Happy First Birthday to The Perspicacious Conservative!!
Over the last year, I’ve had 80 posts, 194 comments (not including those on Facebook debates) and over 10,000 hits!!! I thought my readers may be interested in a few search terms over the last 12 months.
Classic search terms in the 1st year of The Perspicacious Conservative
(These are ones that search terms I just found comical)
“Is there bug poop in candy?” [Yes, there is.]
“on what day did MLK have a dream.”
“Michelle Obama is fat”
“chickens on the looses”
“I left the water running, now what?”
“babies who have lost their gender”
The Most Searched Terms That Directed People to the PC
(most frequently googled)
“roswell chicken man”
“john albers senate bill 63”
“David Belle Isle”
“dignity for the unemployed negatives”
“bug poop in candy”
Most Popular Posts of the Last Year
1. “The Roswell Chicken Man and his fight for his Constitutionally Protected Rights”
-In an effort to help a man who experienced horrific treatment by the City of Roswell, this was truly the most meaningful issue I covered. It could happen to any of us.
2. “The Fate of the Chicken Man”
-A follow up to “The Roswell Chicken Man and his fight for his Constitutionally Protected Rights, this was the second most popular post.
3. “SB-63 and a bunch of other hidden stuff, too”
-As my very first post, it was surprising to me that this post continually got hits throughout the year (and still does!)
4. “What happened to Milton County?”
-This post was particular fascinating for the comments that followed.. Not only did readers argue with readers, Senator Albers’ wife used a fake email address and name in an attempt to retaliate for “bad press”. Not the way to go about it when everything can be tracked. (And it was.)
Tied for 5th:
-“Why the Amana Academy has the right to expand”
More pleased than myself should be my Public Administration & Democracy teacher for whom I wrote this paper. Originally a research analysis, it was exciting to see so many people read this post before Amana Academy/council hearings in Alpharetta.
-“Person of the Week: David Belle Isle”
And rightfully so. What a celebration it was!!!
7. “Going through it like it’s water!”
– In the heat of the election season for Roswell City Council, this posting stirred up significant emotion between candidates, constituents and the Roswell VFW Commander. Lee Fleck, who ran for Roswell City Council, provided me with some very powerful evidence.
8. “The Tackling of Tim Tebows Character”
You’ll also notice that it’s no longer “http://theperspicaciousconservative.wordpress.com…it’s official!! http://theperspicaciousconservative.com
All in all, it has been interesting and exciting to share my views with others and get feedback…of all kinds!! I’ve been asked to remove the blog (by politicians!), I’ve had blog topic requests- I’ve received more hits and subscribers than I ever could have imagined. Thank you for helping make the first year of The Perspicacious Conservative a great one!!