by Scoobie Davis
I’m going on hiatus for a while. That won’t mean that I won’t post to this site; I will just do it on a less frequent basis. I would have done this earlier in the month but a friend in the mainstream media sent me a copy of The Savage Nation and I had to respond to it. I simply can’t afford to devote as much time to this blog. I wasn’t kidding when I wrote that I wasn’t current on the rent—I had to borrow to pay January’s rent; I don’t want to do that for February so I am embarking on securing a more stable means of income (if you like what I’ve done on this blog and you’d like to contribute to my Amazon Honor System on the left sidebar, then it would be greatly appreciated).
In addition, I doing some film work that, while it isn’t paying now, should pay off in the future; I need to devote more time to it. I also have some political work that doesn’t need to be revealed right now. My suggestions for bloggers:
1.Jam talk radio. Get your message out. Take on Limbaugh, O’Reilly, and Hannity when they don’t tell the truth (which is often). Make sure you record it. If they have to respond to a caller who knows what he/she is talking about, they won’t know what hit them. (e.g., this recent call to Limbaugh as well as my call to Limbaugh a couple years ago).
2. Look for a subject in which you can be the first one to address the issue. For instance, back in June, my blog was averaging about 25 hits a day. I read about Ann Coulter’s new book, got an advance copy and was first out of the blocks to criticize it. My hits-per-day increased thirty-fold and have stayed high.
3. Read my post-election advice. Focus on what I wrote about Sun Myung Moon.
4. I’ll have other pointers over the next few days.