Sunday, May 1, 2016
That's right, The Political Chicken is four years old! To be honest, I used to be embarrassed to tell people that I had a blog, because it seemed that everyone and their brother had a blog, right? I could just hear the mental eye roll, "Oh, you've got a blog, huh?" Well, here I am, still excited and PROUD now that I do have my own blog, a creative outlet for me and a way to vent to, share with and encourage you, the reader, the sharer and the fan. So, thank you for your encouragement and your comments and even your criticisms. Well, some of them.
Over the years as I've written my birthday celebration blogs, I've tried to liken the progress of my blog to the developmental stages of a child. Like, what might a two year old be doing at this stage, etc. Two year olds are kind of wobbly on their feet, toddling around and getting into everything. The same could be said of this blog at the age of two. Now looking at turning four, I ask myself, what would a four year old be doing that could be similar? Four year olds like silliness, like funny, exaggerated stories, ask 'why' questions, and believes the only viewpoint is her own. Hmmm...is there a correlation? You decide.
There's been lots to do in and around the political world over the last year, and since I wrote my Happy Third Birthday, Political Chicken blog post, I've had some exciting things come my way. One of the first opportunities that came my way earlier last year was a chance to have a position on the Texas Conservative View. We are a group of women based out of Houston who meet and interview candidates. We then publish our endorsements and findings on our website, eblasts and through mailers. You should check it out at texasconservativeview.com.
Also, late last year, I made a few appearances on our local Fox 26 television station with a couple local activist friends to discuss not only the Republican debates, but the Democrat debate as well. Tom Ziska was our moderator and we had a great time. Fast forward to early this year, in February, to be exact, I was asked to appear on CNN New Day with Chris Cuomo not once, but TWICE! I appeared there as a Cruz supporter (shock, I know) to give a prediction about the debate and returned to discuss the debate the next day. THAT was fun!
Alright, enough about my glamorous, whirlwind life, let's get to the stats, shall we? Coming in at number one, although it was published last year and sort of re-published again recently, is the blog titled, "State Republican Executive Committee to Select New State GOP Chair March 7th" has a whopping 772 views. Coming in at a close second is the blog titled, Katy ISD: Got Debt?
That blog had 752 views. Rounding out the top three with the most page views was the one titled Jared Woodfill: Tenet vs. Track Record which came in at 404 views.
One more time, I'd like to share with you some of my favorite articles. This one appeared on Texas GOP Vote and once it was published, nearly crashed their server! The title is While Texas Senate Debates Texas Abortion Bill, Let's Talk About Sex. Off. The. Charts. The pro-choice and lefties nearly lost their collective minds after I wrote that. Now THAT was some fun. Another article that I loved writing was the one that I wrote after a trip to FreedomWorks headquarters entitled, The FreedomWorks Obamacare Summit: Yes We Can...Defund It! The last one of my favs comes from an inspirational YouTube Video; Keynes vs Hayek; Round Two. The video mixes rap and acting and humor to educate folks! Imagine! And then go and watch it to see how great it is.