Antagoniste


24 septembre 2010

Vive l’exploitation ! Économie En Vidéos International Mondialisation

June Arrunga & Johann Norberg à propos de la mondialisation:

« If trade is exploitation, then the problem in the world is that most of the people aren’t sufficiently exploited. »

Je vous invites à regarder quelques extraits du documentaire « Globalisation is good », de Johann Norberg, que j’ai publié en 2007:


24 septembre 2010

La résurrection Économie En Chiffres États-Unis Récession

Il y a deux ans, on avait annoncé la mort du parti républicain.   Selon les observateurs de la scène politique américaine, le GOP était condamné à ne survivre que sur une base régionale dans le sud des États-Unis.  Deux ans plus tard, il semble que les nouvelles de la mort du parti républicain aient été grandement exagérées…

Grand Old Party

Grand Old Party

La dernière fois qu’on a pu voir des chiffres semblables, c’était en 1994, l’année du tsunami républicain…

Source:
Gallop Poll
On the Role of Government, Parties’ Ratings Look Like 1994: Americans more likely to see Republicans than Democrats representing their views and values


24 septembre 2010

Les indépendantistes américains Économie États-Unis Récession

Politico

Pew: Independents now for GOP
Politico

In an ominous sign for President Barack Obama and congressional Democrats, independent voters now favor Republicans by nearly the same margins that they went for Obama in 2008 and for his party in the 2006 midterms, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press released Wednesday.

Unlike the most recent election cycles, when independents complained about the lack of progress in Washington on major issues facing the country, these critical swing voters now are expressing high anxiety with what Congress and the White House have already done.

“Trust in government is at one of the lowest points in 60 years of polling,” Kohut [president of the Pew Research Center] said. “It’s a backlash against what is seen as government policies and programs that are too liberal or too much in the vein of government expansion.”

Among them, 49 percent said they will support a GOP candidate, compared with 36 percent who are likely to vote Democratic — and that “is a pivotal factor behind the Republican Party’s overall 7-point lead among all likely voters at this point in the campaign,” the Pew report notes.