Sunday, October 3, 2010

Eighteen-Month Blog Report

Thank you for visiting my blog. In the year and a half since I began tracking hits, it has been visited at least 2,127 times (not counting my own visits, and only counting hits at least one hour apart as separate visits).

In addition to those who have visited my blog homepage, visitors have landed on 127 posts and visited 17 more. Eight posts have been visited over 50 times, and two have received over 200 visits. The Rise and Fall of Islamic Civilization is the post that has been visited the most: nearly 450 times. The two posts that have been visited the most half-way through my blog's second year of being tracked are the following: Report from the 2010 Pennsylvania Leadership Conference and Arizona Border Control Update: A Federal Judge Violates States' Rights.

Visitors have come from 49 American states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam, as well as 71 foreign states. Interesting recent foreign visits since my last report have come from Iceland and Papua New Guinea, with the most continuing to come from Malaysia.

Again, thank you for making this blog a success. I am especially grateful for my blog's most loyal visitors. Please continue to visit, suggest topics and post comments. Thank you. God bless.

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