The Board of Directors of the American Soybean Association (ASA) has confirmed Johnny Dodson from Halls, Tennessee, as President, and John Hoffman from Waterloo, Iowa, as Chairman. Board members also elected Rob Joslin from Sidney, Ohio, to serve as First Vice President, an office that places Joslin in line to be ASA President next year. Also elected were Ron Kindred from Atlanta, Illinois, as Secretary, and Steve Wellman from Syracuse, Nebraska, as Treasurer. Four Vice Presidents also were elected: Randy Mann from Auburn, Kentucky; Alan Kemper from Lafayette, Indiana; Ray Gaesser from Corning, Iowa; and Joe Steiner from Mason, Ohio. These soybean producer-leaders form the nine-member ASA Executive Committee. Elections were held on Thursday, Dec. 11, during ASA’s winter Board of Director’s meeting in Saint Louis.”The outlook for both the soybean industry and the American Soybean Association is bright,” Dodson said. “We are a grassroots agricultural organization and one of the keys to our success is membership. The leadership of ASA gets direction from our membership and we encourage our members to continue to participate in ASA and their state affiliates.””For over 88 years, the American Soybean Association has been a leader in the U.S. soybean industry and soybean farm and trade policy,” said ASA First Vice President Rob Joslin. “As chairman of ASA’s Public Affairs committee, I’m looking forward to working with ASA leaders to continue our domestic and international policy work. Among the issues that we will need to work on in the coming year are implementation of the Farm Bill, climate change legislation and free trade agreements.”Following the elections, committee assignments were announced. Public Affairs Committee Chairman Rob Joslin is joined by committee members Alan Kemper (IN), Dan Beenken (IA), Charles Cannatella (LA), Kelly Forck (MO), Ray Gaesser (IA), Ted Glaub (AR), Leo Guilbeault (Canada), Ron Kindred (IL), Joe Layton (M-A), Robert Ross (OK), Curt Sindergard (IA), Lawrence Sukalski (MN), Jack Trumbo (KY) and Steve Wellman (NE).The Membership Services & Corporate Relations committee Chairman is Joe Steiner, with committee members Ron Bunjer (MN), Mark Detweiler (GA/FL), M.D. Floyd (SC), Mark Jackson (IA), Joseph Mills (AL), David Poppens (SD), Mike Skinner (TX), Jeff Sollars (OH), Warren Stemme (MO), Andy Welden (MI), Wyatt Whitford (NC) and Bob Worth (MN).Randy Mann was appointed Chairman of the Trade Policy & International Affairs Committee. Committee members are Dennis Bogaards (IA), Mike Cunningham (IL), John Freeman (AR), Scott Fritz (IN), Tim Goodenough (WI), Bob Henry (KS), Kevin Hoyer (WI), Dennis Jaeger (SD), Jason Nelson (ND), Jim Miller (NE), Ron Moore (IL), Danny Murphy (MS), Barb Overlie (MN), Lance Peterson (MN) and Charles Skalsky (VA).Steve Wellman was appointed Chairman of the Finance Committee, with Ray Gaesser (IA), Ted Glaub (AR), Bob Henry (KS) and Joe Layton (M-A), serving as committee members.The Board welcomed nine new members who are Jim Miller (NE), Dave Poppens (SD), Lance Peterson (MN), Lawrence Sukalski (MN), Ron Bunjer (MN), John Freeman (AR), Jeff Sollars (OH), Warren Stemme (MO) and Jason Nelson (ND).ASA also recognized retiring directors Bob Rikli (NE), Bob Metz (SD), Gary Joachim (MN), Ed Hegland (MN), Greg Devries (Canada), Mark Watkins (OH), Neal Bredehoeft (MO) and Rick Ostlie (ND).
o What: Opening Reception for “YES!”o When: 5:30 to 9 tonight. Exhibit runs until June 29.o Where: North Bank Artists Community Project Gallery, 1005 Main St., Vancouver.o Information: North Bank gallery website and 360-693-1840.“YES!” is about big ideas and big art. Inspired in part by the message of Yoko Ono’s famous mid-1960s art installation — where visitors ascended a ladder and used a hanging magnifying glass to focus on the tiny word “YES” — the latest North Bank Artists Gallery exhibit aims to impart a message of positivity.“It encouraged people to look up to see the word ‘yes,’ and it being a metaphor for being positive,” said exhibit curator and Vancouver artist Erin Dengerink.The group show, which opens today, features work by Dengerink and four other Northwest artists. Though their styles are varied, each of the artists’ pieces are tied together through their use of non-traditional materials. The works are big too, not just in feeling, but in size. On one wall, two large, fantastical drawings by Dengerink show her children — Amelia, 14, and Annabel, 11 — seeming to float while looking forward and upward. The girls were somewhat blase about their likenesses being used in the show, mostly because they are now used to being drawn by their mother, who has devoted so much of her life to her craft after journeying into the professional art world a few years ago.“So for them, it’s old hat,” Dengerink laughed.Other pieces in the show include water-filled sculptures of black porcelain by Portland’s Terri Bradley and a wall covered in rows of silverware crafted from fragrant cinnamon bark by Lindsay William of Portland. The exhibit also includes work from two Seattle artists: Danielle Foushee, who is exhibiting a sculpture that drips blue ink, and Sarah Paul Ocampo, who will show a quiltlike installation made of debris she collected from New York sidewalks over the course of two years.
JERUSALEM: Israel’s interior minister said Friday he has received and granted a request by Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib to enter the Israeli-occupied West Bank on humanitarian grounds. The decision marked the latest sharp reversal over what had been a planned visit by Tlaib and fellow Democrat, Rep. Ilhan Omar, to Jerusalem and the West Bank. Also Read – Watch: Donald Trump says Florida faces absolute monster hurricane Advertise With Us On Thursday, Israel had announced it is barring the two from entry — an unprecedented move targeting members of the U.S. Congress. Israel’s decision came after President Donald Trump said in a tweet it would show “weakness” to allow in the two Muslim members of Congress who have been sharply critical of him and of Israel’s policies toward the Palestinians. Also Read – Pakistan test-fires 290-km range missile Advertise With Us The decision by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu — and Trump’s prior prodding — had sparked widespread criticism, including from Israeli and Jewish organization which said it was an affront to U.S. institutions to bar the entry of members of Congress. Critics also argued that it weakened Israel’s traditionally strong ties with the U.S. through heavy-handed partisanship. Advertise With Us On Friday, Israeli Interior Minister Aryeh Deri announced the latest twist — that Tlaib had requested and been granted permission to enter the West Bank to see relatives, including her 90-year-old grandmother. Deri’s office published what it said was Tlaib’s written request, on congressional stationery. In her letter, Tlaib said this would likely be the last chance to see her grandmother and that she would respect any restrictions and “not promote boycotts” during her visit. Tlaib’s office could not immediately be reached for comment. Deri’s office said he “decided to allow her entry to Israel and hopes she will stand by her commitment and that the visit will be for humanitarian needs only.” Tlaib’s apparent pledge to conduct the visit in line with restrictions imposed by Israel was bound to anger Palestinians who had hoped the congressional tour, organized by a Palestinian group, would highlight their plight. Israel captured the West Bank, Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war. Palestinians hope to establish an independent state on those lands. Tlaib and Omar are known as supporters of “boycott, divestment and sanctions,” or BDS, a Palestinian-led global movement. Israel alleges that BDS targets Israel’s very existence, while the movement’s supporters say it is intended as leverage to end more than half a century of Israeli military rule over Palestinians. Israel’s decision Thursday had been an extraordinary step bringing the longtime U.S. ally into Trump’s domestic fight against political rivals at home. The U.S. president was essentially relying on Israel to retaliate against Tlaib and Omar. The two are part of the “squad” of liberal newcomers — all women of colour — whom Trump has labelled the face of the Democratic Party as he runs for re-election. Trump’s actions marked a glaring departure from the tradition of American politicians leaving domestic disputes at the water’s edge. For Israel, the willingness to the side so pointedly with Trump marks a deeper foray into America’s bitterly polarized politics and risks its relationship with Congress. Israel announced the ban Thursday after Trump tweeted that “it would show great weakness” if the two were allowed to visit. Asked later if he had spoken to Netanyahu, he said, “I did talk to people over there,” but he declined to say to whom. Omar, who became the first Somali-American elected to Congress, denounced the ban on her and Tlaib’s tour as “an affront” and “an insult to democratic values.” In Israel, Netanyahu said Thursday that his country remains “open to critics and criticism,” except for those who advocate boycotts against it.
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By Hamil R. Harris, Special to the AFROPrince George’s County residents are poised to elect a new generation of lawmakers who political analysts and community leaders say represent a partial rebuke of the country’s old political guard who many say have grown out of touch with the needs of ordinary people.Former NAACP President Ben Jealous beat Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker for the largest prize in the Maryland Democratic primary that also saw voters go to the polls to help State’s Attorney Angela Alsobrooks defeat former Congresswoman Donna Edwards and Calvin Hawkins win the Democratic nomination for a new at-large seat on the Prince George’s County Council.“Jealous represents more youthful progressive insurgency politics unlike Rushern Baker who was more of a traditional moderate,” said Alvin Thornton, a veteran political science professor, who added if the Democrats are to win in November they will need help from the disciples of U.S. Sen. Bernard Sanders. “If not they can learn lessons from former Lt. Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend or former Lt Governor Anthony Brown.”Alsobrooks ascribed her win to voters’ desire for a brighter future.“Thank you so much to the people of Prince George’s County,” she said during her victory celebration at the Hotel at the University of Maryland. “We believe in our future. We believe that we can grow. Prince Georgians believe in Prince George’s County.”While many say that Hogan will be hard to be beat because Jealous has never held an elected office, the gubernatorial candidate reminded reporters in Baltimore on June 26 that Hogan never held office before he was elected governor of Maryland and some observers say that Jealous will definitely take Hogan on about a range of issues.In terms of the new political kids on the block, former Clerk of the County Court Sydney Harrison won the District 9 council seat. Harrison was a product of a sexual assault on his mother but he has never shied away from his story while speaking as a motivational speaker.And in one of the biggest surprises of the night, former Maryland State Del. Joseph Vallario Jr. was defeated by former school board member Ron L. Watson for seat 23B in the Maryland House of Delegates.Rev. Henry Davis, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Highland Park, said the election Tuesday night is a new milestone from Maryland to New York, where a 28-year-old woman defeated a veteran Democrat.“It is a very exciting season a season of possibilities,” Davis said. “It’s a new chapter with new persons. It is way to shape the future in Prince George’s County and in the state of Maryland. People are rising to political promise out of nowhere.”
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Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday expressed her displeasure with the police for restricting public vehicles in order to let her convoy pass. Banerjee, who had landed at Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport in Kolkata from Chennai in the evening, was on her way home. During her journey she noticed massive traffic congestion at Tegharia. Sources informed that in order to provide safe passage to her convoy, all the vehicles were diverted to the service road and the traffic was blocked near the Tegharia crossing. While on her way home, Banerjee noticed the arrangement and stopped her car at Tegharia. She reportedly got down from her car and expressed displeasure seeing public vehicles stopped for a long time. When she learnt that police had restricted public vehicles to let her convoy pass, Banerjee instructed police to take steps to clear the snarl immediately. Sources said that she has instructed police not to stop public vehicles for passage of VIP vehicles in future.
How men can have a healthy 2019 Widjojo sees weaknesses on both sides: Jokowi, who lacks confidence without the army at his side, and in the military where many still “cling to the extensive role” of the past.Jokowi, who is military supreme commander, caused a stir earlier this month when he was photographed at the presidential palace wearing army fatigues rather than a neutral military uniform that would show him as an impartial leader of the armed forces’ three branches. He says his nomination of army Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo as military commander was based on the “latest geopolitical and geostrategic situation.”Despite a reputation for brutality, the image of Indonesia’s armed forces, known as the TNI, has improved since Suharto’s departure, when it relinquished control of internal security, though gray areas remained.According to the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict in Jakarta, the military benefits from favorable comparisons with the poor image of the police, which has worsened this year as it attacked the anti-graft agency. That has allowed the army to portray itself as honest, civic minded and loyal to the president. Separated from the military after the Suharto era, the police grew into a powerful institution and also one of the most loathed as low wages encouraged corruption and lack of professionalism worsened communal conflicts. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Comments Share Indonesia is by far the most populous nation and biggest economy in Southeast Asia. The resilience of its democracy has extra significance at a time when China’s authoritarian leaders are testing U.S. primacy in the region and American relations with Thailand, a key regional ally, have chilled.The region of some 600 million people is accustomed to rule by autocrats and Indonesia is not alone in struggling to nurture faith in the messy processes of democracy while also meeting expectations for improved living standards.Last year, generals overthrew civilian rule in perennially unstable Thailand and have no firm timetable for elections. The military remains deeply embedded in Myanmar’s nascent democracy, while Malaysia’s opposition alliance has collapsed, dimming chances of a change in government after decades of rule by one party.The risk of greater army involvement is that it “might cause failure in the progress of the transition to democracy for Indonesia,” said Agus Widjojo, a retired Indonesian army general who helped lead reforms of the military. “If this is a relapse and a counter-reaction, especially if it starts from the military, it can cause a ripple effect.” Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Sponsored Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories The army is “definitely moving into civilian spheres no question,” said Sidney Jones, the institute’s director. But the institute does not believe the TNI is intent on returning to the center of the political stage. Instead it aims to claim internal security roles such as counter-terrorism from the police and secure more opportunities to bring in cash outside of the national budget.The money-making opportunities extend to the local level where the military and police compete for lucrative alliances with criminal gangs in the drug trade and other illegal activities, said Hadiz. Jokowi’s appointment of Nurmantyo to head the military suggests the president’s tacit backing of the army in that rivalry, he said.As the army tests how far it can extend its authority, particularly if it gets involved with anti-corruption policing, it will face opposition from activists and politicians who prospered in a democracy where the military were comparative outsiders, said Hadiz.“However, these same politicians seem to instinctively reach out to the military when they are in trouble,” he said.___Associated Press writer Niniek Karmini contributed to this report. ___Follow Stephen Wright at twitter.com/stephenwrightAPCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Now, the army is creeping into areas beyond defense as inexperienced President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo relies on it to strengthen his hand against the powerful and unruly police and political parties allied to former President Megawati Sukarnoputri.Megawati, the daughter of Indonesia’s first president, Sukarno, positioned herself as the power behind Jokowi’s presidency by letting her party back him during last year’s election.The army has signed agreements with government ministries and state companies that involve it in areas such as providing security for airports, bus stations and railways and helping farmers increase their crops. Some officials have called for army involvement in Indonesia’s anticorruption agency to counter attempts by police and their political allies to neuter an institution that is effective and feared.Jokowi recently nominated an army general to head all military forces, breaking with the schedule of a reform-minded convention of rotating the post between the navy, air force and army.“I think it is obvious that the move is calculated to bring the army on side given that the president is having so much trouble from friends and foes alike,” said Vedi Hadiz, an Indonesia expert at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. “It is only the army that can scare the police.” Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Nearly two decades after the fall of dictator Suharto forced Indonesia’s military out of politics, the army is inching back into civilian roles, risking a setback for democracy in this Southeast Asian nation and perhaps even for the turbulent region.The vast Indonesian archipelago is one of the world’s most-populous democracies and also among the youngest. Many Indonesians welcomed the army’s retreat from politics after Suharto’s often brutal 32-year rule was ended by mass protests in 1998. But years later, analysts and former generals say the military’s national defense role is still not fully accepted among officers or the rank-and-file. In this Friday, April 17, 2015 photo, Indonesian Army Chief of Staff Gen. Gatot Nurmantyo, center, greets National Police Chief Gen. Badrodin Haiti, left, and Navy Chief of Staff Adm. Ade Supandi during a ceremony at the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesia. Indonesian President Joko Widodo recently nominated Nurmantyo to head all military forces, breaking with the convention of rotating the position between the navy, air force and army. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim) Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help
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