Friday, April 23, 2010

And The Winners Are

Each week, the members of the Watcher's Council nominate one of their own posts and a second from outside the Council for consideration by other council members in a contest for best post. The Watcher publishes the results each Friday. And the results of this weeks voting are in:

There were two winners this week in the Council Category. Coming in first place in the voting this week was my post, Thoughts On Britain, Colonialism & Multiculturalism - an argument that British colonialism was Britain's gift to the world. The second winner didn't take in as many council votes, but I can assure you it got more hits by many orders of magnitude - cubed. It was Bookworm's post, Ordinary people view Rush as a dangerous Svengali, explaining how liberals, even wavering liberals, are afraid of listening to Rush lest they be led immediatly to the dark side. It first got an Instalaunch. Then it got a Limbaughlaunch, shutting down Books server.

According to Book, her ego is now reaching dangerously large proportions - heh. Deservedly so.

In the Non-Council Category, the winner was Caroline Glick's The strategic foundations of the US-Israel alliance. Coming in second place was Zenpundit's On Why the USG Doesn’t “Get” AQ as a “Global Insurgency”

There were some great entries last week. You can find them all, as well as the full results of the voting at the Watcher's site.

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