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鹰潭希正彩超检查好吗鹰潭流产手术医院解放军184医院看妇科好不好 On the morning of 12th March 1938,German soldiers crossed the border into neighbouring Austria.1938年3月12日清晨,德军跨过边境进入邻国奥地利。They were greeted not with bullets and guns,but with roses and carnations.迎接他们的并非子弹炮,而是玫瑰和康乃馨。So much so that the action became known as the Blumenkrieg-the war of flowers.这次行动后来被称为鲜花之战。During my ten years at party conferences or at rallies with Adolf Hitler,I had certainly witnessed my share of enthusiasm,but the degree of enthusiasm that was prevalent in Austria at that time was not only surprising to us, but also quite unbelievable.10年来,我多次参加有希特勒出席的纳粹党会议或集会,亲眼见过极度狂热的场面,但遍及奥地利疯狂的场面,不仅让人大吃一惊,更是难以置信。The Austrian government, destabilised by the Nazis for years,had finally succumbed to Hitlers bullying and offered no resistance.奥地利政府受纳粹干涉已有多年,如今终屈于希特勒的欺凌对德军入侵毫无抵抗。Most of the Austrian people,envying what they saw as the economic success and prestige that Hitler had brought to Germany,now welcomed their German neighbours.现在大部分奥地利人羡慕希特勒给德国带来的经济繁荣和威望,因此欢迎德国邻居的到来。Hitlers first great gamble of expansion had paid off.希特勒首次领土扩张的豪赌得到回报。 译文属201512/418753Well, lets start out today by getting in the old Time Machine and going back to early May 1954. That was just before the U.S. Supreme Court outlawed segregation in public schools.Lets suppose the Michigan Legislature saw this coming, and so rammed through a bill saying that no matter what the Supreme Court did, Michigan would still provide funding for segregated schools, especially, faith-based segregated schools.What do you suppose would have happened?Well, the courts would have ruled Michigans law unconstitutional. Unconstitutional on two grounds; its improper to use tax dollars to aid an establishment of religion, and because no state law can contradict a federal law or ruling.I think I learned that principle in high school, but, incredibly, most members of the state legislature seem to have been sick that week.Yesterday, they sent bills to the governor that would allow faith-based adoption agencies to deny applicants to whom they have a religious objection and still receive state aid. The governor isnt saying whether he will sign them.In a way, I dont blame him. Looked at it one way, he ought to veto these bills immediately; they are plainly designed to aid an establishment of religion.But it would also be prudent to wait till we see how the Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage itself. If the justices do rule that same-sex couples have a right to marry, no agency receiving state funds should have the right to discriminate against them, period.Forty-eight years ago today, interracial marriage was illegal in fifteen Southern and border states. People actually were arrested for marrying someone of a different color. The next day, the Supreme Court said all those laws were unconstitutional.We dont yet know how the high court will rule on same-sex marriage, or what the scope of that ruling will be. We do know they will rule before the end of this month. All of which makes passing laws right now that might be affected by that ruling sort of asinine.You might wonder why our lawmakers arent spending their time and energy doing something useful, like crafting a responsible solution for the roads. The answer seems to be that they want to please the religious right, and that Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof is strongly supportive of faith-based adoptions, since he is the result of one.Well, one voice that ought to be heard in this debate is that of the doctors who see young children.The state chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics urged the governor to veto these bills, saying they were not only unconstitutional, but bad because, they said, ;we should not place limitations on loving families that seek to adopt such children.;What evidence I have seen indicates that, if anything, same-sex couples make better parents than heterosexual ones. For one thing, you really have to work hard at getting children if you are in that situation; it is pretty hard to have them by accident.In any event, adoption agencies that put any religious restrictions on who they serve shouldnt be receiving one cent of state or federal money. Theres something called the First Amendment that should have made that pretty clear.Jack Lessenberry is Michigan Radios political analyst. Views expressed in his essays are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Michigan Radio, its management or the station licensee, The University of Michigan.201506/380601鹰潭人流医院价格

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