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The site also dominates social networking sites like [[Digg]], making them liberal by proxy, for promoting biased and insulting treatments of conservative politicians.
 
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Exercising [[censorship]] as liberals are prone to do, the Huffington Post removed a March 9 commentary submitted to it by former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura, after publication by the site.
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Exercising [[censorship]] as liberals are prone to do, the Huffington Post removed a March 9 commentary accusing the Bush administration of involvement in the events of [[9/11]] submitted to it by former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura, shortly after publication by the site. <ref>[http://blogs.citypages.com/blotter/2010/03/jesse_ventura_b_1.php Jesse Ventura banned from Huffington Post for conspiracy mongering]</ref>
  
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Revision as of 20:00, 15 March 2010

The Huffington Post is a news website created by Arianna Huffington. The site is an extreme mouthpiece for liberals. The Huffington Post calls itself an internet newspaper of blogs, news and video but often is referred to as a hate site where its one-sided news cannot be trusted. They cover politics, media, business and entertainment news. Daily lampooning President Bush and other Republicans, whitewashing and defending Democrats. Consistently distort Republicans and conservatives, for example the headline "The Republicans Want A Depression."

The site also dominates social networking sites like Digg, making them liberal by proxy, for promoting biased and insulting treatments of conservative politicians.

Exercising censorship as liberals are prone to do, the Huffington Post removed a March 9 commentary accusing the Bush administration of involvement in the events of 9/11 submitted to it by former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura, shortly after publication by the site. [1]

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  1. Jesse Ventura banned from Huffington Post for conspiracy mongering