Res Ipsa Hits 49,000,000

crowd vj dayThis morning, we passed the 49,000,000 mark in views on the blog. We are continuing to experience a surge in viewers. 2020 was a record year in terms of traffic and 2021 is already surpassing the prior year. The blog continues to grow with new regular commenters and a growing international readership. Again, we thank our loyal readers who return every day to discuss contemporary legal, political, and occasionally bizarre stories. We have used these moments to give thanks for our many regular readers around the world and give you an idea of the current profile of readers on the blog. We continue to rank with the top legal blogs in the world. As always, I want to offer special thanks for Darren Smith who has continued to help manage the blog and help out folks who encounter posting problems.

So here is our current profile:

This morning, we have over 19,653 posts. With the meltdown at Twitter, we saw a notable drop in Twitter subscribers as thousands of people have boycotted the company over its censorship policies. Nevertheless, we are gradually picking up Twitter subscribers again.

In the last 90 days, our ten biggest international sources for readers came from:

1. United States
2. Canada
3. United Kingdom
4. Australia
5. France
6. Germany
7. European Union
8. Japan
9. Italy
10. Netherlands

The top five posted in terms of readership in the last 90 days are:

1.   The Case Against Retroactive Impeachments: A Response.

2.  D.C. Attorney General Looks Into Arresting Trump and Other

3. Is Eric Swalwell The Answer To Trump’s Prayers

4. Professor Calls For The Elimination Of Republican Party

5. CNN’s April Ryan Strikes Out At Reporters

Thank you to all of our regular commentators. We remain an extraordinarily broad and diverse body of commenters from different parts of the world and different political and social backgrounds. Thanks again.

14 thoughts on “Res Ipsa Hits 49,000,000”

  1. I may not agree with your POV much of the time , but nonetheless enjoy reading it. Amazing how this works in an age of intolerance of free speech and POV’s that don’t tow the left’s mantra.

  2. Gratitude, gratitude, gratitude to the Professor for offering this Free Speech Forum. Amazing! Much Needed! Much appreciated!

  3. Free speech is definitely one of the most worthy causes. I salute your untiring efforts!!

  4. Good work, Professor Turley!

    I enjoy your posts, too, Darren! Thank you for freeing comments from the WordPress filter when they get inexplicably snagged!

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