Celebrating Our 6-Month Blogiversary – The Top 6 Posts In Mental Recession History

June 26, 2012 at 5:42 pm (Ballot Fraud, Blog, Blogiversary, Conservatives, Mental Recession, New York, Robert Bales, Stimulus, Top 6)

We are but infants in the blogging game.  But we’re celebrating anyway!

Six months ago, we started this blog with one very loud opinionated blogger and three followers. Today, we still have that loud opinionated blogger, but we’ve expanded to about four followers (Thank you Mom!) … (Dad, seriously, could you at least consider following?).

But that isn’t about to dampen our spirits here at the Mental Recession, as we celebrate our 6-month Blogiversary.  Thus far, we’ve posted exactly 501 times during that span, and experienced over 162,000 page views in all, an average of over 27,000 per month.

Most importantly, we’ve had a lot of fun doing this.  And we hope you have too.  Please consider hitting the ‘Donate’ button on the right side of the page, and help support this site – we badly needs some upgrades to keep expanding.

Thanks!

And without further ado, here are the Top 6 Posts in Mental Recession History…

6)  Company That Received $1.96 Billion in Stimulus, Gets $1.3 Million Grant For Employees Laid Off Because of Stimulus

5)  Yes, Liberalism IS a Mental Disorder

4)  Will the Department of Justice Investigate Attacks on Conservative Bloggers?

3)  Eighth Democrat Indicted in Upstate New York Ballot Fraud Investigation

2)  More Narrative Fail: Autopsy Reveals Trayvon Martin Had Bloody Knuckles When He Died

1)  Why is the U.S. Charging Robert Bales With the Murder of an Unborn Child, But Didn’t Charge Nidal Hasan?

Bonus – Top 6 Referring Sites…

6)  Patterico’s Pontifications

5)  RedState

4)  BadBlue

3)  Doug Ross @ Journal

2)  Instapundit

1)  Linkiest

And special thanks to the following people for either helping to promote some of the work done here at The Mental Recession, or for providing advice and inspiration in continuing on this path…

Tabitha Hale, Michelle Malkin, Doug Ross, John Ruberry, Anita MonCrief, Maggie ThurberWarner Todd Huston, All-American Blogger, Brian Garst, Tucker Carlson, John Brodigan, Caleb Howe, Bill O’Connell, Alexa, Smitty and the Other McCainMelissa Clouthier, Nice Deb, Fausta, Sarah Rumpf, Noel Sheppard, Ali AkbarMatt Sheffield, Ken Shepherd, Jon Henke, Accuracy in Media, Breitbart, NewsBusters, the Daily Caller, and many, many more…

Thanks, and we hope to see you here in another six months!

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Today is Our One Month Blogiversary!

January 27, 2012 at 9:58 am (Abortion, Big Government, Blogiversary, Doug Ross, Instapundit, Linkiest, New York, NewsBusters, Other McCain, Right Wing News, Technorati, Voter Fraud)

Alright, so maybe celebrating by months isn’t very professional… But we’re excited about our one month anniversary here at The Mental Recession!

We’ve had plenty of exciting developments here in the first 30 days, including:

  • Over 18,750 readers – that’s pretty good for the first month.
  • Linked to from such prestigious conservative sites as – Instapundit, the Other McCain, Right Wing News, Linkiest, Big Government, Doug Ross, and NewsBusters.
  • Lauded for our work in covering the upstate New York voter fraud case, and the Democrat cover-up of an abortion doctor now being charged with murder.  Okay, lauded might be a strong word, but it’s certainly been appreciated coverage.  🙂
  • Currently sitting at 113 on the Technorati list of top U.S. political sites.  Again, not too shabby for a brand new blog.

We just wanted to say thanks to all those who have stopped in to read our ramblings, especially those who have taken the time to make comments and have their voices heard as well.

We’d also like to hear some more feedback.  What can we do to make the site better?  Any comments/suggestions?  Do you have something you can contribute to The Mental Recession?  News story or commentary?  Please drop us a line at weiss.rusty@gmail.com.

Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much for your support!

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