Marlo Oreste (CC-By-SA 2.0)
Marlo Oreste (CC-By-SA 2.0)
Marlo Oreste (CC-By-SA 2.0)

2015 is upon us so I wanted to take the time to recap some of our top stories in 2014 here at Caffeinated Thoughts.  First, if you follow us on Facebook or Twitter or subscribe to our emails you already know the top 14 most read stories written in 2014 (with the exception of the #1 story which was written on 12/26/13) based on our Google Analytics info.

Top 14 Most Read Stories from 2014

  1. Planned Parenthood Cell Phone App to 12-Year-Olds: “Having Sex Feels Good” (By Jenifer Bowern)
  2. Iowa Withdraws From Common Core Assessment Consortia (By Shane Vander Hart)
  3. (Video) The FAMiLY Leadership Summit Speeches
  4. A California Mom is “Suspended” From Son’s School Over Testing Opt-Out Forms(By Shane Vander Hart)
  5. With Common Core Apparently Sex Sells (By Shane Vander Hart)
  6. The Obama Administration Seeks to Federalize Teacher Preparation (By Karen Schroeder)
  7. Supreme Court Declines Romeike v. Holder (By Shane Vander Hart)
  8. Common Core Proponents Attack HSLDA Documentary on Common Core (By Shane Vander Hart)
  9. In Spain, Fascism is the New Black (By John Gustavsson)
  10. God’s Not Dead: A Hit and Miss Effort (By Adam Graham)
  11. Robert P. George: The Days of Socially Acceptable Christianity Are Over (By Shane Vander Hart)
  12. Of Squirrels and Men (By Matthew Ung)
  13. The Seven Last Words of Christ (By Shane Vander Hart)
  14. James Dobson to President Obama: I Will Not Bow to Your Wicked Regulations (By Shane Vander Hart)

Second, out of hundreds of articles published this year here are some of the highlights for each month in 2014 (and this is purely subjective on my part):

January 2014

February 2014

March 2014

April 2014

May 2014

June 2014

July 2014

August 2014

September 2014

October 2014

November 2014

December 2014

It’s been a busy year. ¬†Thanks for sticking it out with us!

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