"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Monday, December 3, 2012

November was our best month ever

Record Breaking - 71,021 pageviews for November

By Gary;

With the hot race for President this site broke a record for the month of October. The readership for this site hit a high of 41,326 pageviews for the month.

I naturally suspected that after the election the viewership to this Blog would drop off.  That has not happened.

Instead of going down, the Blog viewership dramatically increased all month.  We ended November with a staggering 71,021 pageviews.  Hopefully these many new readers will keep coming by this site.  

The growth in readership has been a wonderful surprise.

THE FEDERALIST blog began in May, 2011 with a "massive" 834 pageviews for that month.

By August, 2011 our monthly viewership had jumped up to 6,588 views, and by January, 2012 we hit 19,949.

Now just a few months later we are up to a monthly total of 71,021.

Not too bad for a news and opinion site on an Internet that is totally saturated with news.

All of us on the net dream late at night of being Matt Drudge. But deep down we know that is not going to happen.

But Bloggers are doing something right. Governments all over the world are scared shitless that we even exist. Scared to the point that Bloggers are arrested and their sites blocked.

In my own way I try to cover stories often ignored by the Elite Media. Stories from a Constitutional Federalist point of view. A point of view that has nearly vanished in a modern Socialistic Big Brother state.

Finding many of these stories is a lot harder than you might think. The mainstream media and even Fox News often have little to no interest in real stories that matter. Instead they take knee-jerk partisan points of view that do not require rational thought. Finding interesting stories is a challenge.

Again, thank you all for coming by this Blog. See you down the Internet road.

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