Thursday, December 29, 2016

Annual Report

As we wrap up 2016, it's time to run the numbers here in the glass-enclosed newsroom high above Global Military Justice Reform Plaza. Once again they are very encouraging. The blog went live on Jan. 12, 2014. In less than three years we have had, as of this evening, 3189 posts and 461 comments, with over 350,000 hits from readers in a whopping 172 jurisdictions.

Thanks to you all -- readers [tell your friends], commenters [keep it up and don't forget to use your real names], and our global polyglot posse of contributors [merci, gracias, etc.] -- for making this blog possible. To paraphrase what Daniel Webster said of his alma mater in 1818 in The Dartmouth College Case, "it's a small blog, and yet there are those who love it."

Happy New Year.


  1. And a well-deserved round of applause and kudos to Eugene Fidell for hosting and nurturing this unique and indispensable communication vehicle allowing such exchanges of news, comments and ideas throughout the community interested in military justice reform issues.

    1. Merci, Michel. You've been an outstanding contributor -- much appreciated!


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