It’s that time of year when we do “Best of” and “Top 10” style posts.
Here are some from recent years that I have done:
- In 2017 we had fun, fun, fun
- Legal Insurrection’s 10 Most Viewed Posts of 2016
- 10 most viewed Legal Insurrection posts in 2015
We have good news this year, and bad news.
The good news is that we had a lot of posts that generated a high number of views, particularly through social media sharing.
The bad news is that of the Top 10 most-viewed posts, only three were by me, and none of mine placed in the Top 3. That means I am at risk of being classified as a “non-essential” author, subject to furlough.
Here are the 10 most-viewed posts of 2018, in descending order:
It is unusual for a cartoon to be one of our most viewed posts, but it happened. Usually the cartoons spread over social media, which makes it hard to track, but these were views on the post itself. Have I ever mentioned that Tony Branco has a book? And that you can buy it?
Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive!
No one saw this coming, no one.
Recipe: Three parts cream, one part sugar, two parts hate. In case you were wondering, Ben and Jerry no longer own Ben & Jerry’s. They sold it a decade ago to Unilever. So Unilever US is to blame for this abomination.
I still don’t know why Amazon took the hatchet to us. But nevertheless, we persist.
California Dreaming turns into California Nightmare. Because Democrats.
But it will rise from the dead, like the Zombie Apocalypse.
3. Tucker Carlson’s Daughter Harassed at Restaurant – Michael Avenatti wants Tucker or others charged for defending her
#TheResistance will fight in the restaurants, will never surrender.
From the “can you imagine if a Republican said this about a Democrat president” file.
Not only was this the most viewed post of 2018, it is the most viewed post at Legal Insurrection EVER, mostly because it was shared 236,000 times on Facebook.
No one tell Fuzzy, who authored the post. I’ll never hear the end of it.
I promise to do better in 2019.
Just give me another chance.
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