Friday, May 01, 2009

A Blogging Milestone: 5000 Visits

At 5:44pm yesterday, this blog reached another milestone - 5,000 visits.

From its inception on July 31st, 2008, we have covered a wide variety of issues, some of which are listed below.
  • The 2008 Election, including our series of Oklahoma-based polls, and our Bought and Paid For: Jim Roth series
  • Muskogee-area Politics
  • The RNC Chair Race
  • The Israeli Parliamentary Elections
  • The Continuing Israeli-Arab/Palestinian Conflicts
  • The OKGOP Chair Race and Caucus Vote
  • Global Warming, and the rising prominence of Czech Pres. Vaclav Klaus
  • KFAQ's Firing of Chris Medlock
  • The 2010 Gubernatorial Election
  • The 2009 Tea Parties
I would like to take the opportunity to thank you for reading my blog. Due to your visits, this blog has been ranked as high as 3rd on the Influence Index, and is currently ranked 10th on the 12-week rolling average - a pretty good accomplishment. You as readers have also left 138 comments.

None of this would have happened without you, and I thank you all again. I hope that you will continue to read this blog in the future.


Jamison Faught
The Muskogee Politico Blogmaster


  1. Congratulations on your milestone. It's good to see another Oklahoma blog.

  2. Congratulations on 5000 visits! I am most familiar with comments you leave on other blogs, which are always thoughtful and well-stated.


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