Today marks NOL‘s third year of existence.
It’s been a great ride so far. Below are some of our most popular posts of the year, but first I’d like to highlight the new ventures of some of our guest bloggers over the year.
- Andrew Roth (here are his contributions to NOL) has a new project up that’s well worth your time, Murica Derp.
- Hank Moore (here are his contributions to NOL) has a new project up and running as well, The Libertarian Liquidationist, and you should definitely show him your support.
As far as top 2013 posts at NOL goes, here are some of the most read:
Guillermo Pineda’s post “El grave error del libertarianismo guatelmateco…” was the most most-read post of 2013.
New notewriters Adam Magoon’s “Debunking the Wage Slavery Myth” and LA Repucci’s “Statists applaud death of unarmed mother…” garnered a lot of reads and our Russian correspondent’s (Evgeniy) debut post “Just to say hello” was wildly popular as well.
Judging by the amount of reads Jacques Delacroix’s post on “Unequal Poverty…” received, I think it’s safe to say that it proved to be controversial, and Payam Ghorbanian’s guest post on the recent Iranian nuclear talks garnered the most reactions.
Rick, Audrey, Michael, Tibor, Jesper, Matthew, Claudio and guest author Peter Miller all put in valuable time to contribute to a better understanding of liberty and freedom. Our third year is going to be our best yet, so don’t go anywhere!