On MSNBC, HuffPo Reporter Backs Biden Claim Iraq Will Be Obama's 'Great Achievement'

Appearing during the 2pm ET hour of MSNBC Live on February 11, Huffington Post political reporter Ryan Grim not only agreed with Joe Biden that Iraq may be a 'great achievement' for President ...

Kicking Rush When He's Down

After their nastiness in the hours after Rush Limbaugh went into the hospital with chest pains, I don't ever want to hear another sermon from liberals about "civility" or "hate," or "the politics ...

Plans for Tebow Pro-Life Super Bowl Ad May Irk QB's Critics

The media's secular left already dislike the Florida star's public faith.

HuffPo Ponders Separate NY Times Bestsellers List for 'Conservative Blockbusters'

Lefty blog proposes solution to right-leaning personalities' dominating commercial success: their own list.

HuffPo's New Obsession: Take Down the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Lefty news site solicits audience for dirt on pro-business organization.

Author Can't Verify Anti-Limbaugh Quotes, So Huffington Post Pulls Them Down

In 2006, Huffington Post writer Jack Huberman disseminated quotes allegedly from Rush Limbaugh declaring sympathy for slavery and Martin Luther King's assassin. The quotes were widely cited as ...

Conservative Bible Project Draws Predictable Liberal Scorn

Huffington Post, MSNBC are latest to deride an attempt to scrub text of 'liberal bias.'

Hollywood's Favorite Rapist

When film director Roman Polanski was taken into custody for his rape of a 13-year-old girl in 1977, morally bankrupt libertines in Hollywood and other artistic banana republics rushed to his defense.

Huff-Po Wonders If Mary Jo Kopechne Would 'Feel It Was Worth It'

Writing at the Huffington Post, Discover magazine deputy web editor Melissa Lafsky, who formerly worked on the New York Times's Freakonomics blog, wondered about the drowned Mary Jo Kopechne's ...

Schultz, Huffington: Obama Should Use Kennedy Death to Promote Left-Wing Politics

Liberal MSNBC host and HuffPo founder argue less than a day after senator's death to use it as a 'rallying cry for progressives.'
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