Sunday, April 26, 2009

Recommended Reading

Here is my latest recommended reading list.


Please note, I do not necessarily agree with these posts and articles, however I found them sufficiently interesting to warrant a recommendation:


Things must be bad if the BBC's EU loving Brussels correspondent Mark Mardell finds something bonkers, but he tells us why he not a fan of the monthly trips to Strasbourg, here.


John Redwood with a letter to shareholders from the Finance Director from UK PLC, here.


Daniel Hannan talks about his annoyance of the BNP being referred to as a "Far Right" party when they are a "Far Left" Party, and he says the New Statesman agrees with him, here.


Andrew Grimson asks if the Mayor of London is the Prime Minister in waiting, here.


And finally, on Ron Paul's blog, Tax Propaganda from WW2, co-starting Donald Duck, here.

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