The Carnival of the Liberals is a solid roundup of stuff, though the topics are quite predictable. If you haven't been following the political blogs at all lately, it's a good catch-up edition. If you have, there's usually at least one new blog or thought there....
British Police Bloggers haven't yet, it seems, run into the humorless chain of command problems of US police bloggers.
Speaking of Justice, I still haven't figured out what to say about China's "Bus of Death", mobile execution facility. Speechlessness seem appropriate, somehow.
Conversely, I have too many things to say about Tim Burke's thoughts on politics and liberty to know where to start. A bit at a time, perhaps.
Jonathan Wilson has produced a short guide to tendentious history which, in spite of the easiness of the target, is a wonderful piece.
Finally, contrasting adaptations: Orac tackles racialist nonsense and Ozarque compares bad news to the ever-present tick.
See also: Laughing at Neo-nazis, an incredible rainbow, Beer Spearing, Living with HIV/AIDS Blog Carnival, Lazy Cluelessness, and Legal antics.