(AP – HT: Weasel Zippers)
The above picture of John Kerry and Benjamin Netanyahu inspired my latest caption contest. Just leave your humorous caption in the comments below.
Earlier today, a post at Twitchy included a tweet I made linking to my previous story, “Beretta moving all of its manufacturing out of Maryland due to anti-gun laws.”
Beretta USA is moving all of its manufacturing to a new plant being built in Gallatin, Tennessee. The current plant is in Accokeek, Maryland.
Site traffic for The Quinton Report in May surpassed the previous monthly site traffic record set earlier this year in March.
Here are the top 20 posts, based on traffic, from May:
Here’s video of the comments:
As I did some digging into site analytics the other night, I also took a look at the top 15 posts related to Maryland politics on my site so far in 2014. This is based solely on site traffic this year.
As I did some digging into site analytics last night, I decided to take a look at the top 25 posts on my site so far in 2014. This is based solely on site traffic this year.
I will appear on Free State Happy Hour today to talk about recent coverage here at The Quinton Report. Listen to the whole show from 4-5 pm EDT and I will be on around 4:15
I noted before that I’m participating the Race for Hope in DC on May 4 (this Sunday) to help fight brain cancer. As you may already know, my dad passed away in 2012 after a fight with glioblastoma. I have raised
$1365 $1390 so far. My current goal is $1500 and the race is two days away. Could you help me reach my goal?
Thanks to everyone who has already donated. I really appreciate it. If you could give a little more that would be greatly appreciated. If you haven’t given yet, I’d really appreciate your contribution to help fight brain cancer and to support me in the race.
I already noted earlier this week about a host on WQSC in Charleston, South Carolina reading a post from my site by guest blogger Drew Collins . Additionally, Maryland Reporter included a link to my post on Maryland Right to Life’s endorsements of candidates.
The thing I wrote this week that got the most attention was the report that 47% of Maryland residents would leave the state if they could. It was linked to by Red Maryland, Watchdog Wire, and WCBM.com. My tweet about it received a lot of retweets and there were a fair number of original tweets about it.
WCBM even featured it, with a link to me, as a rotating graphic on the front page their site:
Watchdog Wire even featured it as a Must Read on their national site:
As you may have noticed this morning, my good friend Drew Collins wrote a guest post on the U.S. Senate race in South Carolina. Additionally, Chris Short has written here before about the Veterans Administration and also about health savings accounts for veterans.
If you’d like to be an ocassional guest blogger here, just leave a comment below or drop me a line (firstname.lastname@example.org).