A service highlighting the riches of the daily press.
Last week Steve Bell penned a piece for his paper, the Guardian, on that New Yorker cover of Mr and Mrs Obama doing a "terrorist fist jab" in the White House. In it, he asked: "Can cartoonists go too far? Yes. Should we go too far? Yes." (More details - Guardian)
Yet one of his number, no doubt as polite, considered and as thoughtful as Bell, has stepped waaaaay over the line. In the Times today is a cartoon so hideous and so detailed in its realisation that the mere thought of it has Paper Monitor shuddering into its elevenses.
In Moreland's "BUSTED", Prudence catches out her beloved - Gordon Brown - naked, handcuffed and horizontal with a plumptious strumpet by the name of Ms Boom-Bust (click here if you dare lay eyes on the PM's imagined moobs. And who has been cast as the third member of this ménage à trois).
Apologies for this break in service, Paper Monitor has been lying down in a darkened room to recover. Alone.
The Daily Mail provides some light pictorial relief with important news from the front lines of fashion. The 1980s are so back.
In one dispatch - dateline Los Angeles - veteran clothes horse Victoria Beckham steps out in a black strapless dress and red stilettos with five-inch spikes in place of heels.
A few pages on, Princess Anne is pictured in the same floral dress and yellow hat that she wore when Charles wed Di in 1981. One suspects that Posh, even if she is the same dress size 27 years hence, will not provide the same then-and-now pictorial opportunities that the Mail is so very fond of.