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emailcnhjdengxia欢迎来到大千世界。这里无奇不有,事事充满奇妙、惊讶,但事事都有哲理。了解和认识是改变的前提,让我们一起来探讨这多姿多彩, 光明与黑暗共存的世界。大千世界包括网络文集 - 中国篇“网络文集 - 美国/世界篇”和 “网络影像及知识小品集锦”。

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第二次世界大战太平洋战场美军打败日军攻占硫磺岛,海军陆战队士兵把美国国旗插上最高峰。

Marine Corps War Memorial
For the Marine dead of all wars, and their comrades of other services who fell fighting beside them.
Unveiled November 10, 1954
63 years ago
Location 38°53′25.7″N 77°04′10.85″W
near RosslynVirginia, located in Arlington Ridge Park, near the Ord-Weitzel Gate to Arlington National Cemetery and the Netherlands Carillon. 
Designed by Felix de Weldon (sculptor)
Horace W. Pealee (architect)
Uncommon Valor Was A Common Virtue
In Honor And Memory Of The Men Of The United States Marine Corps Who Have Given Their Lives To Their Country Since 10 November 1775

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star History calls those men the greatest who have ennobled themselves by working for the common good; experience acclaims as happiest the man who has made the greatest number of people happy. - K. Marx: "Letter to His Father" (1837)

star"As President, I consider it my obligation to help make sure that, even though less than 1 percent of Americans wear the uniform, that 100 percent of Americans honor your sacrifices and service." - President Obama, in remarks at the 116th National Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars

star"If one of the best measures of a country is how it treats its more vulnerable citizens -- seniors, the poor, the sick -- then America has a lot to be proud of. --President Obama, in his Weekly Address celebrating 50 years of Medicare and Medicaid

star “美国为什么不能反省其已经明显无效和失败了的阿拉伯政策?根源仍然是他们害怕失去所谓民意-选票和重大财团-利益集团的支持。受新闻媒体舆论左右的民意并不了解全部事实真相,更不会有长远的战略考虑。他们会有像中国所实行的“五年计划”吗?不可能!总统任期四年,下届总统不知是哪个党的。在野反对党会希望本届政府执行错误的政策很快下台,在选举中夺取总统宝座。这就是西方民主制度的悲哀。美国在中东捅了这个马蜂窝,整个“民主-自由”世界的盟友跟着买单。散居在地球各个角落的阿拉伯“恐怖分子”将继续给美国及其追随者制造麻烦,将会后患无穷。一个民族信仰的力量是巨大的,是不可能被摧毁的。尽管你认为他们的信仰和选择的行事方式是错误的,但他们的行为将不以你的意志为转移。” -- 本网

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star 美国防部通讯 (一) star 美国防部通讯 (二) star 美国防部通讯 (三)
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star 好人奥巴马总统2016年照片选 star FEDERAL HOLIDAYS starPresident Obama "What Drives Me"
star 国外教育 star STATE NAME ABBREVIATIONS star 2014年白宫最佳照片
star The White House Behind the Lens: Year 2015 in Photographs star 希拉里认错:支持伊拉克战争是最大遗憾 Fulfilling Our Moral Obligation to Our Veterans
star奥巴马总统邀请退伍老兵白宫共吃早餐 star Obama Greets the Oldest Living WWII Veteran star Obama Honoring America's Veterans
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star奥巴马政府时期(2008-2016)的白宫每日快讯 White House DAILY SNAPSHOTS

star 纽约州和纽约市政府电邮:请看主计长(comptroller)如何曝光各级政府官员 及私人企业的贪腐行为的。纽约市社会福利免费学前班等。

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744. 745. 746.
741. 和美国人闭关学习一周 742. 743.
738. 罗马古道历险记 739. 海外游历长见识 740. 美国开车的感受
735. 日本的野心计划 736. 從一個朋友的经历看日本 737. 美国一图书管理员的死后遗嘱
732. 10座养老小城 733. 华人援交女真实生活 734. 老美的规矩《罗伯特议事规则》
729. 她们是印度最最低贱的人 730. Communists Surge in Russia 731. 为什么美国人不穿名牌?
726. 奥巴马总统是穆斯林信徒? 727. 帮美国移民局纠错:七评北新泽西大学事件 728. 中俄破天荒南海军演美回应令人意外
723. 英国脱欧:一场草民胜利的阶级斗争 724. 滥用公投 英式民主遭人嫌 725. 多数人的暴政?对退欧公投的思考
720. 优待军人之风遍及美国社会 721. 民主正在杀死美国 722.
717. 从希拉里的一件小事看美国的法制与社会 718. 國慶国旗:老美比中國人更愛國? 719. 一个披着资本主义外衣的真正共产主义国家
714. 奥巴马卸任后重振美国雄风 715. 斯大林在俄罗斯好感增多 716. 美国梦已梦碎 美国病已病危
711. 川普再能上天也逃不出美国选举制度的五指山 712. 俄媒评百年最伟大领导人这三位第一 713. 美国进步青年组织示威反特朗普 红旗印毛主席语录
708. 想在美國醫鬧直接被警察敲斷胳膊帶走 709. 华人抗议为何无用?美国刑事律师评华裔警察误杀黑人案 710. 再评计划中的2/20/2016全美华裔示威游行
705. 伟大的临终关爱 706. 建了134年欧洲最高大教堂终于快完工了 707. 这个国家以战争罪绞死2名反对党领袖
702. 西点军校教官谈朝鲜战争 703. 避免与中国战争的丑陋真相 704. 桑德斯新罕布什尔州初选胜利演讲全文
699. 加拿大小城近日经历启示 700. 中国要小心了,他说出了为何不派地面部队歼ISIS及评论 701. 奥巴马借圣诞祝词号召参军和拥军优属
696. 奧巴馬開學日對全美學生談人生談理想 697. ISIS触目惊心的洗脑 698. ISIS到底要什么?
693. 美国种族骚乱 694. 重返德国小镇St. Jacobs 695. 巴黎恐袭让西方看清自己的衰落
690. 美国老人向流浪者提供食物被捕 691.  奇文共赏:日本为什么需要扩张领土 692. 收集修建西部铁路华工文物
687. 美国人-美国社会的自信 688. 《核峰会,日本发展核武最须警惕》等四篇 689. 重新认识蒙古国:中国的梦与俄国的泪
684. 美国人冒充中国人写诗引发轩然大波 685. 入室歹徒搶劫華人拔槍将其擊斃 686. 两名华裔科学家泣诉被美国政府诬为间谍
681. 美国防部长发表表彰在法国列车上制服枪手的美国军人 682.新生凌虐死美國華裔議員弟涉銷毀證據 683. 美國數學天才拒賺10億美元原因
678. 印度25000名农民写信给总统“求自杀” 679. 再漂亮也要为娼俄后悔当年没像中国一样 680. 中国没有戈尔巴乔夫 西方反华派又出新招
675. 为什么共产主义在南非受到了青睐? 676. 美国名校丑陋恶习 毕业前夺取低年级学妹贞操 677. 诊断疑云:分享亲身经历
672. 波茨坦公告敲响了日本军国主义的丧钟 673. 梦断西方:献给惨死在西方的中国精英 674. 奥巴马过生日潘基文写了四个汉字送给他
649. 中国教师支教英国:英式教育果真失败吗? 670. 美学者:坐等中国失败是美国犯下的最大错误 671. 达赖二哥在美出回憶錄:懊悔与中情局合作
646. 十大出乎意料負面數據︰一個真實的美國? 647. "无知" 是一半美国人的通病 648. 你會明白 扎克伯格為何開破車娶丑妻
643. 曼哈頓"找干爹"如火如荼 644. 密歇根无良医师谎称553人患癌骗钱 645. 持槍上班華人擊斃黑匪被斃搶匪母親登門道歉
640. Happy birthday Lady Liberty 641. 少数种族决定超级大国美国的盛衰 642. 华盛顿地铁非裔40刀杀人抢财同车人交钱保命
637. 印度塑料大王抛弃家产出家 638. 加拿大突然公布中国南海铁证菲越集体失声 639. 假冒非裔多年美国白人民权分子下台
634. 被冤1000美元债美国女子获赔8300万 635. Evil On The Mount of Olives 636. 美国在吵什么:穷人拿补助天天吃龙虾?
631. 日本输掉美国年轻一代 632. 预言成真即将沉入海底的国家 633. 美国富豪遗嘱给餐馆服务员10万美元小费
628. 誤診每年1200萬美國人受害 629. 北约前秘书长:中国该参与主导世界 630. 一种极为洒脱的养老方式
625. 美国人的爱国情结 626. 肯尼亚大学被残忍血洗 627.
622. 美议员"进口"美女泄欲面临15年监禁 623. 美国东西岸生活大对决:纽约 vs 洛杉矶 624. 俄罗斯红场大阅兵震撼照片
619. 悲惨的美国人坐小船漂泊6小时逃出也门 620. 被围困也门美国人羡慕恐惧恨为啥没人来接? 621. The Queen's Christmas Broadcast 2014
616.美国政府付钱求你去住的地方 617. 国人对美国的十四大误解 618. 80后议员落马看美国反腐
613. 美国抑郁病人到中国全好了 614. 新移民被震撼了! 615. 傅莹与基辛格的对话
610. 美国“求包养”大学出炉 611. IS绑架中美人质的结果对比让奥巴马汗颜 612. 英国木匠
607. 美国战略性失误及体制根源 608. 纽约华警殉职港商捐百万 609. 中国“德吹”把德国神化
605. 世纪暴雪闹乌龙 美国国家气象局道歉 606. 俄不需中国援助需要支持 607. 纽约新人地铁上结婚
602. 俄罗斯最大罪犯是戈尔巴乔夫 603. 美国是怎样对待战死的军人的 604.  伦敦街头抗议英美媒体在哪儿?
599.  FBI逼马丁路德金自杀信曝光 600.  教育不平等打碎了美国梦 601.  戈尔巴乔夫转体180度
596. 美国种族骚乱 597. 牛头犬在街上咬死一名妇女 598. “己所不欲,勿施于人”-- 关于撞机事件的一次中美学者交流之回顾与思考
593. 收集修建西部铁路华工文物 594.  奇文共赏:日本为什么需要扩张领土 595. 向流浪汉提供食物者被捕
590. 北欧,你姓“资”还是姓“社”? 591. 韩媒:学学中国的司机和船长 592. 1st Lt. Alonzo Cushing
587. Statement by Bridget Quinn-Carey, COO of QBPL, 588. 普京自曝曾遭美英欺骗 永不原谅 589. 基辛格警告西方:不要对中国态度傲慢和过激
584. President & CEO of QBPL Galante's Testimony at New York City Council 585. The COW AND THE ICE CREAM 586. 美国前市长夫妇被宠物狗攻击 一死一伤
581. 国家尊严写在她的人民的脸上 582. 普京悼恩师,长街独行 583. 乔布斯的肿瘤25岁已在 徒手组装电脑等导致
577. 美国民主只为1%人口服务? 578. 斯诺登:他是个怎样的人
579. WH Pictures of the Year 2013
574. 美国中小学教育失败的根源 575. 潘石屹和骆家辉比赛俯卧撑 576. 美国人眼中的平常事
571. 美国老板卖餐厅为救脑癌女侍应 572. WH Chief What my day looks like 573. Obama: "What Drives Me"
568. ABC发表公开道歉声明 569. 李春燕抗议ABC电视集会的讲演 570. 美国与中国的腐败
565. 1945 日本 566. 日本投降 567. 美国金发碧眼“梅兰芳”
562. 纽约市长12年自己倒贴6.5亿美元 563. 学会美国式宣传技巧 564. 美国公务员“吃皇粮”
559. 蘇聯亡黨亡國二十年祭 560. 澳大利亚的退休老人 561. 俄罗斯五大福利制度
556. 世界著名城市为何由盛转衰 557. 美国医生敢做敢为 558. 奥巴马赞扬107岁老兵
553. 对不起,你说的是英语吗? 554. 李光耀對中國美國與世界洞見 555. 《对日本核弹轰炸的飞行员在美国国会的演讲》
550. US Can't Force Democracy on Egypt 551. How US and UK spy defeat internet privacy 552.美国政府信任危机解决之道
547. 奥巴马败走埃及 548. Free Summer Concerts in NYC 549. Summer Free Meal for Kids
544. 不向人民犯罪电邮商关闭 545. 华裔学生在美国关押5天获赔400万美元 546. 美国总统夫人举办儿童国宴
541. 汽车业“圣地”破产震惊全球 542. 底特律今昔 543. 民主国家印度为什么赶不上中国?
538. 美国正在输掉最大经济战争 539. 美国外交人員行為不檢事件 540. 美应聪明与中国打交道
535. 美國政府入侵中國大陸與香港網絡 536. 美国国安局黑中国铁证如山 537. Jesse Jackson Jr. Guilty of Spending Campaign Funds
532. 美国监狱丑闻

533. “不民主”的中国将超过“自由”的美国?

534. 两天之内美对华舆论大转调
529. 美国公共图书馆 530. 漫聊美国的社区图书馆 531. 你知道真实的以色列吗?
526. 奥巴马减薪5% 以与员工同甘共苦 527. 以色列绝对是个好国! 528. 世界上最成功的教育
523. 美国无法阻止中国航天 524. 纽约时报: 王亚平天宫授课暴露出中国战略野心 525. 犹太人的生存之道
520. 美国独特的捐赠文明 521. 最简朴而富有的总统 522. 中巴友谊源远流长 - 回忆27年前李克强访巴往事
517.美国患上抨击中国综合症 518. 民主制度可产生合法的种族歧视 519. 世贸大厦911回顾
514. 历史教育失败 日本不懂邻国的恨 515. 美國政府不認同釣魚島主權是日本的 516. 纽约州6名政客因贿选被捕
511. We will never forget! 512. 欧巴马总统生活照(三) 513. 欧巴马总统生活照(四)
509. 奥巴马总统生活照 (二) 510. 奥巴马感恩节 给穷人分发食物 510. 2012年最令人吃惊的照片
506. 各级民主机制比普选领导人更重要 507. 大选感言:美国将毁在谁手上 508. 纽约时报:中国2030年前将超越美国
503. 奥巴马的总统生活照 (一) 504. Obama Lifted into the Air in Big Bear Hug 505. 奥巴马与体操运动员的滑稽照
500. 纽约时报为什么中国恨日本恨我们 501. 美国害怕中国的资本主义 502. 印度的贫富差距印象
497. 美国有缺陷的民主制可以从中国一党制学到什么? 498. Occupy protesters attempt to ‘shut down’ Wall Street on anniversary 499. NYPD Marks Occupy Wall Street Anniversary with Lots of Arrests
494. 美报:超级大国印度,安息吧! 495. 美国应该养老还是继续充当世界警察 496. 两个“一党制”国家 - 中国和美国
491. 十条理由说明美国不再是自由之邦 492. Steve Jobs on Death and Life 493. 委内瑞拉总统查韦斯
484. 我们孩子将面临的对手 489. 美国因债务危机而声誉受损 490. 居然让中国领先,奥巴马怎么搞的!
485. 千万别去美国 一个愚蠢落后的国度 486. Orgy Photos Chinese Officials’ Sex Lives 487. 我的中国心,从未忘记自己来自何方
482. 600 万犹太人统治美国 483. 白宫,你我袒“胸”布公谈一谈 484. 时报广场今上演“解放乳房”
286. 美国已经破产 287. 戈尔巴乔夫苏联解体中犯叛国罪 288. 再遏制中国很危险
289. 娜塔莉亚首先向曾参加苏联卫国战争的克里米亚老战士致敬 290. 美国的迅速崛起和更迅速的衰落 291. 奥巴马太败家
292. 普京感谢克里米亚老兵战争年代建立的功勋 293. 美媒称美国开放自由是假象 294. 美国青年(YA)阅读书目

295. “驾校”作弊 华裔夫妻被逮

296. 反华老手石原对中国发展的感叹 297. 切勿轻言轻信“美国衰落”论调
298. Trump 299. 真正中国女强人 300. 纽约警察竟然拘捕12岁少女学生
301. 美国已经不是世界第一强国 302. 邓文迪一记耳光很过瘾 303. 美报批奥巴马 对巴林镇压装聋作哑
304. 美国之行有感
305. Obama: Bin Laden Raid Evidence Afghan Strategy Is Working 306. 什么比歼20更可怕?中国教育"China's winning schools"
307. 刮目相看 美国富人主动提增税 308. 高尔夫球前景不妙 309. 华尔街日报:美国真的在衰退吗?
310. IMF: "美国时代"即将结束 311. 英国卫报:美国显现衰落征兆 312. 谁才是拉登之死的真正赢家
313. “茉莉花革命”:几个人站站没用 314. 美国杂志《经济学家》封面图 315. 肯尼迪夫人尖酸揭发
316. 微软前首席运营官赫中国印象 317. 举办英联邦运动会的印度 318. 乔布斯十条经典语录
319. 世界最均富社会 320. 美国学生必读的经典文学书目 321. Cruelty
322. “人道”帝国主义新时代来临? 323. 苹果CEO在斯坦福大学的讲演 324. “美国自我作践,中国从中受益”
325. 美国酷爱战争五大原因 326. 日本人的"高素质"就荡然无存了 327. 赈灾物资滞留东京车辆拒绝进灾区
328. 援助发达国家之前还是先省省吧! 329. 为何美国外交双重标准 330. 孝子市长彭博
331. 美东大雪 332. 西方拒不履行承诺有什么资格讲道理 333. 阿拉伯浪潮不会波及中国的原因
334. 美国支付利息 833美元/每秒 335. 克莱德曼演奏《毛主席最亲》

336. 英国女护士吃海绵肥皂

337. 郎朗演奏《我的祖国》风波始末 338. 中国为何对“茉莉花革命”免疫 339. 吸取苏共教走自己的路
340. 美国在联合国遭遇169比1票 341. 世界短篇小说选 342. 茶党女王戏称胡锦涛为美国“父亲”
343. 贫穷落后的美国-留学生的感叹 344. 华盛顿正准备与中国长期冷战 345. 黄金升值人们对资本主义失去信心
346. 西方还来得及遏止中国的崛起吗? 347. 纽约小学二年级老师告诉学生“没有圣诞老人”,掀悍然大波(英文) 348. 乌克兰少女的沙画表演
349. 许多国家都撤走中国还在日本坚持 350. 美国警察闯民宅开枪 351. 奥巴马在国情咨文数次提及中国
352. 美国领导人孩子寒风中迎接胡锦涛 353. 中国计划经济美国计划选举 354. 美式民主是美国的硬伤
355. 纯种美国人合唱《我的祖国》 356. 美國的民選就是政治達人秀 357. 郎朗白宫国宴演奏中国经典歌曲
358. 纽约历史 359. 中学生校园亮枪警察直接射杀 360. 各国领导人给奥巴马和夫人什么礼
361. "中国凭什么要听美国的话" 362. 奥巴马和美国应向中国学习 363. 胡哥和奥巴马已平起平坐
364. 中国可以登月,美国无力修桥 365. 中国会投票选谁做美国总统? 366. 胡锦涛与美国中学生
367. 胡锦涛在美演讲:不是你输我赢 368. 德国总理默克尔 369. World's oldest person dies at 115
370. 对警按喇叭华人遭警察拳打脚踢 371. 贫困人生:美国人的粮票生活 372. 纽约街头华人小商贩的辛酸泪
373.老美看老美:种族主义秘密战争 374. 老美看老美:如果我是总统! 375. 与中国留学生争论,结论耐人寻味
376. 老美看美国:民主正在杀死美国 377. 叫一声同志哥,请听他爹他娘说! 378. 老美看美国:制度质疑的重要性
379. 老美看美国: 宗教和政治在美国 380. 纽约时报十问中国预备领导人习近平 381. 美国时代结束了吗?绝对没!
382. 美国是一个什么样的国家 383. 奥巴马去年总收入约79万缴税16万 384. 美国大公司总裁薪水
385. 侃侃咱们这儿的物价 386. 英联邦 387. 美国议员软性腐败警世录(一)
388. 美国议员软性腐败警世录(二) 389. 美国议员软性腐败警世录(五) 390. 西方民主正在走向灭亡
418. 加拿大比中国好的10个方面 419. 好汉到处有 420. 央视首次公开击落美战机画面
421. 法记者着书揭达赖伪神祇真面目 422. 美国男子飞机头等舱看儿童色情片遭警方逮捕 423. 西方传媒精英转投中共怀抱
424. 破世界纪录的韩国箭手林东贤 425. 忠告中国富贵少年留学生 426. 关注环保 - 世界儿童的心声
445. 美国清官形象的代表 - 骆家辉 446. 骆家辉给中国高官上的第一课 447. 骆大使在北京访贫问苦
448. 感恩节美国各地实拍 449. 苹果崛起=中国崛起 450. Protect Your Password
451. 切勿轻言轻信“美国衰落”论调 452. 关心弱势群体得人心 453. 美国贫困人口增加
454. 美国总统和第一夫人与人民在一起 455. 劳工神圣 - 世界工人运动 456. 华裔美军遭虐身亡-- 美军种族欺凌
457. 从美副总统“炸酱面外交”谈起 458. 中国崛起不等于美国消亡 459. 美警察竟开枪打死华谊精神病患者
460. 奥巴马回应占领华尔街示威 461. 抗议者手持中国国旗 462. 「佔领华尔街」示威戴上「V煞」
463. 'Occupy' demonstrators battle wind cold 464. 直击华尔街大示威 465. 西方拒不履行承诺有资格讲道理?
466. 美国女子中大奖 想到为母亲盖房 467. 副总统是行刺幕后黑手 468. 西方用"显微镜"给中国找茬
469. 美国评级下调恶梦这样开始的 470. 美國人沒資格談人權要談就滾回老家去 471. 占领华尔街即景 (十) -- 纽约警察清场 一夜拆光占领大本营
472. 80 people arrested in 8th day of 'OWS' 473. 美国警察逮捕示威者的理由 474. Protesters arrested on Brkln Bridge
475. 700 OWS Arrested on Brooklyn Bridge 476. “占领华尔街”在两个城市遭警察清场 477. OWS Protesters Clash With Police
478. 占领华尔街即景(一) 479. 占领华尔街即景(二) 480. 占领华尔街即景(三)
481. 占领华尔街即景(四) 482. 占领华尔街即景(五) 483. 占领华尔街即景(六)
484. 占领华尔街即景(七) 485. 占领华尔街即景 (八) 486. 占领华尔街即景 (九)
487. 华尔街的抗议者到底是些什么人? 488. 占领华尔街即景(十一) 489. 华尔街革命根源:贫富分化
490. “占领华尔街”怒吼:美国政府独裁 491. 美国已经不是世界一流国家 492. 这才是美国干不过中国的真正原因
493. 马媒:印度变“兔” 中国变“龟” 494. 中国速度让美国尝到英国历史辛酸 495. 英国卫报:美国显现衰落征兆
496. 美国亲市场、小政府、低税率 497. 巴菲特乐居"有损市容"的房子 498. 警告:基地组织要对中国下手?
499. 从航天飞机的终结谈起 500. 美专家谈中国科技进步 501. 美国模式是否走到了尽头?
502. 美国向中国支付利息 833美元/每秒 503 中国速度让美国尝到英国历史辛酸泪 504. 美帝国的迅速崛起和更迅速的衰落
505. 911十年祭 506. 美国衰落始于"懒惰" 507. 美国的前车之鉴
508. 美参议院就排华法案向全美华人道歉 509. 美国愤青激怒高盛花红等于5州赤字 510. 反金融腐败 美国无奈求助社会主义
511. .华裔虎妈大获全胜! 512. 从美副总统“炸酱面外交”谈起 513. 无四肢男子喜结良缘
514. Heaven, where is it? 515. 印度的贫富差距印象 516. Occupy protesters attempt to ‘shut down’ Wall Street on anniversary
517. GUESS WHAT THIS IS? 518. 古巴最高领导人女儿组织性游行 519.美国政府为民众做的十件大事
520. 巴基斯坦医生的叛国罪 521. Brother says Pakistani doc tortured 522. 西方如何应对中国的崛起
523. Boy who touched Obama’s hair 524. Have a Little Olympic Fun 525. 毁灭资本主义的10大泡沫
526. Paintings on the Four Freedoms 527. 美国大选-烧钱大战

528. 资本主义的创造性毁灭

529. 马克思居然又活了 530. 原联邦德国总理斯密特先生访谈录 531. 赖斯谈中国

st  “民主"国家的一切国际国内战略和政策的失误都是从总统到县官们对选票的贪婪和渴望造成的。盲目或违心地"顺从民意"、短视和受主流媒体舆论指挥是他们的共同特点。这一点极可能是最后埋葬这种"民主"制度的关键因素。请听奥巴马如何真诚坦白地承认这一点: "There's a path for us to act in a unified way. But it requires elected officials to be serious about getting the job done, as opposed to winning the next election.“ - President B. Obama(译文:"有办法使我们(两党)团结起来采取一致行动。但这要求民选官员们确实认真地这样做,而不是相反,所做的一切只是为了竞选连任。"--奥巴马总统) - 本网

st"We have an opportunity, as our recovery continues, to emerge even stronger than before the Great Recession. But we can only do that if we make sure that everyone is contributing to economic growth and sharing in it."-- Labor Secretary Tom Perez, on the importance of workers' voices

st "To my 5th grade teacher Ms. Mabel Hefty and the educators who inspire our young people every single day: Thank you."-- President Obama on May 4 - Teacher Appreciation Day, 2016.

st "It's about the character it takes to train your heart out, even when no one's watching. Just hard work, focus, and a dream. That's the Olympic spirit - and it's the American spirit, too."-- President Obama, August 8, 2016

st 奥巴马在为美国海军海豹突击队战士授勋时高度赞扬国家军队的重要作用(March 2, 2016):"The American people may not always see them. We may not always hear of their success. But they are there in the thick of the fight, in the dark of night, achieving their mission. We thank God they're there. We sleep more peacefully in our beds tonight because patriots like these stand ready to answer our nation's call and protect our way of life -- now and forever." -- President Obama awards the Medal of Honor to Navy SEAL Ed Byers

st"Do not succumb to cynicism. Heroic things happen when people get involved." -President Obama

st "America is strongest when everybody's got a shot at opportunity - not when our economy is winner-take-all, but when we're all in this together."-President Obama

st "When women are free to pursue their dreams, nations are more safe, more secure, and more prosperous."- President Obama on International Women's Day

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st "Through Joining Forces, Jill and I have had the privilege of traveling across this country and around
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State Abbreviations and State Postal Codes

Learn the abbreviations used for the U.S. states, both as postal codes and general abbreviations. This table is a handy tool for students, business people, and letter-writers alike. Hang it next to your desk, and you'll never again confuse the postal code AL for Alaska (it's Alabama)!

State Abbreviation Postal Code
Alabama Ala. AL
Alaska Alaska AK
American Samoa   AS
Arizona Ariz. AZ
Arkansas Ark. AR
California Calif. CA
Colorado Colo. CO
Connecticut Conn. CT
Delaware Del. DE
Dist. of Columbia D.C. DC
Florida Fla. FL
Georgia Ga. GA
Guam Guam GU
Hawaii Hawaii HI
Idaho Idaho ID
Illinois Ill. IL
Indiana Ind. IN
Iowa Iowa IA
Kansas Kans. KS
Kentucky Ky. KY
Louisiana La. LA
Maine Maine ME
Maryland Md. MD
Marshall Islands   MH
Massachusetts Mass. MA
Michigan Mich. MI
Micronesia   FM
Minnesota Minn. MN
Mississippi Miss. MS
Missouri Mo. MO
Montana Mont. MT
Nebraska Nebr. NE
Nevada Nev. NV
New Hampshire N.H. NH
New Jersey N.J. NJ
New Mexico N.M. NM
New York N.Y. NY
North Carolina N.C. NC
North Dakota N.D. ND
Northern Marianas   MP
Ohio Ohio OH
Oklahoma Okla. OK
Oregon Ore. OR
Palau   PW
Pennsylvania Pa. PA
Puerto Rico P.R. PR
Rhode Island R.I. RI
South Carolina S.C. SC
South Dakota S.D. SD
Tennessee Tenn. TN
Texas Tex. TX
Utah Utah UT
Vermont Vt. VT
Virginia Va. VA
Virgin Islands V.I. VI
Washington Wash. WA
West Virginia W.Va. WV
Wisconsin Wis. WI
Wyoming Wyo. WY

Federal Holidays

Find the dates for this year's federal holidays.

Federal law establishes the following public holidays for federal employees. If the holiday falls during the weekend, it may be observed on a different day.

Many government offices are closed on federal holidays and some private businesses may close as well. If you plan to visit a government office on or around a federal holiday, you should contact them to determine when they will be open. Find contact information for government departments and agencies.

New Year's Day

New Year's Day is January 1. The celebration of this holiday begins the night before, when Americans gather to wish each other a happy and prosperous coming year. Many Americans make New Year's resolutions. See the New Year's resolutions that are popular every year.

Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is celebrated on the third Monday in January. The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. was an African-American clergyman who is recognized for his tireless efforts to win civil rights for all people through nonviolent means.

Washington's Birthday

Washington's Birthday is observed the third Monday of February in honor George Washington, the first President of the United States. This date is commonly called Presidents' Day and many groups honor the legacy of past presidents on this date.

Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a observed the last Monday of May. It originally honored the people killed in the American Civil War, but has become a day on which the American dead of all wars are remembered.

Independence Day

Independence Day is July 4. This holiday honors the nation's birthday - the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. It is a day of picnics and patriotic parades, a night of concerts, and fireworks.

Labor Day

Labor Day is the first Monday of September. This holiday honors the nation's working people, typically with parades. For most Americans it marks the end of the summer vacation season and the start of the school year.

Columbus Day

Columbus Day is a celebrated on the second Monday in October. The day commemorates October 12, 1492, when Italian navigator Christopher Columbus landed in the New World. The holiday was first proclaimed in 1937 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Veterans Day

Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11. This holiday was originally called Armistice Day and established to honor Americans who had served in World War I. It now honors veterans of all wars in which the U.S. has fought. Veterans' organizations hold parades, and the president places a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims held a three-day feast to celebrate a bountiful harvest. Many regard this event as the nation's first Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving feast became a national tradition and almost always includes some of the foods served at the first feast: roast turkey, cranberry sauce, potatoes, and pumpkin pie.

Christmas Day

Christmas Day is a celebrated on December 25. Christmas is a Christian holiday marking the birth of the Christ Child. Decorating houses and yards with lights, putting up Christmas trees, giving gifts, and sending greeting cards have become holiday traditions even for many non-Christian Americans. Find tips to help celebrate.

Other Celebrations and Observances

There are many commonly observed celebrations in the United States that are not federal holidays. Some of these observances honor groups of people, such as National African American History Month and Women's History Month, or causes, such as National Oceans Month and National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. Many of these holidays and observances are proclaimed by the President ever year. View recent Presidential proclamations.

These are some of the most popular American celebrations and observances that occur every year.

Groundhog Day

Groundhog Day is February 2 and has been celebrated since 1887. On Groundhog Day, crowds gather in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to see if groundhog Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow after emerging from his burrow, thus predicting six more weeks of winter weather.

Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is celebrated on February 14. The day was named after an early Christian martyr, and on Valentine's Day, Americans give presents like candy or flowers to the ones they love. The first mass-produced valentine cards were sold in the 1840s.

Earth Day

Earth Day is observed on April 22. First celebrated in 1970 in the United States, it inspired national legislation such as the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts. Earth Day is designed to promote ecology, encourage respect for life on earth, and highlight concern over pollution of the soil, air, and water.

Arbor Day

National Arbor Day was proclaimed as the last Friday in April by President Richard Nixon in 1970. A number of state Arbor Days are observed at other times of the year to coincide with the best tree planting weather. The observance began in 1872, when Nebraska settlers and homesteaders were urged to plant trees on the largely treeless plains.

Mother's Day

Mother's Day is the second Sunday of May. President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation in 1914 that started the holiday. He asked Americans to give a public expression of reverence to mothers on this day. Carnations have come to represent Mother's Day, following President William McKinley's habit of always wearing a white carnation, his mother's favorite flower.

Flag Day

Flag Day, celebrated June 14, has been a presidentially proclaimed observance since 1916. Although Flag Day is not a federal holiday, Americans are encouraged to display the flag outside their homes and businesses on this day to honor the history and heritage the American flag represents.

Father's Day

Father's Day celebrates fathers every third Sunday of June. Father's Day began in 1909 in Spokane, Washington, when a daughter requested a special day to honor her father, a Civil War veteran who raised his children after his wife died. The first presidential proclamation honoring fathers was issued in 1966 by President Lyndon Johnson.

Patriot Day

September 11, 2001, was a defining moment in American history. On that day, terrorists hijacked four commercial airliners to strike targets in the United States. Nearly 3,000 people died as a consequence of the attacks. Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance is observed on September 11 in honor of the victims of these attacks.

Halloween

Halloween is celebrated on October 31. On Halloween, American children dress up in funny or scary costumes and go "trick or treating" by knocking on doors in their neighborhood. The neighbors are expected to respond by giving them small gifts of candy or money.

Pearl Harbor Day

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is December 7. In 1994, Congress designated this national observance to honor the more than 2,400 military service personnel who died on this date in 1941, during the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, by Japanese forces. The attack on Pearl Harbor caused the United States to enter World War II.

Ethnic and Religious Holidays

Various ethnic and religious groups in the United States celebrate days with special meaning to them even though these are not national holidays. For example, Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter, Jews observe their high holy days in September, and Muslims celebrate Ramadan. There are many other religious and ethnic celebrations in the United States.

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