Taking a significant break…
For those who are stopping by for the first time, here are my top five posts from 2015.
I am a health freedom blogger, so most of these high traffic entries revolve around Family Sovereignty.
A few readers have questioned my support for the Black Lives Matter movement. I believe this group of activists are the perfect people to demand justice regarding the #CDCWhistleblower coverup and I spent many hours blogging this year in support of them.
The media have spun the movement away from vaccines and autism to the movement only being about police controversies.
This final high trafficked post shares in detail the vaccine side to the story…
I believe in partnering with anyone who is standing up against medical tyranny and The Honorable Louis Farrakahn wins the health activist prize of the year with his rallying of the black community to stand up and demand justice for those children whose lives have been squashed by vaccines.
For the past two years I have had about 16,000 unique visitors to my blog, but this year traffic was up and over 22,000 of you stopped by and clicked on 33,303 posts.
It has been somewhat demoralizing to watch my traffic decline from the heady days of 2007-08 when I was getting 40,000 unique visitors a month with hundreds of thousands of hits every year, to this steady one to two thousand people a month.
Thankyou for taking the time to stop by. I have an incredible amount of passion for the topics I write about and although it sometimes feels as though we health and education freedom activists are spinning our wheels, I believe all of our hard work on personal blogs and social media activism will eventually win the tyrannical war against the American Family.
I look forward to the day when President Trump demands testimony from William Thompson and abolishes the department of education and hands local control back to parents and legally elected school boards.
It is an exciting time!
PS I am taking a break because Paul found a great job in Longmont, Colorado and we are moving back to Boulder County in January of 2016. I hope to jump back into the digital pool when we get settled.