It's a double roundup this week, since your humble Devil forgot to post last week's one. So, number five features this motley crew...
The UK Libertarian has a famous video clip. Another, somewhat more sombre video about farming ... humans! And he also has an impassioned comment on the NHS.
Samizdata reckon that we need to keep sticking it to the warmists.
Bill Quango MP has that Gordon Brown relaunch video.
A Libertarian's Perspective has uncovered the plans for Operation Total Bollocks.
Captain Ranty is a bit miffed with Gordon Brown.
Bristol Dave has a nice video on being offended.
Anna Raccoon has details on the impartial Speaker abusing his title, sees a totally un-totalitarian testbed. And expresses an opinion on public sector overemployment.
Obnoxio The Clown has a rather curious idea on who to vote for. And points out that "the Left" have rather won the battle for ideas.
Constantly Furious thinks we may be giving the Falklands away soon.
Timmy says the decline of British Manufacturing is a myth.
Douglas Carswell says the BBC is full of corporatist balls.
And this week's roundup is yet another amusing collection of thoughts and screeds from across the libertarian-leaning blogosphere...
John Redwood makes a very important point.
Archbishop Cranmer has a piece on Labour's funding.
The Adam Smith Institute finds some good sense on the NHS.
Iain Dale has something interesting on tepid Parliamentary reforms.
The Whited Sepulchre has a thought-provoking piece on government regulation of drugs. While the UK Libertarian has videos on teachers unions and education.
Obnoxio takes aim at the Tories in general. And Dave in particular. I just hope he isn't really going to vote Labour.
And finally, Iowahawk has the best take on the Toyota recall yet.
That's all for this week: toodle-pip!
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