Every December 31, WordPress sends me a summary of the year’s statistics for this site, which I’ll include here for your information.
The Mother Teresa post continues to be the most popular I’ve ever posted (over 300,000 views on one day) a bit depressing since it’s was simply my summary of someone else’s paper that critical of Mother Teresa. It was originally posted here on March 5, but got all the views on July 8, when someone put it on reddit. Nevertheless, Catholics continue to find me and beleaguer me with both private emails and angry posts (which I delete) decrying me for besmirching the nun’s reputation.
I have replaced their yearly summary of country views with the one on my dashboard, which is more informative. For obvious reasons the greatest readership is in Anglophone countries; but except for three countries in central Africa, we have them all.
I’m particularly curious about the two views from North Korea, where there is no international internet access. It must be Kim Jong Un—though I’ve published nothing on basketball.
Here, from my own states, are the countries from which we got fewer than 10 views. LOL: we got eight from Vatican City!
And, finally, no surprise here:
Finally, a stat from today’s Amazon that pleases me immensely, especially since my book is four years older than Meyer’s ID screed. Suck it up, Discovery Institute: