I decided that there is plenty of media focusing on this right now. Protests at the Country Club (yeah team!) and possibly some legal action by CFI. So I left mainly the same blurb on Richard Dawkins, Sean Faircloth, The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True and CFI's Wikipedia pages.
Its current news right now, so this should go up. I did a lot of linking between the 4 pages so they should be getting hits to each other. I also didn't use just one citation, I listed 4 citations. Check out these pages.
I'm really sad that the Wyndgate Country Club does not have its own page. I know they are really hating all this publicity right at the moment, they refuse to comment according to the newspapers. But I would have loved to have left the same blurb on their site.
Hits wise we are talking quite a lot. Between the four sites over 107K each month. This controversy didn't hurt hits to Dawkins page. Normally he gets 4-5K hits a day. There is a big jump to 6.2K and 5.4K during this time. A 38% jump. Sean Faircloth's Wikipedia page had a 50% spike in hits for one day. CFI didn't see a rise in numbers. The book The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True saw a 65% increase in hits to his page.
On another note... When I was looking over the books page trying to decide if I should include it in all the edits. I noticed an editor leave a note on the discussion page, Sept 21, 2011 "Can we prepare for a WP:DYK for this article?" Ahhh "no" These have to be launched within days of the launching of the page. What a missed opportunity. I left a snarky remark in response.