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2019年07月16日 08:22:46

Weekly Address: Good News from the Auto IndustryAs the auto industry and financial markets begin to stabilize, the President says the government’s emergency interventions are now winding down. He pledges that real reform, particularly on Wall Street, must now begin.Download Video: mp4 (172MB) | mp3 (6MB) 201004/102278兴山县人民中妇幼保健医院有泌尿科吗In this week’s address, President Obama laid out a policy agenda that would strengthen our economy and create jobs right here in America by offering tax incentives to businesses that hire new employees, making the research and experimentation tax credit permanent and providing a tax cut for clean energy manufacturing. The President also wants to close tax loopholes worth billions of dollars that encourage companies to invest in overseas, while Republicans in the House have voted 11 times in just the last four years to keep those loopholes open. Download mp4 (102MB) | mp3 (3MB)201010/115918宜昌人民中妇幼保健医院男科专家21世纪杯全国英语演讲比赛 第八名 美国经典英文演讲100篇总统演讲布莱尔首相演讲美国总统布什演讲快报 200808/46741Good morning. This week I'm visiting Singapore, Indonesia, and Vietnam, where I'm attending the annual summit of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum. On this trip, I am carrying a message for the people of this region. America will remain engaged in Asia because our interests depend on the expansion of freedom and opportunity in this vital part of the world.Asia is important to America because prosperity in our country depends on trade with Asia's growing economies. Today, America's trade across the Pacific is greater than our trade across the Atlantic, and we need to continue opening up markets in this part of the world to American goods and services. My position is clear: As long as the playing field is level, America's farmers, small businesses, and workers can compete with anyone, so America will continue to pursue free and fair trade at every level with individual countries across whole regions and through the World Trade Organization. By opening new markets for American goods and services, we help create new customers for our products abroad and jobs and opportunities for our workers and small businesses at home.Asia is also important to America because our nations face common challenges like energy and disease that transcend borders. Our growing economies are too dependent on oil, and we have a common interest in pursuing affordable, reliable energy alternatives. So we're working with our partners in this region to develop new energy technologies that will make us less dependent on oil, including clean coal and ethanol, bio-diesel and hydrogen fuel cells.We are also working with our partners in the region to address the threat of diseases like Avian flu, which has the potential to claim many lives and inflict terrible damage on our societies if not detected and stopped quickly -- so we're sharing information and putting wise preparedness plans in place to help ensure that we can contain the sp of Avian flu and be y if a pandemic ever occurs. By coming together to address these and other challenges, we're helping build more hopeful societies in Asia and stronger partners for America.Finally, Asia is important to America because we face common threats to our security. The people of this region understand the terrorist threat because they have been targets of terrorist violence. Since September the 11th, the terrorists have attacked a nightclub in Bali, a hotel in Jakarta, a ferry packed with passengers in Manila Bay, a school full of children in Russia, Australia's embassy in Indonesia and many other targets. The killers who committed these acts of terror are followers of a clear and focused ideology that hates freedom, rejects tolerance -- and their stated goal is a radical Islamic empire stretching from Europe to Southeast Asia.The greatest danger in our world today is that these terrorists could get their hands on weapons of mass destruction and use them to blackmail free nations or kill on an unimaginable scale. This threat poses a risk to our entire civilization, and we're working with our partners in the Asia Pacific region to defeat it.In my meetings with leaders in the region, we discussed the threat of proliferation from North Korea. After North Korea's recent nuclear test, the ed Nations Security Council passed a unanimous resolution imposing sanctions on North Korea's regime, and America is working with our partners to enforce those sanctions. We will also continue working with Japan, China, South Korea, and Russia through the Six-Party talks. Our nations are speaking with one voice: North Korea must abandon its nuclear weapons programs, and we will not tolerate North Korea's proliferation of nuclear technology to hostile regimes and terrorist networks.In the long run, the surest path to security is the expansion of freedom. History shows that free societies are peaceful societies, so America is committed to advancing freedom and democracy as the great alternative to repression and radicalism. And by standing with our allies in the Asia Pacific region, we will defend our free way of life, confront the challenges of a new century, and build a more hopeful, peaceful, and prosperous future for our children and grandchildren.Thank you for listening. 200703/10774宜昌西陵区不孕不育预约

宜昌男科医院最好兴山县人民中妇幼保健医院尿科We can turn rivers in their courses, level mountains to the plains.我们能够使河流改道,能够把高山夷为平原,海洋、陆地和天空都成了我们进行大规模贸易的通衢。Oceans and land and sky are avenues for our colossal commerce. Disease diminishes and life lengthens.疾病大为减少,人的寿命正在延长。Yet the promise of this life is imperiled by the very genius that has made it possible. Nations amass wealth.但是,这种生活的希望,正是由于使其成为可能的人类创造才能而处于危险之中。各个国家正在聚积财富。Labor sweats to create—and turns out devices to level not only mountains but also cities.劳动的汗水创造并生产出来的器械,不仅可以夷平高山,而且也能摧毁城池。Science seems y to confer upon us, as its final gift, the power to erase human life from this planet.科学看来准备送给人类一件最后的礼物,这就是能把人类生活从这个星球抹去的力量。At such a time in history, we who are free must proclaim anew our faith.在这样一个历史的时刻,我们既为自由的人,就必须重申我们的信念。This faith is the abiding creed of our fathers.这个信念曾是我们先辈奉守的信条,It is our faith in the deathless dignity of man, governed by eternal moral and natural laws.也就是关于在永恒道德和自然法则的制约下人类尊严永存的信念。This faith defines our full view of life.这个信念确定了我们对生活的全部看法,It establishes, beyond debate, those gifts of the Creator that are mans inalienable rights, and that make all men equal in His sight.并且无可辩驳地实了造物主对人类的赐予——即人类拥有多项不可剥夺的权利,所有人在上帝面前一律平等。In the light of this equality, we know that the virtues most cherished by free people love of truth, pride of work, devotion to country我们知道,根据这个平等的原则,自由的人民极为珍视的美德乃是热爱真理、以工作为荣和忠于祖国。all are treasures equally precious in the lives of the most humble and of the most exalted.这些不论对最卑贱者还是最高贵者,都是生活中弥足珍贵的宝藏。The men who mine coal and fire furnaces and balance ledgers and turn lathes and pick cotton and heal the sick and plant corn那些从事诸如采煤、烧锅炉、理帐、开车床、摘棉花、治疗和种玉米之类工作的人们,all serve as proudly, and as profitably, for America as the statesmen who draft treaties and the legislators who enact laws.与草拟条约的政治家和制定法律的立法者一样,都在自豪而又卓有成效地为美国务。This faith rules our whole way of life. It decrees that we, the people, elect leaders not to rule but to serve.这个信念配着我们的整个生活方式。它要求我们人民选举领导人的目的不是为了让他们统治,而是要他们务;It asserts that we have the right to choice of our own work and to the reward of our own toil.它宣布我们,有权选择自己的工作,有权得到自己劳动的报酬;It inspires the initiative that makes our productivity the wonder of the world.它激发我们的首创精神,使我国生产力成为世界一大奇迹;And it warns that any man who seeks to deny equality among all his brothers betrays the spirit of the free and invites the mockery of the tyrant.它还告诫我们,任何人如果企图否认其同胞的平等,就等于背叛了自由的精神,必定招致暴君的嘲弄。02/437491Working Together for Immigration Reformmp4 视频下载 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENTAFTER MEETING WITH MEMBERS OF CONGRESSTO DISCUSS IMMIGRATIONState Dining Room 3:17 P.M. EDTTHE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody. We have just finished what I consider to be a very productive meeting on one of the most critical issues that I think this nation faces, and that is an immigration system that is broken and needs fixing.We have members of Congress from both chambers, from parties, who have participated in the meeting and shared a range of ideas. I think the consensus is that despite our inability to get this passed over the last several years, the American people still want to see a solution in which we are tightening up our borders, or cracking down on employers who are using illegal workers in order to drive down wages -- and oftentimes mistreat those workers. And we need a effective way to recognize and legalize the status of undocumented workers who are here.Now, this is -- there is not by any means consensus across the table. As you can see, we've got a pretty diverse spectrum of folks here. But what I'm encouraged by is that after all the overheated rhetoric and the occasional demagoguery on all sides around this issue, we've got a responsible set of leaders sitting around the table who want to actively get something done and not put it off until a year, two years, three years, five years from now, but to start working on this thing right now.My administration is fully behind an effort to achieve comprehensive immigration reform. I have asked my Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Secretary Janet Napolitano, to lead up a group that is going to be working with a leadership group from both the House and the Senate to start systematically working through these issues from the congressional leaders and those with the relevant jurisdiction. What we've heard is through a process of regular order, they would like to work through these issues both in the House and in the Senate.In the meantime, administratively there are a couple of things that our administration has aly begun to do. The FBI has cleared much of the backlog of immigration background checks that was really holding up the legal immigration process. DHS is aly in the process of cracking down on unscrupulous employers, and, in collaboration with the Department of Labor, working to protect those workers from exploitation.The Department of Homeland Security has also been making good progress in speeding up the processing of citizenship petitions, which has been far too slow for far too long -- and that, by the way, is an area of great consensus, cuts across Democratic and Republican parties, the notion that we've got to make our legal system of immigration much more efficient and effective and customer-friendly than it currently is.Today I'm pleased to announce a new collaboration between my Chief Information Officer, my Chief Performance Officer, my Chief Technologies Officer and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Office to make the agency much more efficient, much more transparent, much more user-friendly than it has been in the past.In the next 90 days, USCIS will launch a vastly improved Web site that will, for the first time ever, allow applicants to get updates on their status of their applications via e-mail and text message and online. And anybody who's dealt with families who are trying to deal with -- navigate the immigration system, this is going to save them huge amounts of time standing in line, waiting around, making phone calls, being put on hold. It's an example of some things that we can do administratively even as we're working through difficult issues surrounding comprehensive immigration.And the idea is very simple here: We're going to leverage cutting-edge technology to reduce the unnecessary paperwork, backlogs, and the lack of transparency that's caused so many people so much heartache.Now, we all know that comprehensive immigration reform is difficult. We know it's a sensitive and politically volatile issue. One of the things that was said around the table is the American people still don't have enough confidence that Congress and any administration is going to get serious about border security, and so they're concerned that any immigration reform simply will be a short-term legalization of undocumented workers with no long-term solution with respect to future flows of illegal immigration.What's also been acknowledged is that the 12 million or so undocumented workers are here -- who are not paying taxes in the ways that we'd like them to be paying taxes, who are living in the shadows, that that is a group that we have to deal with in a practical, common-sense way. And I think the American people are y for us to do so. But it's going to require some heavy lifting, it's going to require a victory of practicality and common sense and good policymaking over short-term politics. That's what I'm committed to doing as President.I want to especially commend John McCain, who's with me today, because along with folks like Lindsey Graham, he has aly paid a significant political cost for doing the right thing. I stand with him, I stand with Nydia Velázquez and others who have taken leadership on this issue. I am confident that if we enter into this with the notion that this is a nation of laws that have to be observed and this is a nation of immigrants, then we're going to create a stronger nation for our children and our grandchildren.So thank you all for participating. I'm looking forward to us getting busy and getting to work. All right? Thank you.Oh, and by the way, I hope everybody has got their Hawaiian shirts -- (laughter) -- and their mumus for our luau tonight.END3:24 P.M. EDT06/75685伍家岗区治疗包皮包茎哪家医院最好猇亭区人民中妇幼保健医院看泌尿科怎么样

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