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Posted by TheEmeraldProject On Apr - 7 - 2011 10 COMMENTS

– Text: foxisms; Illustration: B. McCue – [In this, part 2, of The Secrets Beyond The Emerald Curtain, we’ll take a look at some comments, replies and stories from others who have either broken away from HP for greener pastures of self expression on the web and an update on […]

Posted by TheEmeraldProject On Apr - 1 - 2011 67 COMMENTS

A quick look at the ‘terms of service” for commenting on Huffington could give anyone the impression that they have landed in Wonderland as opposed to Dorothy’s Oz.

Posted by Truth On Mar - 19 - 2011 38 COMMENTS
Secrets From Beyond..title 2 jpg

Secrets From Beyond The Emerald Curtain”

– An investigation into the Huffington Post and its founder –

Posted by Smedley Butler On Mar - 15 - 2011 57 COMMENTS

Why is politics so mind bogglingly complicated? You often hear conversation  about the host of complex problems we face today and that these issues cannot be reduced to bumper sticker slogans and addressed by simplistic solutions. I say simple clear, concise ideas are powerful and the problems we face are […]

Posted by Marion On Mar - 15 - 2011 33 COMMENTS
Sharp Stick in the Eye, Anyone?

Chickens have come home to roost, or rather buzzards picking over the carcass of the dead. One of the “founders” of Huffington Post has come back to blog.

Andrew Breitbart.

Posted by Marion On Mar - 7 - 2011 96 COMMENTS
marie antoinette

Boy, do I love it when frauds are exposed. I love it when people are exposed as users of other people in order to gain their own prominence. There’s nothing I like better than to see someone jump a shark out of sheer ambition, only to see the shark rear […]

Posted by Truth On Feb - 26 - 2011 37 COMMENTS
Secrets From Beyond... Title final version

“Secrets From Beyond The Emerald Curtain” is an ongoing investigation into some inexplicable proceedings at the Huffington Post.

Posted by Truth On Feb - 20 - 2011 146 COMMENTS
Zambian emerald

Deygirl and I decided very spontaneously to take on this subject. One poster had mentioned that someone should write an article about the manipulation at Huffington Post. First it was suggested that the poster him- or herself should take on the job – until deygirl brought up the idea that […]

Posted by AdLib On Feb - 19 - 2011 182 COMMENTS

In his latest blog, God considers which is worse, Hell, Purgatory or Idaho (and if there’s a difference).

Posted by ChrisR266 On Feb - 18 - 2011 319 COMMENTS

Well, the time has come to ask, since I have been unable to discern an answer on my own.  I have conducted some serious literature review over the last few months and can find no relevant studies on the matter.  So when I find myself banging my head against the […]

Posted by Marion On Feb - 18 - 2011 24 COMMENTS

As they say things happen in threes, here’s proof. First we saw her on holiday with Newt, then we saw her cuddled up and huddling with Issa in Las Vegas … now she goes for some new (and young) Republican blood. Ladies and gents, I give you … Whoreanna Fuckington […]

Posted by deygirl On Feb - 17 - 2011 313 COMMENTS
we can blog it

Sell out.  Troll central.  Rag.  Real Posters of Huffington {{spit}} County. Whatever you want to say about HP {{spit}} and what it was/is/is becoming, it seems we owe it a debt of gratitude.  It is the place I happened upon during the time when I thought that I was the […]

Posted by AdLib On Feb - 14 - 2011 158 COMMENTS
obama budget

The corporately owned media ignores that Obama’s spending cuts are across the board and just hysterically point at those affecting Obama’s constituency. Hmm…wonder why?

Posted by zootliberal On Feb - 13 - 2011 1,518 COMMENTS

I received an interesting reply to my final email sent just before I removed myself from HP. The cynical me might think this only came because of days of users abandoning that site, but let’s give this moderator the benefit of the doubt, and deem her reply sincere. Here is […]

Posted by Caru On Feb - 13 - 2011 23 COMMENTS
Which Way Now?

All opinions become equal, regardless of logic, tone or factual accuracy. This, hilariously and inevitably, leads straight back to the old media cliche of supposed objectivity, where in order to be “objective” certain questions shouldn’t be asked and certain facts should be ignored. All in the interest of good journalism, of course.

Posted by Chernynkaya On Feb - 9 - 2011 135 COMMENTS

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