I read your threads and think they are based on fascinating premises. I'm still pretty new here so this might be a little off but here are just some
1). They may be topics that have been discussed many times in the past and people have said what all they can say already. Not that the exact topics
were made- just that idea of 'NWO's' and 'Presidential Power Abuse.'
2). Although your threads were great, do you think they may have been a little too general or vague? No offense whatsoever- I think you did a good
job. Have you thought about putting a more precise angle on them?
For instance, you made a thread about the presidential power abuses. You could give some examples of the power changes that took place, throw in a
little controversy about your opinions on the changes, toss out some sources about some of the bad things that took place due to the changes, and then
ask others for their opinions.
Kind of like this:
Step One: Make your premise.
Step Two: Cite some examples, sources, or what have you.
Step Three: State your own view on the subject.
Step Four: Open the floor for your readers by inviting them to share their new thoughts on the subject or the rebuttal of yours.
Let's use THIS
thread of yours as an example.
I see you ask a lot of questions in your opening thread- no problem there as I do the same thing. But you might want to be more solid on your thoughts
as well. It seems people want to see your conspiracy slant instead of just an introduction of questions for their opinions.
Then you say this: "Also, on the subject, I think that the government is keeping secrets from us."
It is a little too general. tell us why you think they are keeping secrets from us with specific examples. I think 99.9% of the members here believe
the government is keeping secrets from us so all you would really hear in terms of feedback is, 'Oh ya- definitely.' But those posts aren't allowed
here (one-liners and I-agree posts) so give some examples.
Hope I have been of some help.