I’ve been thinking about this article for a couple of days, and just now I found myself writing a reply to Mario Apuzzo in which I said:
I assume that folks who visit my site follow my links and read the background material.
While I do write tutorial articles, my “news” articles are typically very short and skeletal. They say enough to let the reader know what the news item is about and then link to a real newspaper article, or the opinion in the court decision, or the book.
While birthers read this site sometimes, I do not expect to “reach” them, my material excluded by their confirmation bias. I expect that other visitors are here to learn something. What I hope to bring in terms of value is a collection of links to information, with less throw-away material than a Google search. Do you know–when I want to research something on Obama Conspiracies, I most often use Google to search my own site because most of the time I have a link to the information I need, either my own or from a commenter.
I have higher expectations of my visitors. I assume that would rather think for themselves than take my conclusions on face value.
To search the site, append site:obamaconspiracy.org (no internal spaces) to your query.