Monday, April 23, 2007

Blogging Round-Up - Eleven of the Best

i) The Pub Philosopher debates the recent EU laws banning Holocaust denial and other infringements on freedom of speech. As does EU Referedum and Devil's Kitchen and Tim Worstall and Iain Dale and Tin Drummer and Melanie Phillips.

Let's test these new laws;

I do not believe the Holocaust occurred.

There - put that in your pipe and smoke it, you fascist control freaks.

ii) EU Referendum reorts that

the pack ice off Newfoundland's northeast coast and southern Labrador is so unusually thick that 100 sealing vessels have been trapped and some are at risk of foundering

iii) Tim Blair asks why Islam is so appealing to mass murderers currently serving life sentences.

iv) A Tangled Web reports on heroic sailor, Arthur Batchelor's, admission that he 'cried himself to sleep after his captors likened him to Mr. Bean'.

v) Harry's Place and Pickled Politics begin their campaign to get people to vote in the upcoming UK council elections to prevent the BNP from gaining ground.

vi) Tim Worstall reports on the 266 ways to legally break in to someone's house

vii) Adelaide Green Porridge Cafe discovers the formula for earning a six figure salary from blogging.

viii) Kerplunk has some interesting rules to help you determine your victim status

ix) Norm reports on the impending catastrophe that is Zimbabwe

x) No Pasaran reminds us that 40% of the French electorate were undecided just 24 hours before the election.....because the candidates stink.

xi) WomanHonorThyself reveals that Hamas militants called Sunday for a fresh wave of attacks against Israel