Friday, December 31, 2010

Top 10 Most Popular Posts of 2010

As 2010 draws to a close, a recap is in order. The following stories were the top ten in terms of viewership.

10. Morongate: Matthew Yglesias Proves, Once Again, He's the Dumbest Blogger Alive (Unless Joe Biden Started a Blog When I Wasn't Looking)

[18,301 page views, 9 tweets] Over at Thin Progress, the intellectually stunted Matthew Yglesias contends that "If The Founders Had Wanted a Supermajority Requirement for the Senate, They Could Have Put One in the Constitution".

9. Don't Cry for Me, America

[20,739 page views, 50 tweets] In the early 20th century, Argentina was one of the richest countries in the world. While Great Britain's maritime power and its far-flung empire had propelled it to a dominant position among the world's industrialized nations, only the United States challenged Argentina for the position of the world's second-most powerful economy.

8. Candid photo captures the haunting beauty of the federal postal service, which is only losing $1 billion a month

[25,078 page views, 10 tweets] A recent photo captured the efficiency of the federal bureaucracy as it relates to its "management" of the postal service.

7. 15 Most Bizarre Photos From Jon Stewart's Rally You'll Never See in Legacy Media

[25,210 page views, 95 tweets] "Fear of Sanity" was an apt description of this progressive celebration.

6. Don Rickles Roasts Congress

[26,848 page views, 30 tweets] A satirical roast of Democrats that actually got me into trouble with Don Rickles' public relations team. Oh -- and it was my first post that made Snopes.

5. To be (a lawyer) or not to be...

[42,556 page views, 81 tweets] Larwyn relayed an interesting message that begins: "Is the President's resume accurate when it comes to his career and qualifications? I can corroborate that Obama's "teaching career" at Chicago was, to put it kindly, a sham."

4. Pelosi's Children and Grandchildren Used Military Jets As Cross-Country Shuttle Service So They Could Avoid Dealing With the Rabble

[46,802 page views, 88 tweets] Since Nancy Pelosi took over as Speaker in 2006, she's rung up millions in military travel expenses to commute between San Francisco and Washington. And her children and grandchildren hitched rides on numerous occasions.

3. Animated GIF -- Compare and Contrast Rally Sizes: #OneNation vs. #828

[72,305 page views, 178 tweets] Check out the crowds at the mall for the 8/28 patriots' rally versus the progressives' "One Nation" protest.

2. Photo Gallery: Check out the Carbon Footprint of Al Gore's New Ocean-View Mediterranean Villa

[83,584 page views, 112 tweets] It's not every day that one of the prime instigators of the global warming scam buys a 9-bedroom home with ocean views.

1. 15 Photos From the #OneNation Rally You'll Never See In Legacy Media

[121,717 page views, 815 tweets] Some of the attendees of the Democrat Party's preeminent rally are revealing indeed.

And a special shout out to this year's top ten referers:

10. Pundit & Pundette: 16,726.
9. Curmudgeonly & Skeptical: 17,977.
8. Legal Insurrection: 25,651.
7. NewsBusters: 28,887.
6. Gateway Pundit: 38,145.
5. Ace of Spades: 47,114.
4. Hot Air: 104,686.
3. Pajamas Media: 108,390.
2. Linkiest: 125,606.
1. Michelle Malkin: 247,606.

A Happy New Year and a Ginormous Thank You to Every Reader and Every Fellow Blogger. Except for you anti-American types. You know who you are.


Brumfield said...

and a Happy New Year to you too,Doug!

suek said...

Ditto. The day isn't complete without checking in here...

sTevo said...

Happy New Year.
Enjoy your blog.
As Ella Fitzgarald sings
"You are the best"