Wednesday afternoon blog roundup while listening to Creedence Clearwater Revival:
Biased BBC disposes of some commentator's bloviation about "What's Wrong with America."
Fausta has tons of interesting stuff every day.
The Fourth Rail is a tremendous resource on the war against terrorism and the Middle East, and USS Neverdock focuses on Islamism around the world. Both are daily reads for me.
I don't know if it's just me, but I've noticed several bloggers commenting on Islamism's inability to coexist with the liberal state. Here's Perry from Samizdata, and here's Pave France on the Robert Redeker tempest.
Akaky is articulately ironic.
Frank McGahon is Hayekistically against central planning.
Publius Pundit has two different pieces on Hugo Chavez, one on how he's pissed off Chile and the second on the decline and fall of Citgo.
La Liga Loca has fresh Spanish football news, including speculation about Real Madrid's finances and Ronaldinho's mediocre form. There is an amazing amount of pressure put on star players over here, and Ronaldinho has merely been above average, not brilliant, over the last two or three games. Maybe he's tired, maybe his knee is tweaked, maybe his girlfriend dumped him, maybe he's been filming too many commercials. Big deal. He'll become brilliant again pretty soon; he's got a track record for doing so.