These were the five most popular articles and three most popular blog posts during the past month. This is based upon the amount of unique visitors each page received.
1) Hungary’s Christian Constitution
I discuss Hungary’s new Christian nationalistic constitution which upholds pro-life, pro-family, and pro-traditional marriage values.
2) The Thinking Housewife and Anti-Semitism, A Second Response
Generation 5 makes a second response in his back-and-forth on the subject of anti-Semitism with the Thinking Housewife.
3) Challenging and Comforting the Early Reader
Laurel makes her second installment in her series on children’s books.
4) Doug Wilson: Kinist?
I respond to Doug Wilson’s recent comments on Kinism.
5) To Preserve or Destroy: A Syllogistic Approach
A repost from Ehud Would’s blog showing that there can be no neutrality on the race issue; you are either for preservation or for destruction.
From the Blog:
1) He’s Still Ineligible
On Mr. Obama’s ineligibility regardless of where he was born.
2) Interracial Marriage and Mississippi
Discussing the recent poll of Mississippi Republicans showing a lot of anti-miscegenation sentiment remaining in the deep South.
3) And It’s Photoshopped
A followup to “He’s Still Ineligible,” this continues the discussion of the birth certificate and the Fed press conference it was meant to distract from.