Best Of The Bloggers In 2004
Ah, there are few things we bloggers love more than sweet, sweet, recognition which is why I decided to put together a little list of just some of the people who deserved a little more acknowledgment for what they did last year…
— Best Blog In Iraq: Iraq The Model
— Best RWN Poster In The Comments: Right Thinking Girl
— Best Blogger: Glenn Reynolds, who blogs so much you’d think there were two of him.
— Best Columnist: Mark Steyn is the Michael Jordan of his profession.
— Best New Blogger: Michelle Malkin by a landslide…
— Biggest Blog Tease: Rachel Lucas, who’s hopefully back for good now (cross your fingers).
— The Best Non-Blog For Content: National Review
— The Best Non-Blog For Links To Interesting News: Lucianne
— The Blog I Intend To Read More Of In 2005: Tie: Alarming News & Jihad Watch
— The Blog I Used To Think Was Just OK, But Now I Think Is Awesome Award: Poliundit, they didn’t change anything, I just started paying more attention.
— The Blogger Most Likely To Have A Syndicated Column in 300 Papers In Five Years Who Doesn’t Already Have A Syndicated Column, Which Means That James Lileks Isn’t Eligible Award: La Shawn Barber
— The Blog That Gets An Award Just Because They Constantly Link To Me: YoungPundit
— The Funniest Blogger Who Doesn’t Do A Humor Blog: They don’t get any funnier than Tim Blair
— The ‘I Wish He Was On Our Side’ Award: This goes to Mickey Kaus, who spends all year masterfully dissecting every flaw the Democrats have and then proceeds to vote for them when elections roll around =D
— The Most Overblown Story Of 2004 Award: Torture at Abu Ghraib, which was perpetrated by a few perverts and would have dropped off the front pages in a couple of days had there been no pictures, was blown up into a major scandal by Democrats and biased journalists who were desperate to use it to attack the Bush administration.
— The Most Underrated Blog On The Right: Right Thinking From The Left Coast
— The Next Glenn Reynolds Award: Betsy’s Page deserves this. It’s nice to see another “linker” on the right side of the blogosphere start to build up some traffic.
— The ‘Time Was Right, They Were The Blog Of The Year Award’: Power Line
— Too Much Talent To Waste Award: This goes to Allah, who just disappeared with no explanation one day. Come back A-Double Lizzle, come back!
— The ‘You Sure Ain’t A Daily Read Anymore’ Award: Andrew Sullivan