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新疆解放军474医院切眼袋手术多少钱乌鲁木齐米东区膨体隆鼻多少钱Hi, everybody. On Tuesday, I gave my final State of the Union Address. And a focus was this: how do we make the new economy work better for everyone, not just those at the top?大家好!周二我发表了最后一次国情咨文演讲。其中重点就是:我们如何保在新经济环境下,更好的让每个人都从发展中受益,而不仅仅是社会顶层的少数人?After the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes, were in the midst of the longest streak of private-sector job growth in our history. More than 14 million new jobs. An unemployment rate cut in half. At the same time, our economy continues to go through profound changes that began long before the Great Recession hit. Its changed to the point where even when folks have jobs; even when the economy is growing; its harder for hardworking families to pull themselves out of poverty, harder for young people to start out on their careers, and tougher for workers to retire when they want to.在经历我们此生遭遇的最严重的经济危机之后,我们正处在私有经济发展最良好的历史窗口期中。新增就业岗位超过1400万个。失业率也下降了一半。与此同时,我们的经济也正在经历深刻的变革,这一变革远在大萧条之前就已经开始。这种变革就在于,即便人们有了工作,即便经济一直在不断发展,对工薪家庭而言,要靠他们自身的力量摆脱贫困越来越难,年轻人想要找到一份好工作也越来越难,劳动者想要体面退休也变得越来越难。Thats a big part of the reason a lot of working families are feeling anxious. And it offends our fundamentally American belief that everybody who works hard should be able to get ahead.这正是大量工薪家庭越来越焦虑的主要原因所在。这种情绪侵蚀了美国人民坚定的信念:即每个辛勤付出的人都可以获得成功。Thats why weve been fighting so hard to give families more opportunity and more security-by working to create more good jobs, invest in our middle class, and help working people get a raise. Its what the Affordable Care Act is all about-filling in the gaps in employer-based care so that when somebody loses a job, or goes back to school, or starts that new business, they still have health care. And its why I believe weve got to take steps to modernize our unemployment insurance system.正因如此,我们一直在努力,给每个家庭更多机会,更多保障。努力为大家提供更多工作机会,对中产阶级进行投资,提高工薪人员工资。这也正是《平价医保法》所做的事情,弥补雇主提供的保障留下的空缺,这样即便你失业了,或重返学校进修了,或者开办了新的公司,依然可以享受医疗保险。因此,我相信,我们需要采取措施,完善失业保险体制。If a hardworking American loses her job, regardless of what state she lives in, we should make sure she can get unemployment insurance and some help to retrain for her next job. If shes been unemployed for a while, we should reach out to her and connect her with career counseling. And if she finds a new job that doesnt pay as much as her old one, we should offer some wage insurance that helps her pay her bills. Under my plan, experienced workers who now make less than ,000 could replace half of their lost wages-up to ,000 over two years. Its a way to give families some stability and encourage folks to rejoin the workforce-because we shouldnt just be talking about unemployment; we should be talking about re-employment.如果一位辛勤工作的人失去了工作,无论她住在哪个州,我们都应该确保他可以拿到失业保险,以及获得为寻找新工作的职业培训。如果她失业有一段时间了,我们应该找到她,联系她,为她做一些职业咨询。如果她找到了一份工作,但工资没有以前的工作工资高,我们应该为她提供工资保险,让她可以付日常账单。按照我的计划,业务熟练的劳动者,如果年收入低于5万元,可以得到换工作产生的损失工资一半的收入补偿,最高可以达到两年10万元。通过这种方式,可以让众多家庭的经济基础更稳定,并鼓励人们重新参加工作,因为我们不能只是讨论失业率,我们还应该讨论讨论再就业率。Thats when America works best-when everyone has opportunity; when everyone has some security; and when everyone can contribute to this country we love. Thats how we make sure that hardworking families can get ahead. And thats what Ill be fighting for with every last day of my presidency.这是美国最好的状态,人人都有机会,人人都有保障,人人都可以为我们深爱的国家做出贡献。这样,我们就可以确保辛勤付出的工薪家庭可以取得成功。这也是我们在总统任上将持续为之奋斗的任务。Thanks everybody. Have a great weekend. 谢谢大家,周末愉快!201601/423583库尔勒永久性脱毛多少钱 World AIDS Day is a hugely important moment—both here in Britain andaround the globe.It’s a moment to reflect on the progress made, but it’s also areminder of how much more we still have to do.In recent years, there have been huge advances in treating HIV. Andthat means that if diagnosed early enough and treated properly, someone withHIV can live as long as someone without it.But too often stigma and myth prevent that from happening. People aretoo afraid to go for tests and it isn’t caught early enough. It’s estimatedthat 20 per cent of the people in Britain living with HIV, don’t know that theyhave the condition.We’ve got to bring that number down and get people the treatmentthey need. We’ve got to keep on putting every effort possible into educationand awareness and what’s more we’ve got to fight discrimination against HIVeverywhere we see it.Today’s also a moment to remember our lasting commitment to thedeveloping world. The UK’s aly dedicated a billion pounds to the GlobalFund to fight AIDS, TB and malaria and in the years ahead we’ve got to showevery bit as much commitment abroad as we do at home.This is what World AIDS Day is all about -- renewing ourdetermination and saving lives.On this important day let us all pledge to fight HIV and AIDS witheverything we’ve got and make sure that we in this generation weren’t foundwanting.Thank you for listening.201501/353322Hi, Im Senator Cory Gardner, and Im proud to represent the great state of Colorado in the ed States Senate. For decades, the ed States and our allies like Japan and South Korea have faced a complex threat in North Korea. And while the Obama Administration has rightfully focused attention on developments in the Middle East, for too long it has turned a blind eye to the North Korean threat. A rogue regime headed by a leader with no respect for human dignity, North Koreas Forgotten Maniac – Kim Jong-Un – has been met with indifference instead of resolve. Its time to reverse this Administrations failed policy of strategic patience. Recent headlines confirm this. North Korea has conducted four nuclear tests, three of which occurred during the Obama Administration. Earlier this month, North Korea launched a long-range rocket. We know that the regime is expanding its nuclear stockpile and its capabilities are growing. North Korea may aly possess as many as 20 nuclear warheads, with the potential to gain as many as 100 within the next five years. Furthermore, our military experts have warned that the situation on the Korean Peninsula may be at its most unstable point in over sixty years. They believe that North Korea has the ability to miniaturize an atomic weapon and place it on a rocket that has the ability to reach the homeland. North Koreas illicit behavior doesnt stop with its proliferation activities. The regime has intensified its cyberwarfare as evidenced by its attacks on South Koreas financial systems and the hack of Sony Pictures here in the ed States. North Korea also has a long history of horrific human rights abuses and continues to maintain a vast network of political prison camps. We can no longer stand idly by as North Korea builds an arsenal of mass destruction, grows its cyber capabilities, and tortures as many as 200,000 of its own men, women, and children. We must apply the pressure required to change the Forgotten Maniacs pattern of belligerent behavior that endangers the globe. Thats why the Senate in an overwhelming bipartisan vote, recently passed my North Korea Sanctions and Policy Enhancement Act. My bill is a tough rebuke of Kim Jung Un and a dramatic change in U.S. policy toward North Korea. It imposes mandatory sanctions on individuals who contribute to North Koreas nuclear and ballistic missile program, its malicious cyber-attacks, its censorship activities, and the regimes continued human rights abuses. It also mandates that the Administration develop a comprehensive strategy to address the regimes human rights abuses and cyber activities. The goal of this bill is simple: to quell North Koreas aggression, peacefully disarm the regime, and restore human rights. During his final State of the Union address, President Obama acknowledged that our foreign policy must be focused on the threat from ISIL and al Qaeda, but it cant stop there. And I couldnt agree more with that statement. Its time for the ed States to lead. We must set an example and send a message to the rest of the world that America will not tolerate patterns of belligerence – a message that America will lead.201602/428438乌鲁木齐市友谊医院减肥瘦身多少钱

新疆丰下巴哪个专家好If you believe that every life has equal value, its revolting to learn that some lives are seen as worth saving and others are not. We said to ourselves: ;This cant be true. But if it is true, it deserves to be the priority of our giving.;如果你认为生命都是平等的,那么当你发现某些生命被挽救了,而另一些生命被放弃了,你会感到无法接受。我们对自己说:“事情不可能是如此。如果这是真的,那么它理应是我们努力的头等大事。”So we began our work in the same way anyone here would begin it. We asked: ;How could the world let these children die?;所以,我们俩用在座任何人都会想到的方式开始工作。我们心存疑问:“这个世界怎么可以眼睁睁看着这些孩子死去?”The answer is simple, and harsh. The market did not reward saving the lives of these children, and governments did not subsidize it. So the children died because their mothers and their fathers had no power in the market and no voice in the system.很简单,也很残酷。在市场,拯救儿童是一项没有利润的工作,政府也不会提供任何补助。这些儿童之所以会死亡,是因为他们的父母在经济上没有实力,在政治上没有发言权。But you and I have both.但是,你们和我在经济上有实力,在政治上有发言权。We can make market forces work better for the poor if we can develop a more creative capitalism-if we can stretch the reach of market forces so that more people can make a profit, or at least make a living, serving people who are suffering from the great inequities. We also can press governmetns around the world to spend taxpayer money in ways that better reflect the values of the people who pay the taxes.如果我们能够设计出一种更有创新性的资本主义制度——如果我们可以改变市场,让更多的人可以获得利润,或者至少可以维持生活 ——那么,这就可以帮到那些正在极端不平等的状况中受苦的人们;那么我们就可以让市场更好地为穷人务。我们还可以向全世界的政府施压,要求他们将纳税人的钱,花到更体现纳税人价值的地方。If we can find approaches that meet the needs of the poor in the ways that generate profits for business and votes for politicians, we will have found a sustainable way to reduce inequity in the world. This task is open-ended. It can never be finished. But a conscious effort to answer this challenge can change the world.如果我们能够找到这样一种方法,既可以帮到穷人,又可以为商人带来利润,为政治家带来选票,那么我们就找到了一种减少世界性不平等的可持续的发展道路。这个任务是永无止境的。它不可能全部完成,但是任何自觉地解决这个问题的尝试,都将会改变这个世界。201405/297667乌鲁木齐整形美容医院整形科 喀什激光治疗鸡眼多少钱

克拉玛依市去除黑眼圈多少钱Hi, everybody.大家好!This week, in my State of the Union Address, I talked about what we can do to make sure middle-class economics helps more Americans get ahead in the new economy.本周,在我的国情咨文演讲中,我谈论了为保中产阶级经济发展方式帮助更多美国人民在新经济环境下取得进步,我们所应该做的事情。See, after some tough years, and thanks to some tough decisions we made, our economy is creating jobs at the fastest pace since 1999.众所周知,在经历多年的困难之后,经过我们做出的众多艰难抉择,我国的就业增长速度达到自1999年以来的最快水平。Our deficits are shrinking.财政赤字在减少。Our energy production is booming.能源产业欣欣向荣。Our troops are coming home.部队士兵陆续回家。Thanks to the hard work and resilience of Americans like you, weve risen from recession freer to write our own future than any other nation on Earth.谢谢所有与大家一样辛勤工作、坚强不屈的美国人民,正因为有你们,我们才能从经济衰退中复苏,比世界上其它国家更自由地描绘我们的未来。Now we have to choose what we want that future to look like.现在,我们需要选择我们需要什么样的未来。Will we accept an economy where only a few of us do spectacularly well?我们是接受只有极少数人极为成功的经济体呢?Or will we commit ourselves to an economy that generates rising incomes and rising chances for everyone who makes the effort?还是致力于建设一个为每个辛勤付出的人提供工资不断增长、就业机会不断增多的经济体呢?I believe the choice is clear.我相信选择是明确的。Today, thanks to a growing economy, the recovery is touching more and more lives.今天,由于经济的不断增长,复苏的春风吹进了越来越多人生活中。Wages are finally starting to rise again.工资终于开始上涨。Lets keep that going-lets do more to restore the link between hard work and growing opportunity for every American.我们要继续努力,保持干劲,为所有人重建辛勤劳动和不断增加的机遇之间的纽带。Thats what middle-class economics is-the idea that this country does best when everyone gets their fair shot, everyone does their fair share, and everyone plays by the same set of rules.中产阶级经济模式就是这样的。这一理念就是当所有人得到公平的机会,所有人公平付出,所有人遵从同样的规则的时候,国家也就发展的最好。Middle-class economics means helping workers feel more secure in a world of constant change-making it easier to afford childcare,college, paid leave, health care, a home, and retirement.中产阶级经济模式意味着要帮助员工在持续变化的经济环境中找到安全感,在儿童保育、上大学、带薪休假、医疗保险、买房子、养老等问题上负担小一点。Middle-class economics means doing more to help Americans upgrade their skills through opportunities like apprenticeships and two years of free community college, so we can keep earning higher wages down the road.中产阶级经济模式意味着要更多帮助美国人民提升工作技能,通过提供实习机会和2年免费的社区大学教育,让我们持续保持挣得更高工资的能力。Middle-class economics means building the most competitive economy in the world, by building the best infrastructure, opening new markets so we can sell our products around the world, and investing in research-so that businesses keep creating good jobs right here.中产阶级经济模式意味着打造最具竞争力的经济发展环境,通过建设最好的基础设施,开发新的市场,让我们可以将产品销售到世界各地,在科研上进行投资,让企业继续在国内提供良好的工作岗位。And we can afford to do these things by closing loopholes in our tax code that stack the decks for special interests and the superrich, and against responsible companies and the middle class.通过堵住税法中的漏洞,不再给特殊利益集团和超富阶层不必要的补贴,奖励有责任心的企业和中产阶层,这样我们就能省下钱来做好以上的事情。This is where we have to go if were going to succeed in the new economy.如果我们想在新经济环境中成功,我们就必须沿着这条道路前进。I know that there are Republicans in Congress who disagree with my approach, and I look forward to hearing their ideas for how we can pay for what the middle class needs to grow.我知道一些国会的共和党人并不同意我的做法,我也期待着倾听他们的意见,如何拿出帮助中产阶级成长壮大的资金。But what we cant do is simply pretend that things like child care or college arent important, or pretend theres nothing we can do to help middle class families get ahead.但我们不能简单认为像儿童保育和大学教育这类的问题不重要,或者假装认为这些方面我们做不了什么,帮助不了中产家庭。Because weve got work to do.因为我们有很多工作要做。As a country, we have made it through some hard times.作为一个国家,我们共同度过了艰难时期。But weve laid a new foundation.也为未来奠定了新的发展基础。Weve got a new future to write.美好的未来等着我们去书写,And Im eager to get to work.我期待着为之而努力。Thanks, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝你们周末愉快! 201501/357027 Thank you, everybody. (Applause.) All right. Well, thanks to myfriend, Lilly Ledbetter, not only for that introduction but for fighting for asimple principle: Equal pay for equalwork. It’s not that complicated. And, Lilly, I assure you, you remain the faceof fair pay. (Laughter.) People don’t want my mug on there. (Laughter.) They want your face. As Lilly mentioned, she did notset out to be a trailblazer. She was just somebody who was waking up every day,going to work, doing her job the best that she could. And then one day, she finds out, after years,that she earned less than her male colleagues for doing the same job. I want to make that point again. (Laughter.) Doing the same job. Sometimeswhen you -- when we discuss this issue of fair pay, equal pay for equal work,and the pay gap between men and women, you’ll hear all sorts of excuses about,well, they’re child-bearing, and they’re choosing to do this, and they’re thisand they’re that and the other. She wasdoing the same job -- probably doing better. (Laughter and applause.) Samejob. Working just as hard, probablyputting in more hours. But she wasgetting systematically paid less. And so she set out to make surethis country lived up to its founding, the idea that all of us are createdequal. And when the courts didn’t answerher call, Congress did. The first time Lilly and I stoodtogether in this room was my tenth day in office, and that’s when we signed theLilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. (Applause.) First bill I signedinto law. And some of the leaders whohelped make that happen are here today, including Leader Pelosi and SenatorMikulski and Congresswoman DeLauro. (Applause.) I want to thank allthe members of Congress and all the state legislators who are here and all the advocates who are here, becauseyou all contributed to that effort. AndI want to give a special thanks to the members of the National Equal Pay TaskForce, who’ve done outstanding work to make workplaces across America morefair.We’re here because today is EqualPay Day. (Applause.) Equal Pay Day. And it’s nice to have a day, but it’s evenbetter to have equal pay. (Applause.) And our job is notfinished yet. Equal Pay Day means that a woman has to work about this far into2014 to earn what a man earned in 2013. Think about that. A woman has gotto work about three more months in order to get what a man got because she’spaid less. That’s not fair. That’s like adding an extra six miles to amarathon. (Laughter.) It’s not right.AUDIENCE MEMBER: Ain’t right.THE PRESIDENT: Ain’t right. (Laughter.) It’s not right and itain’t right. (Laughter.) America should be a level playingfield, a fair race for everybody -- a place where anybody who’s willing to workhard has a chance to get ahead. Andrestoring that opportunity for every American -- men and women -- has to be adriving focus for our country. Now, the good news is today oureconomy is growing; businesses have created almost 9 million new jobs over thepast four years. More than 7 millionAmericans have signed up for health care coverage under the Affordable CareAct. (Applause.)That’s a good thing, too. I know it’s Equal Pay Day and not ObamacareDay -- (laughter) -- but I do want to point out that the Affordable Care Actguarantees free preventive care, like mammograms and contraceptive care, fortens of millions of women, and ends the days when you could be charged morejust for being a woman when it comes to your health insurance. (Applause.) And that’s true for everybody. (Applause.) That’s just one moreplace where things were not fair. We’ll talk about drycleanersnext, right -- (laughter) -- because I know that -- I don’t know why it costsmore for Michelle’s blouse than my shirt. (Laughter.) But we’ve got to make sure thatAmerica works for everybody. Anybody who is willing to work hard, they shouldbe able to get ahead. And we’ve got tobuild an economy that works for everybody, not just those at the top. Restoring opportunity for all has to be ourpriority. That’s what America isabout. It doesn’t matter where youstarted off, what you look like -- you work hard, you take responsibility, youmake the effort, you should be able to get ahead. And we’ve got to fight for anopportunity agenda, which means more good jobs that pay good wages, andtraining Americans to make sure that they can fill those jobs, and guaranteeingevery child a world-class education, and making sure the economy rewards hardwork for every single American. And part of that is fighting forfair pay for women -- because when women succeed, America succeeds. (Applause.) When women succeed, America succeeds. It’s true. I believe that. (Applause.) It’s true. It’s true. It’s true. Now, here’s the challenge: Today, the average full-time working womanearns just 77 cents for every dollar a man earns; for African American women,Latinas, it’s even less. And in 2014,that’s an embarrassment. It iswrong. And this is not just an issue offairness. It’s also a family issue andan economic issue, because women make up about half of our workforce and they’reincreasingly the bwinners for a whole lot of families out there. So when they make less money, it means lessmoney for gas, less money for groceries, less money for child care, less moneyfor college tuition, less money is going into retirement savings. And it’s all bad for business,because our economy depends on customers out there, and when customers haveless money, when hardworking women don’t have the resources, that’s aproblem. When businesses lose terrificwomen talent because they’re fed up with unfair policies, that’s bad forbusiness. They lose out on thecontributions that those women could be making. When any of our citizens can’t fulfill their potential for reasons thathave nothing to do with their talent or their character or their work ethic, we’renot living up to our founding values. 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