Can I ask Scotland-based readers to let me know if tomorrow's Sunday Express manages a whimper of an apology about the whole "Dunblane kids are evil for being just like every other teenager ever" story? I'm guessing not, but you never know, do you? Obviously, please don't buy the thing; just have a flip through in the petrol station or newsagents while you're popping in to get that post-hangover Mars Milk (well, it works for me). The latest comes from Tim over at Bloggerheads, who is going to monitor the situation as well.
The Evening Standard may have changed hands and is now no longer under the Rothermere tentacles, but it's nice to know some things never change - its journalism is just as miserably shabby as it always was. I must have seen the front page about "I want flag of Allah flying over Downing Stret" around 20 times now, and my brain still can't process it as anything other than a spoof. Is it real? I'm looking at it, and it looks real. Jamie has more. Answers on a postcard as to what that 'flag of Allah' might look like.
If you haven't seen the Jon Stewart takedown of Jim Cramer yet, you really should. Oh, I could watch it again, and again, and again.
Justin has news from Iraq about how the humanitarian intervention so beloved of the pro-war liberals hasn't quite managed to make everything better.
Ben Six looks at some truly nonsensical views expressed in the wake of the Luton protest.
By the way, it's normal to see 'political correctness' blamed for a lot of things. But murder? Where on earth would you see someone with such extreme views? Oh, Fox News. There you go.
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