Remember the HuffPo article asking that men be denied the right to vote? Not all men, only white men, and not forever, just for twenty years? Yeah, the article supposedly written by the female philosophy student? That article. Well, the writer was not a female named Shelly Garland but a guy named Marius Roodt, who … Continue reading HuffPo editor resigns, keeps digging
I got into the Supershuttle to the airport which was running a tad early and found that Cynthia was taking the same shuttle sitting next to me. In the front seat was a blogger/reporter from NYC named Traci Belmonte (@politidiva) who had also covered CPAC and she consented to an interview You can find her … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2017 Traci Belmonte in the van, Michael & Mya at the airport
Senator Paine:The boy is talking to the state. He can raise public opinion against us. James Taylor:He'll never get started. I'll make public opinion out there. I've done it all my life. I'll blacken this punk so he'll...You leave public opinion to me. Mr. Smith goes to Washington 1939 The latest Fox news poll shows … Continue reading Huff Post: We’ll tell those Crazy Voters What’s News
This has been a bad year for my blog's profitability to the point where I'd had to take contract work during the day to make ends meet while writing what I can weekends, evening and in whatever spare time I can find. Last year was completely different. In 2013 I was paying my writers & … Continue reading At least we’re doing better than the Huffington Post
...and officially declare it a propaganda organ? Citing unnamed Bain investor, Harry Reid claims Romney didn't pay taxes for 10 years:wapo.st/MZYUgF— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 31, 2012 Mind you the Washington post isn't citing an unnamed source that has talked to them, they are reporting that someone else (Harry Reid) claims that an unnamed … Continue reading Can we stop calling the Washington Post a “newspaper” now?
Read her whole post and her others on the subject. Her opinion is worth hearing and understanding. After all once can’t be secure in one’s own opinion and beliefs and be unwilling or unable to hear the other side without rancor. DaTechGuy on Cynthia Yockey Aug 6 2010 If your offer is good it will … Continue reading The Bigot Card (or Where are the Cynthia Yockeys of the left?)
Via Jeff Quinton Technorati reports that AOL's aqusition of Huff Po has paid off for Arianna but apparently nobody else: Only 6 months after spending a great of its remaining cash on the purchase of Huffington Post, AOL is up for sale according to many insiders in the know. Sources in the industry claim that … Continue reading AOL’s investment in Huffpo pays off as expected
My inbox had this charming email in it, from the HuffPo: Today, the U.S. media will get its first glimpse of more than 24,000 emails sent and received by Sarah Palin during her tenure as governor of Alaska. These emails were originally requested by journalists, citizens and other groups in 2008, when Palin was Sen. … Continue reading Taking Deranged to a New Level
The Huffington Post's decision to ban Andrew Breitbart from its front page for... Andrew Brietbart’s ad hominem attack on Van Jones in The Daily Caller -- right down to calling him a “commie punk” and “a cop killer-supporting, racist, demagogic freak” -- violates the tenets of debate and civil discourse we have strived for since … Continue reading Huffington Post, one in exile and one abandons them
Huffington post sold for $315 million after having investors kick in $36 million and none of the 4000 people who write for it get paid? That's 351 million not counting any revenue that the site has generated. If you paid the 4000 folks in question 10k each for the time they put in over 5 … Continue reading So let me get this straight
We see that Arianna Huffington has made her blog pay off: I got an email from Tim Armstrong (AOL Chairman and CEO), saying he had something he wanted to discuss with me, and asking when we could meet. We arranged to have lunch at my home in LA later that week. The day before the … Continue reading Just remember AOL owning it is OWNING IT
I look at this headline and laugh at the intellectual weakness of it: Bill Frist: Health Care Is 'Law Of The Land,' GOP Should Drop Repeal And Build On It How weak an argument is that? Think about the variations: John C. Calhoun: Slavery is the 'Law of The Land,' GOP Should Drop Repeal attempt … Continue reading What a phony headline on Obamacare
The pledge of allegiance story out of Illinois is interesting in that it reminded me of something that was said at the Marty Lamb / Jim McGovern debate two weeks ago. Well we didn't have the pledge of allegiance there was no American flag to me that was the major thing. That's what Democrats, Republicans, … Continue reading On the Pledge of Allegiance the Huffington Post has (allows?) no comments
...that's where they eyeballs are Researchers were conducting a study comparing the views of men in their 20s who had never been exposed to pornography with regular users. But their project stumbled at the first hurdle when they failed to find a single man who had not been seen it. “We started our research seeking … Continue reading No wonder the Huffpo is turning to skin…
...No not that one. This one. (Embed doesn't work): Lets quote the huff po from that post while it's still up: He also spoke with Liz Shaw, a conservative Christian community organizer who says the mockery of her profession at the Republican National Convention led her to organize for Barack Obama. But Matthew Vadum of … Continue reading Hey Remember when the Huffington post put up daily show Acorn Video?