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Archive for December 31st, 2011

2011 In Review

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2011/12/31

As Hot Air walked through its top 50 viewed articles, it made me curious. What did the Truth Before Dishonor readers read in 2011? What were our hits?

After lying dormant for over a year, Truth Before Dishonor became active again at the very end of April, 2011… and came back stronger than ever, thanks in no small part to the stable of authors here, and to all the interested readers of course. So what did the visitors view in 2011?

The Top Ten most viewed articles in 2011:

10 The Bible Says Don’t Judge, Right?
A purely Christian and apolitical article debunking the “don’t judge” myth, which was, interestingly enough, originally published in March, 2010.

9 Democrat Civil Rights History
An April 2009 article which is mostly (but not entirely) a reprint of an older article Bob Parks wrote putting paid to the lie that Democrats have led the charge on Civil Rights (they fought against Civil Rights every step of the way).

8 Robert L Hymers III Is In Deep Doodoo
Robert L Hymers III and Lenny Dykstra get themselves in deep legal troubles, but the intent of the article was to show the major cultish power the Hymers clan has and the intimidation the Hymers clan practices.

7 Barack Obama: The Most Corrupt President Ever
Solyndra, Fast and Furious, New Black Panther Party, pressuring a 4-star General to lie under oath, and more.

6 Government Control v Free Market
Written in 2010, the photo says it all.
Korea at night

5 The Dixiecrat Myth
A complete debunking of the absurd Leftist claim that racist Democrats became Dixiecrats and then became racist Republicans over a 12-year stretch.

4 Israeli Atrocities?
The Fisking of yet another fraudulent Pallywood Jew-hating production.

3 The Bronze Medal goes to West Virginia Governor Special Election Results
A live-blog of the race that was much tighter than it would’ve been had the Democrats not passed ObamaCare against the public’s wishes.

2 the Silver Medal goes to Rule 5 Political Style
A bevy of beautiful Conservative women and a couple ugly Liberals.

And the Grand Champion, the Number One, Gold Medal winning, most viewed article of 2011 is New York 9th District Election Results
In the aftermath of Anthony Weiner showing his sausage, all of America — and many across the world — wanted to know: would a Republican take the Wiener seat? After all, as DNC spokes-bimbo Debbie Wasserman Schultz said, the district that had been Democrat-held since the 1920s was an especially difficult district for Democrats to win. What?

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2012: The Year We’ve All Been Waiting For

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2011/12/31

As 2011 comes to a close and 2012 comes roaring in, expectations for the new year are high, especially in the political arena. As the events of 2009 brought about a major awakening in America, causing the historic 2010 elections (over 700 previously Democrat-held seats flipped Republican), just so the events of 2011 portend to a continued return to Constitutional sanity in 2012 as the disaster that has been our experimentation with Socialism continues to be erased.

But on this day, December 31, my thoughts return to the same thoughts as every December 31 for the past 30 years, and to one single, haunting song:

From all of us at Truth Before Dishonor to all of you who read us, may your New Year be more blessed than the old one and may your family be blessed.

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