Happy New Year’s Eve, all!
If you follow FamilyScholars or The Institute for American Values on Twitter or Facebook–if you don’t, let’s make that happen!-then you know we’ve been counting down both the most impactful posts on FamilyScholars in terms of views as well as several editor’s picks for 2012.
For a little sample of our editor’s picks, check out these posts from early in 2012 from Amber Lapp, John Culhane, Fannie, me, Stephanie Blessing, Christelyn D. Karazin, David Blankenhorn, Alana S., Stephanie Lind, or Matt N.
In terms of page views, several of our recent FamilyScholars Symposium pieces topped the list as well as several pieces by State of our Union’s co-author and blogger W. Bradford Wilcox. In looking at the numbers, I found it appropriate that the top viewed piece is a one-sentence post from David Blankenhorn–a popularity that shows the strength of the FamilyScholars commenting community. Granted, no blogger or commenter is perfect, but overall, the tenor and intellectual rigor of the comments is consistently high.
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