Joe Katzman's greed and dishonesty on "Winds of Change"

January 23, 2007  ·  Michael Fumento  ·  Weblog

When Joe Katzman invited me to blog on his site, "Winds of Change," I happily accepted. Mine is a hybrid site that emphasizes articles over my blog so I thought it would be a chance for good additional exposure. Alas, it turns out that Katzman cares naught for truthfulness but only for exposure and money. He and his buddy "Armed Liberal" gave me grief for not responding to comments. My response in part:


Your site has brought nothing to me. You receive advertising revenue but have made no offer to share. Conversely, I have brought to you the experience of 18 years of accurate science and health writing, and five books published. While one definition that fits most bloggers is "People who can't get anybody to publish their material but themselves," that is quite the opposite of me. Within the last week (singular) I have been in TCS Daily, The American Spectator, the New York Post, and Citizen magazine.

In short, I was doing you a great favor and you spat in my face. Well, the wind has changed and the spit has gone back into your face. Goodbye and good riddance.