Here we go (sorry it's just a round-up but there's so much going on at the moment that if I wrote about each one individually I'd be glued to the keyboard into the middle of next week and it is a Bank Holiday Monday after all).
Why did the Heartlands Institute ever think this would be a winning campaign? AGW proponents likened to mass murderers.
Here's a more measured approach from The Commentator: The Rise of Leftist Eco-Fascism.
And WUWT put their cards on the table: CRU scientists are unscrupulous liars worthy of our scorn.
No surprises after the weekend's election results: Euro tanks to three-month low.
Here is the final percentage of Greek votes and, proving that neo-fascism is in the eye of the beholder, a warning about the Golden Dawn. Here's a pic of 'the face of the enemy' - note the cigarette:
America on alert as DHS buys in seven years worth of ammunition.
Don't bother reading the witterings of our own msm - try this instead from der Spiegel: Bound to disappoint - future problems for France .
It's interesting to note that 'raging Lefty' Hollande's proposal to tax earnings over 150k euros at 45% will bring him into line with 'Conservative' Osborne's budget plans for 2013.
Canada & the EU are having a tough time selling the proposed new trade agreement to the people.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney still has problems as endorsements remain tepid. Santorum, Gingrich, Bachmann and other movers & shakers are less than enthusiastic.
Last night's Telegraph had this from Boris Johnson: Why do foreigners get all the jobs? But in case we think he's serious, don't forget this from 2008: Boris calls for an amnesty for illegals.
Finally, this is from Feb and shows Irish journalist, Vincent Browne, effortlessly leaving a suit from the ECB on the ropes:
So that's it. It's an absolutely beautiful morning down here; the sun is shining, the sky is blue and it's still only half past seven.
UPDATE: It might be worth bookmarking this link and keeping an eye on it. It's the so-called Alternative Queen's Speech and comprises fifteen proposals put forward by Conservative backbenchers. The plan is to roll out one proposal at a time on the site and the first deals with the creation of a British Bill of Rights.
Here is a better explanation from the DM. Davis and Redwood are amongst those who've put forward proposals and a cursory reading reveals nothing radical at all - it's simply what Conservatism used to mean, which, perversely, means it's very radical indeed.
UPDATE2: Proposal 2: Promotion of Competition Bill
Proposal 3: Rail Improvements Bill
Proposal 4: Make Prison Work Bill
Proposal 5: Fairness to UK Taxpayers Bill
Proposal 6: Affordable Energy Bill
Proposal 7: Anti-Congestion Bill
Proposal 8: Double EU Referendum Bill
Proposal 9: Education (Choice & Opportunity) Bill
Proposal 10: University Standards Bill
Proposal 11: Double Devolution Bill
Proposal 12 Finance Bill
Proposal 13 Trade Union Members' Bill
Proposal 14: Electoral Integrity Bill
Proposal 15: Lords Reform Bill