Antagoniste


23 août 2009

Le malheur des uns et le bonheur des autres Économie En Vidéos États-Unis Récession

Simple corrélation ou relation de cause à effet ?

Jim Cramer Obama

Voilà probablement pourquoi Rush Limbaugh a souhaité que la présidence d'Obama soit un échec.


23 août 2009

Émancipation Économie En Citations États-Unis Philosophie

Ronald Reagan

Extrait du premier discours inaugural de Ronald Reagan:

« In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.

From time to time we’ve been tempted to believe that society has become too complex to be managed by self-rule, that government by an elite group is superior to government for, by, and of the people.

Well, if no one among us is capable of governing himself, then who among us has the capacity to govern someone else? »


23 août 2009

Toujours plus ridicule Économie Gauchistan Revue de presse Venezuela

The New York Times

Chávez Loyalists Push to Close Golf Courses
The New York Times

President Hugo Chávez’s political movement has found a new target: golf.

After a brief tirade against the sport by the president on national television last month, pro-Chávez officials have moved in recent weeks to shut down two of the country’s best-known golf courses, in Maracay, a city of military garrisons near here, and in the coastal city of Caraballeda.

“Let’s leave this clear,” Mr. Chávez said during a live broadcast of his Sunday television program. “Golf is a bourgeois sport,” he said, repeating the word “bourgeois” as if he were swallowing castor oil. Then he went on, mocking the use of golf carts as a practice illustrating the sport’s laziness.

Critics of the antigolf campaign point out that Venezuela’s top ally, Cuba, is going in the opposite direction. Canadian and European investors are seeking to build as many as 10 new courses in Cuba as part of the Cuban government’s bid to raise tourist revenues.

“China has more than 300 golf courses, and look what’s happening here,” said Mr. Torres, the director of the Venezuelan Golf Federation, invoking another Communist country with which Venezuela has warm ties. “We’re going from 28 courses to 18.”