(Disturbing) quote of the week.
Which of the two is more familiar with “depression economics”?
Some history on the lack of history . . .
When will bankers pick up the bill for the financial crisis and the recession that they caused?
The other side of “Coin”.
The former premier’s “tunnel vision” on Iraq.
The proposed ban is wrong and disproportionate.
The Tories have no empirical or historical basis for their hysteria over the debt.
Peter Mandelson’s memoir confirms how slippery Tony Blair was as prime minister.
The shadow foreign secretary tells me there is some truth in Mandy’s revelations.
Why I won’t be weeping for Raoul Moat.
Defending your economic plans means you have to try to discredit your opponents.
Some brief, perhaps random, thoughts.
Good riddance, I say, to all slackers and tax avoiders.
New twist in the Andy Burnham “is he in/is he out” story.
Blogger Philip Weiss has them, and they’re not pretty.
I’m afraid we have to be at the forefront of “Not in our name” campaigns, whether we like it or not.
Surely he can’t be both, can he?
We always knew he was a hawk not a dove.
The Guardian’s Treasury scoop demands a better response from the right.
The late Senator Robert Byrd’s moving 2003 speech, opposing the invasion of Iraq.
Paul Krugman excoriates our coalition of deficit hawks.
Deaths up. McChrystal out. No end in sight.
How good was the Chancellor’s Budget speech?
The evidence from Sweden ain’t great.
Others now realise how Barack has let us down -- especially on freedom and security.
This time from the Lib Dem cabinet minister Chris Huhne.
I have to say his description of the PM startled and frustrated me.