We haven't done a blog roundup in a while, so here goes.
Right Wing News has more on Barack Obama.
Some Cataloony is hassling Guirilandia, who neatly disposes of him.
La Liga Loca has the quotes of the week up. This is the single best source in English on Spanish football.
Notes from Spain has a podcast on San Anton in Madrid, which is the same as Els Tres Tombs in Barcelona--when you bring your pet to be blessed. This is probably the best Spanish lifestyle blog. They generally avoid controversial and political stuff, but they're great on everyday life in Spain.
¡No Pasarán! smacks down some conspiracy theorists.
Davids Medienkritik has Der Spiegel dead to rights again, this time on Iran.
Pave France looks at France and Iran.
Eursoc says the new far-right group in the Europarliament is no big deal, and points out more standard leftist hypocrisy.
Expat Yank opines on an English Parliament.
Samizdata gets revisionist about FDR. Check out the links. Iberian Notes's position: The New Deal is way overrated and didn't accomplish much. Nor was it precisely the work of Satan. And FDR won the war.
Publius Pundit has a serious-magazine-quality post on media malpractice at the Observer on the Litvinenko case. Read it.
Biased BBC has a roundup of articles from the British press on the BBC budget.
A Fistful of Euros comments on the 1956 proposal for a Franco-British merger, just released by the British National Archives.
I've added a link to Colin Davies, blogging from Galicia. Definitely check out his blog.