I’ve gotten a few emails and there was a comment or two about not seeing my column at WorldNetDaily for the past couple of Mondays.
Due to some other writing projects that take priority, and some different directions I’m going in as far as my column, I’ve decided to discontinue my weekly column at WorldNetDaily after more than seven years.
This was my decision, and I’ve already written and thanked everybody at WND for running my column over the years. In all that time, never once did they tell me what to write about, or how to write it — and for that I’m grateful, because it’s a rarity in this business. But it’s time to move on.
I’m not quitting writing columns though — quite the contrary. I’m working on some other venues for my column and we’ll see what the future holds, but it was just time to move on from the same ol’ same ol’ and to get out of a comfort zone I was trapped in. In the meantime I’m keeping busy — as some of you know — with some freelance projects & other writing stuff, and also focusing more on the blog that I’ve been writing for more than five years, which has been growing at a rate of about 20% a month or more for the past year.
I appreciate all the “regulars” here and those who stop by from time to time, and hopefully this space will expand into something bigger in the future!
Until then, there’s always my column archive, and keep an eye on some of your favorite conservative sites and maybe my stuff will be popping up there from time to time.