Yeah, I know what you're thinking: "Why would Cannon need help reducing his readership? He seems to be doing just fine on his own." Well, this is a special case.
Many of you are familiar with my most notorious post
, published on April 1, 2006. The meme which debuted in that post has never died
despite the efforts of some cynics
to kill it.
The story seems to have particularly fired the imagination of a very religious personage named David J. Stewart, whose essay here
links to my piece. Each day, I receive at least a hundred hits from Stewart's site -- sometimes far more than a hundred. Stewart, it seems, gets an awful lot of traffic.
I've tried writing to Stewart
, but he's not in a receptive mood
I apologize to all of my web visitors that I will be unable to answer any e-mails, nor read any, for the time being.
Can you think of a way to get a message through to the guy?
Incidentally, dear old Andy Breitbart -- on one of his "Big" sites -- once devoted a long thread to a discussion of Obama's authorship of the updated Communist Rules For Revolution
. On April 1, 2011, Cannonfire told the whole horrifying story about Obama's youthful segue into the dark depths of Marxism. As some of you may recall, that post revealed that Obama's true parents were Alger Hiss and the daughter of the mysterious founder of the Nation of Islam. The Breitbartians accepted all of this without question. Alas, the discussion thread devoted to my reportage seems to have disappeared; if anyone can find that page again, I would be very grateful.
Finally: Some of you will recall this investigation
of Hillary Clinton's links to the JFK investigation, published on April 1, 2008. That post seems to have inspired a genius named Captain Sherlock to write an online book titled "Lesbian Cults, Pedophile Oaths and Guild of Patented Hits."
As you might guess from the title, it's a damned fine piece of journalism.