Thursday, May 07, 2009

Recommended Reading - Bumper Edition

Here is my latest recommended reading list. As a one-off, today's edition is a bumper one as there has been a lot of good blog posts and articles to recommend.

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

The Daily Mail says that Jacqui Smith claims Redditch as a second home to Parliament so that she can claim taxpayer funded expenses, but has not made that declaration to Redditch council. Full story here.

Behind Blue Eyes with Bureautopia, here.

Doctor Bloggs with some good information on Swine Flu and staying healthy, here.

Gerald Warner asks if David Cameron is Ted Heath, mk2, here.

Ranting Stan asks what we do after we have cut taxes and public expenditure, here.

Frasier Nelson says that quantitative easing is not doing what it is supposed to do, here.

Centurean2 blog asks why blogs that were enquiring about President Obama's birth certificate have been closed down, here.

Keep Right Online asks if we prefer Liberty & Danger, or Peace & Slavery, here.

And finally,the story of a homeless man in Winnipeg who jumped into a river to save a teenager from drowning, here.

2 comments:

Blue Eyes said...

Cheers :-)

Pete said...

The Obama birth certificate situation is potentially terrifying - blogs off the air mutilated animals at the front door etc all because Obama is scared to release proof that he is entitled to be President!

The US seems to have more than its fair share of left wing thugs - no wonder Gorgon's in love with him...