Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Quick blog roundup:

Kaleboel denounces pirated software in Spain.

Ibex Salad has everything you ever wanted to know about the olive oil market.

Fausta has your Go to Hell Hugo update. By the way, Jose of Barcepundit and I will be appearing live on Fausta's podcast next Monday at noon. We're going to be talking about the 9/11 trial, immigration, and probably the Zap government too. I'll give y'all more information when I get it.

Speaking of Barcepundit, he's got three excellent links up to a writer named Robert Latona, including comments on Zap and 3/11.

A Fistful of Euros gets us all ready for Eurovision again.

Davids Medienkritik catches Der Spìegel being snarky about US democratic practices.

Expat Yank blasts New Labour "pay-as-you-use" dogma.

Eursoc fills us in on those fringe French candidates who just might torpedo a major candidacy again this year.

Playing Chess with the Dead blasts the PP and especially its conspiracy-theory wing. He's right. The PSOE deserves a good blasting, too, though, for the way it has also used the dead of 3/11 politically.

Pejman doesn't buy the theory that the US is swinging leftward.

Pave France denounces anti-Semitism in, you guessed it, France.

Notes from Spain celebrates ham.

Meryl Yourish exposes more typical Reuters bias.

¡No Pasarán! points out the lack of logic behind the Red-Green alliance.

Beautiful Horizons reminds everyone, especially Continental Europeans screaming that the sky is falling, that the Cold War was a lot worse.

Colin Davies has more on 3/11 and all other things Spanish or Galician.

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