25 avril 2010

La réglementation Économie En Citations États-Unis

Rush Limbaugh

Pourquoi le gouvernement veut tout réglementer ? Rush Limbaugh à la réponse:

« The Obama regime would like for us to believe that regulations are all for our own good because they care about us. But governments can’t care. They control. »

25 avril 2010

Les mythes anti-capitalistes Économie En Vidéos

John Stossel et Michael Medved discutent des 5 plus gros mensonges que la gauche raconte à propos du capitalisme:

25 avril 2010

Un vent de changement États-Unis Revue de presse

The Ledger

Republicans Threatening Congressional Seats Long Held by Democrats
The Ledger

Rep. David Obey has won 21 straight races, easily prevailing through wars and economic crises that have spanned presidencies from Nixon to Obama. Yet the discontent with Washington surging through politics is now threatening not only his seat but Democratic control of Congress.

Obey is one of nearly a dozen well-established House Democrats who are bracing for something they rarely face: serious competition. Their predicament is the latest sign of distress for their party and underlines why Republicans are confident of big gains in November, and perhaps even winning back the House.

The fight for the midterm elections is not confined to traditional battlegrounds, where Republicans and Democrats often swap seats every few cycles. In the Senate, Democrats are struggling to hold on to, among others, seats once held by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. Democrats are preparing to lose as many as 30 House seats – including a wave of first-term members – and Republicans have expanded their sights to places where political challenges seldom develop.