March 2008: The month in review

March has come and gone, and most of us are still around. If you're reading this, then congratulations on making it through and thanks for coming by to see what we've got to say.

As usual, we talked a lot about politics, but this month, we took side trips to
Zimbabwe as well as the Twilight Zone. We tried, as we always do, to cover some different ground and get away from politics. So we talked about having marked one of the two final milestones of grad school before graduation in May, talking about Easter, talking about my day job, and attending judicial events.

When it was all said and done, it looked like almost none of y'all really wanted to talk about anything but state politics. Darn ... well, we tried.

Once again, it's primary season here. That time of year the mentally unbalanced and kool-aid drinkers revel in drawing attention to themselves ... and then most of them get their tails kicked in June, once the spring fever wears off. For those of us who are gainfully employed, it makes fun watching, because unlike them, when it's over in June, we've still got jobs, and they don't.

As always, our Month in Review is about what turned our readers on. In this, we tip our hat to our readers, and look at what they read the most, and talked about the most.

Ten most-read postings:

1)
Inside Interview: Nikki Haley (3/10)
2)
Congrats to South Carolina's newest (and coolest) judge - Kristi Harrington (3/25)
3)
Fact-checking Club for Growth & House 117: Are they lying or just uninformed? (3/25)
4)
Conflicts of interest? (3/4)
5)
What would YOU do with $4300? (3/12)
6)
Blogland forces seize 6th District GOP in morning coup (3/22)
7)
Katon Dawson clears the air about Berkeley GOP breakfast club coup attempt (3/27)
8)
Beware the Ides of March: Wheeler Tillman and that good ol' mudslinging (3/26)
9)
"Operation Chaos" taking toll on Democratic Prez race (3/20)
10)
Moye Graham for 6th District GOP delegate (3/14)

Ten most-discussed postings:

1)
Fact-checking Club for Growth & House 117: Are they lying or just uninformed? (3/25)
2)
Beware the Ides of March: Wheeler Tillman and that good ol' mudslinging (3/26)
3)
Inside Interview: Nikki Haley (3/10)
4)
My last exam (3/12)
5)
What would YOU do with $4300? (3/12)
6)
Moye Graham for 6th District GOP delegate (3/14)
7)
Blogland forces seize 6th District GOP in morning coup (3/22)
8)
Witherspoon, 9th Circuit Solicitor candidates visit Berkeley GOP Breakfast Club (3/1)
9)
Remembering #161253 (3/1)
10)
Katon Dawson clears the air about Berkeley GOP breakfast club coup attempt (3/27)

1 Response to "March 2008: The month in review"

  1. Moye Graham 4/4/08 10:16
    Thanks

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