Antagoniste


22 décembre 2009

La Chine est-elle la prochaine Dubaï ? Chine Économie En Vidéos Gauchistan

Comment la Chine maintient-elle la croissance de son PIB ? En construisant des villes que personne n’habite…

Qu’elles seront les répercussions à l’échelle mondiale quand la bulle immobilière chinoise, créée par le gouvernement, va éclater ?

H/T: Objectif Liberté


22 décembre 2009

La démocratie En Citations International Philosophie

On interdit les minarets en Suisse, les nationalo-gauchistes québécois recommencent à s’exciter à la vue des accommodements raisonnables et les écologistes ont recours au populisme pour inciter les politiciens à supprimer nos libertés. Petite réflexion de Terry Goodkind, auteur de la série mythique d’inspiration libertarienne « The Sword of Truth », au sujet de la démocratie:

« People use democracy as a free-floating abstraction disconnected from reality. Democracy in and of itself is not necessarily good. Gang rape, after all, is democracy in action.

All men have the right to live their own life. Democracy must be rooted in a rational philosophy that first and foremost recognizes the right of an individual. Democracy is not a synonym for justice or for freedom. Democracy is not a sacred right sanctifying mob rule. Democracy is a principle that is subordinate to the inalienable rights of the individual. »


22 décembre 2009

Top 5 Qc/Ca Canada Québec Top Actualité

Le Top 5 de l’actualité québécoise et canadienne (15-21 décembre) selon Influence Communication:

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22 décembre 2009

Révolution américaine Économie États-Unis Hétu Watch Revue de presse

WSJ/NBC News Poll: Tea Party Tops Democrats and Republicans
The Wall Street Journal

The loosely organized group made of up mostly conservative activists and independent voters that’s come to be known as the Tea Party movement currently boasts higher favorability ratings than either the Democratic or Republican Parties, according to the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll coming out later today.

More than four in 10, 41%, of respondents said they had a very or somewhat favorable view of the Tea Party movement, while 24% said they had a somewhat or very negative view of the group. The Tea Party movement gained notoriety over the summer following a series of protests in Washington, D.C. and other cities over government spending and other U.S. economic policies.

Meanwhile, the Democratic Party, which controls both the White House and Congress, has a 35% positive rating compared with a 45% negative rating.

The Republican Party identifies closest to the Tea Party movement’s ideology, but the group has also caused splits within the GOP. Republicans currently hold a 28% favorability rating compared with a 43% negative one.