Here we are in 2011 and I figured I’d close the door on 2010 by listing the most often viewed postings on here from the previous year.
1. Defending the price of adventure (Yes, a posting about an outdoor sport was the most viewed on a political blog. By nearly a 3-to-1 margin thanks to a link from NBC Sports.)
2. To build or not to build (My take on the Muslim mosque planned near Ground Zero in NYC.)
3. Fireworks, fireworks & more fireworks (Reprint of an old blog posting I did years ago on places to spend July 4th holiday. It still gets discovered via Google on a regular basis.)
4. Why we are a great nation (A big thanks to Craig Ferguson for not asking me to remove this.)
5. International obligations add up (The follow up to my popular posting about Abby Sunderland’s misadventures at sea in a sailboat.)
Rounding out the Top 10 are 6. “Chi! Chi! Chi! Le! Le! Le!“ (Still being discovered every week via a Google search proving the Chilean miners rescue are still topical), 7. Making God liable for everything, 8. When private becomes public, 9. One long wave … One short mast, and 10. Felonies and politics … part one.
As far as what I have planned for 2011 here on the web, well, only time will tell. I have many thoughts to put to paper but am not making any promises as to what is upcoming. You’ll just have to return and find out for yourself. It goes without saying, but I am saying it anyway, thank you very much for taking the time to read this blog. And have a wonderful 2011.
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