Coast to Coast AM, 20 February 2012 (Vimeo)
GN: "Let me ask you this before we take calls. How many Facebook followers do you have now?"
RCH: "Over 30,000."
GN: "Good for you."
RCH: "That's not counting my friends -- I have 5,000 friends."
GN: "How d'they find you?"
RCH: "They just go to Facebook. And... Richard C. Hoagland. And they will take you right to my Facebook page. Or you can go to enterprisemission.com. There's a link to my Facebook page. The public page -- the 'fan page' as they call it. Right at the very top. I love to have lots of new people because the conversation that I engage in -- and I engage in a lot of conversation with folks that come on, and want to talk to me. This is important, because if this is going to unfold the way I think it's going to unfold, it will save civilization. It will do all the things that we have to do to put America back at #1, and to set a tone for the planet, so that we, united, as a human species, reach out and figure out who the hell we are by touching ... with a human spaceflight program that will be heir to the Apollo program that John Kennedy gave us because of his vision; that everybody can be proud of, and will lift all boats. We need something as big as a war, but not a war. And this is it. If our scenario projections are accurate."
Now for the reality
Number of FB 'fans' Hoagland blocked for asking questions he didn't care to answer: Unknown, but MANY.
Last time Hoagland posted anything: 22 May 2012.
Did he save civilization? Well, civilization hasn't come to an end -- but I don't think Hoagland can claim any credit for that.
Did he put America back at #1? No.
Did a new Apollo-type space project emerge? Far from it.
Were his projections accurate? Don't make me laugh.
Overall assessment: HOT AIR.