Santa Brought Me A Laptop

…so expect more posts from yours truly this year. In case you guys didn’t know, I was robbed over the summer while living on the streets and attending summer school. It was a tough situation, but I’m on track to graduate debt-free from school, so boo-freaking-hoo for me.

I hope you guys stick around for another year. We launched this consortium just under a year ago and we’re excited and proud of what has become of it so far.

Take a look at the recommendations page, as it just received (another) overhaul. Also be on the lookout for more bloggers this year. We’ve got a bunch of academic economists, a historian, a law professor and an academic psychologist-turned-anarcho-feminist who have expressed interest in our humble project.

The most popular blogger (at least in terms of views) was Dr. Delacroix. Here are three of our readerships favorites (again, at least according to views):

  1. Guns and Truth
  2. Pure Racism and Chinese Dining
  3. Karl Marx Was Right (Pretty Much)

Rounding out the Top 5 Most-Read Blog Posts were “Celebrating Chevron’s Profits” by Dr. Gibson and “Colonialism: Myths and Realities” by yours truly.

I’d also like to extend my sincere gratitude to Hank Moore for helping the consortium to launch its Facebook page. Without his support we wouldn’t be where we are today.

I’d like to thank everybody who has chimed in and added his or her own two cents as well. I know you certainly help me flesh out my thoughts on everything. Here’s to an amazing 2012 and a rollicking 2013.

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