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Chirac, Israël, Policiers agressés, église en flammes, mosquée de Belfort, badges de Roissy

Posted on Lundi 20 novembre 2006

Dufour pète le feu sur Libertyvox !

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jc durbant @ 14:40
Filed under: Pendant ce temps-là, en France
Le Pentagone passe ses options en revue

Posted on Lundi 20 novembre 2006

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The Pentagon‘s closely guarded review of how to improve the situation in Iraq has outlined three basic options: Send in more troops, shrink the force but stay longer, or pull out, according to senior defense officials.

Insiders have dubbed the options « Go Big, » « Go Long » and « Go Home. » The group conducting the review is likely to recommend a combination of a small, short-term increase in U.S. troops and a long-term commitment to stepped-up training and advising of Iraqi forces, the officials said.

Sittingbull @ 10:26
Filed under: De la guerre et de la paix andPosts in English
J’y vais à Noël

Posted on Lundi 20 novembre 2006

Un endroit merveilleux pour les vacances : La Molvanie. Guide Jetlag :
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D’autres info pour préparer votre voyage :
Critique du livre au Masque, 39′.
Letel @ 08:25
Filed under: Guligulis et glouglous andMémé Bookine
Baisse des impôts reaganienne globale = plus de croissance

Posted on Lundi 20 novembre 2006

The first former Iron Curtain country to cut its taxes was Estonia in 1994, led by Prime Minister Mart Laar, who claimed then the only economics book he’d ever read was Milton Friedman’s “Free to Choose.” Estonia established a flat rate on personal incomes of 26%; two years earlier it had abolished all import tariffs. Estonia grew.

After Estonia, flat-tax regimes coursed across Eastern Europe, as listed below (bear in mind that the top rate in the U.S. is 35%): Lithuania, 33%; Latvia, 25%; Slovakia, 19% (the former sad sack of the region, Slovakia’s growing economy has become its envy); Romania, 16%; Ukraine, 13%; Russia, 13%; and Georgia, 12%.

Sittingbull @ 06:18
Filed under: Politiques économiques
Compte à rebours

Posted on Lundi 20 novembre 2006

Plus que 3 jours…

Sittingbull @ 06:14
Filed under: Internet
Après le réchauffement, l’orgasme global

Posted on Lundi 20 novembre 2006

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The Global Orgasm for Peace was conceived by Donna Sheehan, 76, and Paul Reffell, 55, whose immodest goal is for everyone in the world to have an orgasm Dec. 22 while focusing on world peace.

« The orgasm gives out an incredible feeling of peace during it and after it, » Reffell said Sunday. « Your mind is like a blank. It’s like a meditative state. And mass meditations have been shown to make a change. »

Sittingbull @ 05:43
Filed under: De la guerre et de la paix andGuligulis et glouglous andPosts in English