All posts tagged "Politique"

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    La subvention et le calcul économique

    1.Le calcul économique Dans une économie complexe, la monnaie, les échanges, et la propriété privée des moyens...

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    UberPop: une "Pétition des fabricants de chandelles" version 2015

    Avec tout le saccage que les conducteurs de Taxi furieux contre Uber Pop ont causé aujourd’hui à...

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    The Lamps Are Going Out

    Reprinted from Taki’s Magazine Last night the streetlights in my pleasant little English market town were switched...

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    Ontario Teachers: A Failure According to Wynne Government

    In a great essay, Lawrence Reed points out that government’s constant efforts to reform its own policies...

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    A Letter from Cass Sunstein

    From the desk of Cass Sunstein Former Administrator of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory...

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    Outlawing "Bankruptcy" in Europe

    The European Union (EU) is currently discussing banning “bankruptcy.” Not the actual financial act, but the word. Apparently there is a stigma attached to going bankrupt. It leaves people thinking that perhaps you are not credit worthy and that they should think twice about lending you money. To stop people governments from...

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    More French Fury

    Two years ago, the French government lost its precious AAA bond rating from Standard and Poor’s. Last week the agency cut the beleaguered nation’s credit rating again, this time from AA+ to AA. As recently as August, French President Francois Hollande claimed that “recovery is here.” The recent move by S&P sparked...

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    The French Choice: Soccer or Taxes

    The list of France’s national pastimes includes striking, but it also includes soccer. You can imagine the confusion/ire/angst generated by the announcement that the premier French league will strike at the end of November in protest of Socialist President Francois Hollande’s controversial new tax initiative. The tax in question is a top...

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    The new France – taxes for all, jobs for none

    One in four French University graduates wants to leave the country for a better life. More than 70 percent of the French feel that taxes are “excessive” and 80 percent believe the country’s economic policy is “misguided” and “inefficient.” This is the new France of Francois Hollande, now the most highly taxed...

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    Forget About Reinhard & Rogoff

    Ever since a minor spreadsheet error was discovered in a 2010 study evidencing the plainly obvious fact...

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    Lies, Special Interests and Plastic Bags

    The environmental movement continues its jack-booted march down the road to serfdom.  I normally wouldn’t mind, except...

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    Quebec’s Brownshirts

    During the rise of nearly every socialist/fascist regime, one of the ingredients has always been the formation...

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    Automated Totalitarianism: A Critical Analysis of The Protomen

    “No one was left who could remember how it had happened, how the world had fallen under...

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    Privatize the CBC? They can’t even do a proper cost-benefit analysis

    The Globe and Mail commented today that the CBC published a consultant’s report showing that the broadcaster “has a $3.7 billion economic impact every year, while a privatized version without the parliamentary grant would produce only $1.1 billion in economic activity.” Can’t these guys even do a proper cost/benefit analysis? The CBC...

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    40 Years of Fiat Currency – Is Gold as ‘Cheap’ as it was in 1971?

    Originally Published on http://greshams-law.com/ Monday was the 40th anniversary of the irredeemable fiat dollar. Unlike the preceding...

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    Enseigner le gouvernement aux enfants

    Les enfants sont des êtres curieux. À chaque jour, ils veulent connaître quelque chose de nouveau. Il...

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    Taxer les riches : un non-sens

    La misère des riches   Les années se suivent et se ressemblent chez les partisans de l’intervention de l’État. Le Centre canadien de politiques alternatives (CCPA) a sorti un rapport1 décriant (encore) que les chefs d’entreprises gagnent trop. En effet, les 100 chefs d’entreprises les mieux payés au Canada gagnent en moyenne...

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