Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Top 10 Posts for 2014

December is  a time of year to review your year almost gone, and make up a few best-of lists

So according to readership and the analytics of Mr Google, these right here were the best posts at NOT PC this 2014, in order:

  1. “I decided to write this after I noticed that western libertarians have unaccountably developed a soft spot for Russian president Vladimir Putin.”
    Putin’s Libertarians – Mikhail Svetov
  2. “As Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott heads to the Northern Territory to live in an aboriginal community for a week, honouring an election promise to gain “a better understanding of the needs of people living and working in those areas” by spending one week every year living amongst them, our guest correspondent from Australia, Suzuki Samurai, offers his own thoughts on the aboriginal culture, and its problems.  Complete with strong views, and even stronger language …”
    And Now for Something Completely Different – Suzuki Samurai
  3. “’These are some of the most serious allegations I’ve seen,’ said David Cunliffe this morning, about allegations that bloggers Whale Oil and Cactus Kate wrote ‘attack blogs’ at the behest of a paying client and a justice minister ‘gunning for’ a minion.”
    “Some of the Most Serious Allegations I’ve Seen…” – PC
  4. The Ant and the Grasshopper–2014 NZ Election Version – Anonymous
  5. QUOTE OF THE DAY: On the gap between rich and poor – Robert Samuelson
  6. Tall Poppies, Cyber Bullies, Culture Wars & Antidotes – PC
  7. Why Jamie Whyte Can’t Build an Electoral Fire under ACT – PC
  8. Quote of the Day: “…it is time to question the motives of socialism's advocates” – Ayn Rand
  9. Fuelling the Flame Within: Montessori Education and the Development of the Self – PC
  10. “So, How Come You Keep Bashing Religion?” – PC

Just thought you’d like to know that, once again, I’ve been beaten into a cocked hat by my own guest writers.


1 comment:

  1. Ayn Rand's not a bad quest writer though. We're off to the Sounds so thanks for the inclusion in the odd Ramble over the year, Peter - ended up getting 40 or 50 links from the lit piece in the end.

    Have a great festive season; don't let the wowsers bite.


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