The Watcher’s Council

Issues concerning Obama, although not Obama himself, won in the Watcher’s Council this week.  The winning Council post, Joshua Pundit’s The Afghanistan Blues looks at the problem Obama got for himself with that region; and the winning non-Council post, Paul Kengor’s How the Academic Left Elected Obama, examines the mindset in American universities and the way in which it paved the way for uncritical thinkers who (unsurprisingly) unthinkingly embrace someone who spouted meaningless platitudes while hewing Left behind the scenes.  Here are the rest of the results:

Winning Council Submissions

Winning Non-Council Submissions

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  • rockdalian

    There being no good place to post this, I will dump it here.

    After reading a post at Gateway Pundit about blog gender, I plugged this site into the analyzer, just out of curiosity.

    http://www.genderanalyzer.com/

    The result: We think http://www.bookwormroom.com/ is written by a man (76%).

    Hmm…………

  • Mike Devx

    I bet that analyzer doesn’t analyze the content of Book’s video posts about Abba and her love of dance scenes from the 30’s-50’s!

    Book, it’s time for you to post about the latest great sales at Macy’s! And that wonderful new blush, eyeliner and lipstick combo you bought yesterday. A critique of this year’s Fall Fashion would improve your feminity score as well. And let’s not forget those delicious homemade cookie recipes. A lengthy stream of consciousness post about McDreamy (ick!), full of the verbal equivalent of romantic and lusty sighs, would ice the cake.

  • Mike Devx

    Michelle Malkin:
    We think http://www.michellemalkin.com is written by a woman (89%).

    Michelle Malkin’s Hot Air:
    We have strong indicators that http://hotair.com is written by a man (92%).

    HelenL:
    We think http://helenl.wordpress.com is written by a man (81%).

    (As to HelenL’s site – ha! – I didn’t know that liberal soft kind-hearted poetry indicated masculinity, Kahlil Gibran and Rod McKuen notwithstanding.)

  • Mike Devx

    I’m double posting due to moderation – this time with links corrupted by DOT instead of . Dang moderation.

    Some other results of the gender analyzer:

    Michelle Malkin:
    We think http://www.michellemalkin DOT com is written by a woman (89%).

    Michelle Malkin’s Hot Air:
    We have strong indicators that hotair DOT com is written by a man (92%).

    HelenL:
    We think helenl.wordpress DOT com is written by a man (81%).

    (As to HelenL’s site – ha! – I didn’t know that liberal soft kind-hearted poetry indicated masculinity, Kahlil Gibran and Rod McKuen notwithstanding.)