open enrollment.  But HealthCare.gov is not the only place we have seen a great deal of interest. Recently, we launched the White House Healthy Campus Challenge, an effort to engage college and university campuses, and in particular community college campuses, across the country in enrollment efforts to help get more students and young people enrolled. Promoting higher education and making it more affordable, from community colleges to four-year institutions, has been a central focus of the Obama Administration and our economic agenda.  Having good, affordable coverage while getting an education can help provide Americans peace of mind and make sure that education doesn’t get unnecessarily sidetracked by a health problem.  Campuses submitted an application to participate in the Challenge, and committed to fulfilling a specific set of open enrollment outreach actions.  These include hosting in-person enrollment activities on campus, sending e-mails around deadlines to students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community neighbors reminding them of the opportunity to enroll, and using public social media platforms to highlight the open enrollment period.  The response was remarkable: Over 350 campuses had representatives submit applications to participate. These campuses are in 49 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. They are in big cities and small towns. They are four-year institutions and community colleges, schools with tens of thousands of students and schools with just a few hundred students. And they have all committed to making their campus, and their community, healthier by getting individuals enrolled in coverage before open enrollment ends on January 31, 2017.  In the coming weeks, the below campuses have agreed to take the lead in their communities, and we couldn’t be more excited to work with them in their efforts. I hope every American will join us in leading within their own community, encouraging friends and neighbors to join the 20 million people who have gained access to quality and affordable care in the last 6 years.  Drawing from the example of the below campuses, spread the word on social media using #GetCovered, e-mail your friends and family, or host an event in your community. Remember, the deadline for coverage starting January 1, 2017 is December 15, so now is the time to let people know about the affordable options available to them on the Marketplaces. Together, we can help millions more realize the promise and peace of mind that comes with having quality, affordable health insurance.  Healthy Campus Challenge Participants A-B Tech Community College Academy College Adelphi University Alabama A&M University Alamo Colleges Alaska  Career College Albright College Alcorn State University Allan Hancock College Allen County Community College Alverno College American Baptist College Argosy University Arizona Summit Law School Arkansas Baptist College Arkansas State University Mid-South Arkansas Tech University Art Institute of Atlanta Ashland University Athens State University Atlanta Institute of Music and Media Augsburg College Bacone College Bakersfield College Bastyr University Baton Rouge Community College Bay Area Medical Academy Bay State College Belmont University Bennett College Bethune-Cookman University Blackhawk Technical College Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Health Sciences Bloomsburg University  Bluefield State College  Bluegrass Community and Technical College Bowie State University Brightwood College, North Hollywood Bristol Community College Brookhaven College Broward College Bunker Hill Community College Butte-Glenn Community College  Cabrillo College Cabrini University California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo California State University Channe Islands California State University Fullerton California State University, Los Angeles  California State University, Northridge Camden County College Cankdeska Cikana Community College Cape Cod Community College Capital University Capitol School of Hairstyling and Esthetics Capitol Technology University Carl Albert State College Carroll Community College Cecil College Central Arizona College  Central Penn College Cerritos College Charlotte School of Law Chatham University City College of San Francisco City Univeristy of New York School of Law Clarion University Clark Atlanta University Clark State Community College Clinton College Coahoma Community College Colby-Sawyer College Coleman University College of St. Scholastica College of the Siskiyous CollegeAmerica Columbia Basin College Columbia Gorge Community College Columbia University Teachers College  Columbus State Community College Community College of Beaver County Community College of Denver Community College of Philadelphia Concord University Concordia University Converse College Corinth Academy of Cosmetology Cosumnes River College Cottey College Cowley County Community College Creighton University Cuesta College Cuyamaca College Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Dallas County Community College Davidson County Community College Delgado Community College Delta College DePaul University Durham Technical Community College Edgewood College Edison State Community College Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine El Camino Compton College El Centro College Everest College Evergreen Valley College Five Towns College Florida International University  Florida Memorial University Florida National University Fond Du Lac Tribal & Community College Fort Peck Community College Fortis College Fullerton College Gallaudet University George Mason University Georgetown University Georgia Piedmont Technical College Germanna Community College Glendale Community College Goucher College Governors State University Grayson College Grossmont Community College Guilford College Guttman Community College Hacienda La Puente Unified School District-Adult Education Harcum College Harold Washington College Harris- Stowe State University Hawaii Community College Hennepin Technical College Howard University Humboldt State University Huston-Tillotson University Indiana University, Bloomington Indiana University, South Bend  InfoTech Career College Irvine Valley College Ivy Tech Community College, Southwest and Wabash Valley Regions J.F. 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Rust College Rutgers University  Sacramento City College Saddleback College Salish Kootenai College San Diego City College San Diego Mesa College San Joaquin Delta College Santa Fe Community College Santa Monica College Santa Rosa Junior College School for International Training Shaw University  Sitting Bull College South Louisiana Community College  South Puget Sound Community College Southern California University of Health Sciences Southern Maine Community College Southern Methodist University (SMU) Southwestern College Spartan College of Aeronatuics and Technology Spencerian College St. Catherine University St. Charles Community College St. Cloud State University St. Norbert College Stanbridge College Stony Brook University Sullivan University Summit Salon Academy SUNY Empire State College Susquehanna University Tarleton State University Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Harriman Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Whiteville Texas A&M University, Commerce Texas A&M University, San Antonio Texas College Texas Health and Science University Texas Southern University The Art Institute of San Antonio The College of Health Care Professions The College of New Jersey The Commonwealth Medical College The University of Arizona The University of New Orleans The University of Southern Maine The University of Southern Mississippi Transylvania University Trevecca Nazarene University Trocaire College Tusculum College Umpqua Community College Union County College Union Theological Seminary United Tribes Technical College Universidad Central del Caribe University at Buffalo University of Baltimore University of Central Missouri University of Central Oklahoma University of Cincinnati University of Delaware University of Hawaii, Hilo University of Houston University of Idaho University of Illinois at Chicago University of La Verne University of Louisiana at Lafayette University of Maine University of Maryland Baltimore County University of Memphis University of 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07 ноября, 13:46

Chemical Stocks' Earnings to Watch on Nov 8: ASH, WLK, VVV

We take a look at three chemical companies that are lined up to report their quarterly results on Nov 8.

14 октября, 16:15

New Strong Sell Stocks for October 14th

Here are 5 stocks added to the Zacks Rank #5 (Strong Sell) List for Friday

04 октября, 04:09

Pence previews Kaine attacks on eve of debate

ASHLAND, Va. — Mike Pence blasted Tim Kaine’s record as governor of Virginia here on Kaine’s home turf Monday on the eve of their first and only debate.Pence has mostly ignored Hillary Clinton’s running mate this campaign, focusing instead on going after Clinton herself. But Monday night, whether because of the looming debate or the crowd of Virginia Republicans, Pence took aim at Kaine, who has been serving in elected office in this state for all but a few months since 1994.“Tomorrow morning I’m going to be heading over to Farmville, at Longwood University, a little bit of a debate with your governor — your former governor — and your senator, Tim Kaine,” Pence said, eliciting boos from the crowd. “While I expect we’re going to be talking about the visions and the choice the American people face at the top of the ticket, I kind of hope we get to talk about our records as well, because they’re just a little bit different.”Pence went on to accuse Kaine of trying to raise taxes “by $4 billion” as governor and blamed the Democrat for an inability “to get a roads bill passed.” “In Indiana, we’re the crossroads of America, I actually signed into law $2.5 billion in roads and bridges and infrastructure for Indiana,” Pence said. “He left the state $2 billion in the hole, I’m proud to say we’ve got the largest surplus in Indiana history, more than $2 billion in the bank.”He also hit Kaine for a rising unemployment rate during his governorship, which coincided with the Great Recession.Pence touted his record in Indiana as “exactly the kind of leadership that Donald Trump is going to bring to the White House with exactly the same results.” The barbs will be flying both ways Tuesday night, and Pence will likely target most of his fire on the top of the ticket. He essentially said as much earlier in the rally.“I’m looking forward to it, I can’t wait,” he said. “I mean Hillary Clinton’s record on foreign affairs alone could take up the whole 90 minutes. And it wouldn’t be a pretty picture.” But Kaine will also be looking to put Pence on the defensive over some of Trump’s recent controversies. Pence has acknowledged differences between he and Trump, as he did Monday night, but chalks them up to different styles.“We’re a little bit different,” Pence acknowledged to laughter, but added they have found much in common since getting to know each other. It was also announced Monday that Pence will depart on a campaign bus tour Wednesday morning after the debate, holding events in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio and North Carolina during the four-day swing.

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01 октября, 23:58

September 2016: Unofficial Problem Bank list declines to 177 Institutions, Q3 2016 Transition Matrix

This is an unofficial list of Problem Banks compiled only from public sources.Here is the unofficial problem bank list for September 2016. Changes and comments from surferdude808: Update on the Unofficial Problem Bank List for September 2016.  During the month, the list fell from 184 institutions to 177 after eight removals and one addition.  Assets dropped by $1.1 billion to an aggregate $55.4 billion.  A year ago, the list held 276 institutions with assets of $82.0 billion.This month, actions have been terminated against Frontier State Bank, Oklahoma City, OK ($661 million); Peoples State Bank of Commerce, Nolensville, TN ($152 million); North Georgia National Bank, Calhoun, GA ($119 million); Anchor Commercial Bank, Juno Beach, FL ($105 million); State Bank of Taunton, Taunton, MN ($50 million); and Mainstreet Bank, Ashland, MO ($44 million).Allied Bank, Mulberry, AR ($66 million) failed on September 23rd and, in an infrequent event, Fidelity National Bank, Medford, WI closed through a voluntary liquidation on September 1st.The addition this month was First Trust & Savings Bank of Albany, Illinois, Albany, IL ($222 million).With it being the end of the third quarter, we bring an updated transition matrix to detail how banks are moving off the Unofficial Problem Bank List.  Since the Unofficial Problem Bank List was first published on August 7, 2009 with 389 institutions, a total of 1,713 institutions have appeared on a weekly or monthly list at some point.  Only 10.3 percent of the banks that have appeared on the list remain today.  In all, there have been 1,536 institutions that have transitioned through the list.  Departure methods include 875 action terminations, 400 failures, 245 mergers, and 16 voluntary liquidations.  Of the 389 institutions on the first published list, 20 or 5.1 percent still remain more than seven years later.  The 400 failures represent 23.4 percent of the 1,713 institutions that have made an appearance on the list.  This failure rate is well above the 10-12 percent rate frequently cited in media reports on the failure rate of banks on the FDIC's official list.Unofficial Problem Bank ListChange Summary  Number of InstitutionsAssets ($Thousands)Start (8/7/2009)  389276,313,429   Subtractions        Action Terminated169(63,786,937)  Unassisted Merger39(9,713,878)  Voluntary Liquidation4(10,584,114)  Failures157(184,803,449)  Asset Change(1,465,675)  Still on List at 9/30/2016  205,962,376  Additions after8/7/2009  15749,503,834  End (9/30//2016)  17755,466,210  Intraperiod Deletions1        Action Terminated706284,256,499  Unassisted Merger20680,490,602  Voluntary Liquidation122,474,477  Failures243119,858,467  Total1,167487,080,0451Institution not on 8/7/2009 or 9/30/2016 list but appeared on a weekly list.

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26 сентября, 23:15

Ashland Divests Stake In Valvoline Through IPO In Two Step Separation

Offering Expected to Close on 9/28/16 On September 23, 2016, shares of Valvoline Inc. (NYSE: VVV); $23.10; Market Capitalization: $4.6 billion), the lubricant arm of Ashland Inc. (NYSE: ASH; $118.22; Market Capitalization: $7.3 billion), began trading on NYSE under the symbol “VVV”. On September 22, 2016, VVV raised around $660 million [...]

23 сентября, 17:54

10 States With the Lowest Cost of Living in 2016

Looking to keep up your lifestyle, but do so in a less expensive area? These are the ten American cities with the lowest cost of living.

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22 августа, 13:01

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On August 5, US sheet producers saw the culmination of many months of work as the US Department of Commerce released its final determinations of countervailing and anti-dumping duties against hot-rolled coil (HRC) imports, the last of the three major unfair trade cases on sheet steel. The duties in the other two cases, on imports […] The post US flat-rolled sheet producers on their road to recovery appeared first on The Barrel Blog.

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22 августа, 13:01

US flat-rolled sheet producers on their road to recovery

On August 5, US sheet producers saw the culmination of many months of work as the US Department of Commerce released its final determinations of countervailing and anti-dumping duties against hot-rolled coil (HRC) imports, the last of the three major unfair trade cases on sheet steel. The duties in the other two cases, on imports […] The post US flat-rolled sheet producers on their road to recovery appeared first on The Barrel Blog.

10 августа, 02:27

President Obama Signs Wisconsin Disaster Declaration

The President today declared a major disaster exists in the State of Wisconsin and ordered federal aid to supplement state, tribal, and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe storms and flooding during the period of July 11-12, 2016. Federal funding is available to state, tribal, and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for emergency work and the repair or replacement of facilities damaged by the severe storms and flooding in the counties of Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Florence, Iron, Sawyer, and Washburn and the Bad River Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe. Federal funding is also available on a cost-sharing basis for hazard mitigation measures in all areas within the state. W. Craig Fugate, Administrator, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security, named Benigno Bern Ruiz as the Federal Coordinating Officer for federal recovery operations in the affected area.  FEMA said additional designations may be made at a later date if requested by the state and warranted by the results of further damage assessments. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION MEDIA SHOULD CONTACT:  FEMA NEWS DESK AT (202) 646-3272 OR [email protected]

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28 июля, 17:10

Ashland downgraded to neutral from outperform at Credit Suisse

This is a Real-time headline. These are breaking news, delivered the minute it happens, delivered ticker-tape style. Visit www.marketwatch.com or the quote page for more information about this breaking news.

25 июля, 16:30

Chemical Stocks Jul 26 Earnings Preview: DD, ASH, AXTA, LNDC

We take a look at four chemical companies that are scheduled to report their quarterly results on Jul 26.

13 июля, 14:55

Ashland (ASH) Reaches Key Milestone in Valvoline Split

Ashland (ASH) has reached an important milestone in its earlier announced plans to separate into two independent, publicly traded companies.

13 июля, 11:55

The wrong state to have an accident

Obamacare was supposed to improve health care equality. But for some people, state politics has made the problem much worse.

27 июня, 13:45

Ashland Partners with Distributor HORN for Oil and Gas Market

Ashland Inc. (ASH) has chosen a new distribution partner, HORN, for all its products in the oil and gas segment throughout the U.S., effective Jul 1, 2016.

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08 июня, 14:05

Ashland's (ASH) Valvoline Gets New CFO Before Planned IPO

Ashland Inc. (ASH) has appointed Mary Meixelsperger as the new Chief Financial Officer ("CFO") of its current fully-owned subsidiary, Valvoline Inc.