Plenty of good links; not much to say about them. Sounds like a recipe for a linkfest:
Unable to shoot the mainstream media messenger, Brian O’Connell settles for skewering him, with this incisive post about the media’s use of subordinate clauses for purposes of insinuation.
Davids Medienkritik expounds on his theory that “much of the anti-Americanism that can be found in the German media is the result of the deliberate and collective efforts of a special group of activists: the German correspondents in the U.S.”
Barcepundit destroys the myth that the Spanish government has made one of the biggest pledges to tsunami relief.
Sneakeasy’s Joint is changing its name, but not really.
The Spear Shaker has the report on Arnold going nuclear. I heard the speech, and it was good. I’ll blog it when I find a transcript.
Commonwealth Conservative has an in-depth preview of the 2005 Virginia governor’s race, from his perspective as an elected official in Virginia.
UPDATE: And even more links:
The L.A. Times writes about a blind photographer. Armed Liberal knows him.
Take a look at Selected Pete’s Fahrenhype 9/11 project.