Today we passed the 53,000,000 mark in views on the blog. 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. 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. I also want to thank our regular readers who email me to flag my signature typos or any violations of the civility or copyright policies on the blog.
So here is our current profile:
As of this morning, we have over 20,100 posts and over 1,111,000 comments. With the meltdown at Twitter, we saw a notable drop in Twitter subscribers but we have since made up much of the decline. We stand at over 218,000 Twitter followers and roughly 6,000 people who signed up for alerts by emails.
In the last 90 days, our ten biggest international sources for readers came from:
1. United States
3. United Kingdom
9. New Zealand
The top five posted in terms of readership in the last 90 days are:
1. Beware the Eephus: Washington on Edge As Durham Prepares Possible Indictments and Report
2. Twitter Suspends Science Writer After He Posts Results Of Pfizer Clinical Test
3. “It Was F***ing Crazy Sh**”: Videotape Shows Hunter Biden Purportedly Admitting Russians Have Blackmail Material on Him
4. Justified Shooting or Fair Game? Shooter of Ashli Babbitt Makes Shocking Admission
5. Court Rules Air Force Is More At Fault For Mass Shooting Than The Shooter
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.
13 thoughts on “Res Ipsa Hits 53,000,000”
“As of this morning, we have over 20,100 posts and over 1,111,000 comments.”
Yea but half of them are 2 guys arguing back and forth.
ha ha just joking, congratulations.
I guess I’m one of the 6000 subscribed. I normally avoid anything political online but this site is a bit different so I can understand the popularity. People are tired of echo chambers. Well done.
Congratulations, JT (and Darren).
Thank you for your help, Darren!
Content speaks for itself.
Unfortunately , here in Pierce County Washington State Superior Court, U.S. District Court and the Bankruptcy Court all work in corrupt collusion with each other to achieve their corrupt illegal objective when the case involves corruption and fraud, they absolutely never allow the facts to speak for themselves. They will join their color of Law hands in a RICO effort to silence the factual truth no matter what is stolen or what person,man , woman or child’s life they have to illegally and wrongfully destroy. There is no FBI, U.S Attorney that will uphold your Rights or the Law when it involves public corruption, the judiciary or Bar Association. Threaten to sue them, they will dispatch U.S. Marshals to harass and try to intimidate you in an effort to silence you & make you give up having the Facts speak for themselves. Resulting in these facts speaking for themselves instead. Unfortunately as with every “No where & No one to turn to scenario” these facts only speak to deaf ears far away that are not about to upset the status quo resulting in empty Offices and hot news paper articles spread across this nation much faster than the Covid 19 virus.
Dr. Turley’s vaccine for confirmation bias 🙂
“Again, we thank our loyal readers who return every day to discuss contemporary legal, political, and occasionally bizarre stories.”
With pleasure. It would help if you could see your way to implore your readers not to ask those contributors who criticize your views to leave this forum.
I watch the blog once a day for each issue. So three times 365 x 10 years
The number of viewers. The blog may be opened 35 million times but not by that many people since most viewers watch the blog three times a day time 7 days a week times 52 weeks a year.
That’s what RSS is for. Saves you having to watch for updates.
That is great Professor!
Good to see your site gets that much visits from other countries.
Yay Prof Turley! And also to your loyal readers!
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