Thanks to you, 2014 was another great year here at The Western Word (TWW)!
TWW has been an active blog since January 10, 2005, and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.
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It is always fun to see which columns are viewed the most and from where the columns are viewed. This past year people from 98 countries visited TWW. A special “shout-out” to the nine people in China who stopped by!
In 2014, there were 315 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 2,415 posts.
Listed below are the top five columns that received the most views in 2014:
This April 2014 column was about the Republican U.S. House primary race in Montana and some Republicans saying that Ryan Zinke was not conservative enough.
The June 2014 column asked the poll question, “Who do you think won the June 14 U.S. Senate debate between John Walsh, Steve Daines, and Roger Roots?”
In this April 2014 column, I wrote about the Senate passing an unemployment extension bill and that Congressman Steve Daines (R-Mont.) should push for this bill to get a vote in the House.
This is a column from August 2013 that still gets a lot of views. The column was about Great Falls Tea Party activist Cyndi Baker writing in her personal blog about a customer at the restaurant where she is employed leaving a note on the customer comment card that was mildly critical of her political views.
This June 2014 column was about Montanans being subjected to some interesting ads in the senate race between U.S. Representative Steve Daines and U.S. Senator John Walsh.
Thanks to all the folks who stopped by to visit TWW, and to those who linked to this site – thank you!
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