Saturday, March 14, 2009

Recommended Reading

Daniel1979 Recommends from this past week:

Please note that I do not necessarily agree with the points being raised in these, however, I felt they are all interesting enough to recommend.

Frasier Nelson tells us why so many people in this country on welfare, here.

Advanced Media Watch tells us that a huge chunk of Italy has declared independence, here.

Daniel Finkelstein welcomes us to the era of no money, here.

Iain Martin sketchbook's the scene 25 years in the future, with Gordon Brown refusing still to apologise for his errors, here.

Gerald Warner talks about Gordon Brown winning the support of the ghost of the Soviet Union, here.

Obnoxio the Clown risks being branded a racist (again), here.

Letters from a Tory is seeking feedback, here.

The Man in a Shed defends capitalism against BBC claims, here.

The All Seeing Eye highlights that the UK will have just one airworthy Harrier on April 1st, here.

Cato tells us his feelings on Red Nose Day, here.

Brits at their Best remind us of the good of Queen Victoria, here.

And for a little less reading, Donal Blaney points out that President Obama's approval ratings are lower that George W Bush's were, and offers a short video of President Obama in a less flattering light, here.

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