Friday, June 20, 2008

The Results Are In

The posts have been reviewed and the votes for this weeks submissions for the best posts have been tallied by the Watcher. And the winners are:


Coming in first this week by a nose was my post, Judicial Activism Run Amok, on what will likely become popularly recognized as the most destructive and most disingenuous piece of judicial activism ever to come out of the Supreme Court. Coming in second place was a post I voted for, Admitting Defeat in the Rhetoric War by Cheat Seeking Missiles. The biggest failing of the past eight years has been the failure to even engage in the communications war, and CSM documents that well. Coming in third place was What the Free World Would Do Well To Emulate by the The Colossus of Rhodey.

On the non-Council side, the runaway winner was After the Charge by Miserable Donuts, a the first hand account of a soldier assigned to liason duties with the Iraqi Army in Basra during the March offensive. It makes for a fascinating read. Coming in second by a nose was Obama and Taxes: An Unchanged Liberal Agenda by Lone Star Times. And tied for third was the exceptional historical post I submitted from Brits At Their Best, Serlo the Mercer and Magna Carta.

You can find a full tally of the week's voting at the Watcher's Site.

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