We wrote a lot of stories and posted a lot of photos in 2016. These were the posts which generated the most traffic during the last year:
1. Hillary Clinton Campaign Headquarters Open In Kansas City – February 17, 2016 (February 18, 2016)
A post on the opening of the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign headquarters in Kansas City for the Missouri primary in March. For the rest of the election year people used Internet searches to look for Hillary’s Kansas City headquarters. This story kept popping up in their searches.
2. Your $27.00 won’t get you into heaven anymore (June 19, 2016)
The goings on at the Missouri Democratic Party state convention in Sedalia. There were vapors from the revolution crowd, also in the comments.
3. HB 2610: Two years ago I couldn’t spell injinear, now I are one… (February 24, 2016)
Your right wingnut controlled Missouri General Assembly. This time, in a pique of self interest, someone introduced a bill that serving two years in the General Assembly qualified an individual to be an attorney or a Circuit Court Judge. Right.
4. Hillary Clinton – Harlem, New York – February 16, 2016 (February 16, 2016)
We ran the transcript of Hillary Clinton’s speech on race in Harlem, New York. Apparently it showed up on a lot of Internet searches.
5. How much does it cost to buy a state? (September 3, 2013)
A post from three years ago on St. Louis City/County consolidation and big dollar campaign contributions. Missouri and unlimited campaign contributions a big story? No, really?
6. HB 44, HB 78, HB 79, and HB 104: they ain’t gonna prevail no more (December 1, 2016)
The assault on working people and organized labor. Bills filed in the House to limit or eliminate prevailing wage on the first day of filing for the 2017 legislative session. It’s going to be a very long session for working people.
7. Hillary Clinton Campaign Headquarters Open In Kansas City (January 13, 2008)
From the first presidential campaign. People were looking for Hillary Clinton’s Kansas City headquarters for the 2016 campaign and stumbled upon this post from 2008.
The January 2016 quarterly campaign finance report for Eric Greitens’ (r) [ultimately successful] 2016 gubernatorial campaign. Most of his campaign contribution total came from out of state.
9. If you’re planning on a revolution it actually helps if you show up (April 7, 2016)
Skepticism about the revolution after poor attendance at an April county mass meeting during the Democratic Party delegate selection process.
10. That’s our Claire – part 2 (August 20, 2016)
Senator Claire McCaskill (D) needled Kellyanne Riefenstahl (r) for her previous Missouri campaign experience via social media.