2013 in review

Here’s the WordPress.com 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,700 times in 2013. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Top viewed stories were:

[Home page] 1,783
Hundreds join DC rally to #RestoreThe4th on July 4th (videos, photos) 246
WMATA Metro police followed citizen who refused bag search 179
Banner drop at Fort Meade: “Save America – Close the NSA” 173
Restore the Fourth! McPherson Sq Rally — July 4 at noon 164
Sections 1021, 1022 of NDAA 154
Guest post: Equality for Eid – stay home from school, Oct 15 137
Thank you Edward Snowden! (Metro bus ad edition) 106
Stop Watching Us: A Rally Against Mass Surveillance — Sat Oct 26 101
Broad coalition battles NDAA at Annapolis hearing 97
MCCRC delegation presses Van Hollen: FISA court reform is fine – but end bulk collection too 89

Obviously, Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations of the summer drove our activities and those drove your readership.  We’re particularly proud of the early role MCCRC played in catalyzing resistance on the ground in the DC area, with a June press conference/rally against NSA surveillance that brought together a broad group of activists including some from the newly forming “Restore The Fourth” coalition; we like to think the larger rallies in July and October were in part a result of our June efforts (together with those of many others).

We’ll be making recommendations about what to do next in the weeks ahead.   Thanks for reading this blog, and thanks for being a part of our efforts!

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