We haven't done a blog roundup for at least a week and a half, so here goes.
La Liga Loca has the Spanish football quotes of the week.
Ibex Salad has more on the olive oil market.
Fausta has all the latest Go to Hell Hugo news. It was great to meet Fausta by phone last week. We may do another interview sometime.
Expat Yank goes after a bogus BBC report and a Bush-bashing Boris Johnson piece in the Telegraph.
Davids Medienkritik is being harassed by some pinhead, and gives Der Speigel another well-deserved fisking for its gratuitous anti-Americanism. ¡No Pasarán! has more on the pinhead and his attacks on Medienkritik.
As he does every day, Colin Davies comments from Galicia; today it's about Spanish demos and quack pseudo-medical products.
Chicago Boyz has an excellent post on how the Left has gotten both Vietnam and Iraq wrong.
The Brussels Journal opines on the release of Red Army Fraction terrorists in Germany, and on lessons we could learn from Herotodus.
A Fistful of Euros nominates the Belgians as the unlikely heroes of the row over admitting Serbia to the UN.
Publius Pundit reports on women's rights protestors in Iran--where are the American feminists when you need them?--and on "Neo-Soviet Russia."
Playing Chess with the Dead points out a contradiction in the March 11 conspiracy theory. The author, Graeme, has also been summarizing each day of the trial; here's Monday's report.
Pejman likes the free market.