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In an April Fools’ Day surprise, Arianna Huffington, president and editor in chief of Huffington Post Media Group, announced today that her company will start paying non-staff contributors and bloggers for their content. In recent months, Arianna Huffington has faced pressure from freelance journalists who are frustrated with the Huffington Post’s unwillingness to pay for the majority of their content.

In response to this no-pay policy, certain writers and organizations have called for a Huffington Post boycott. Last week, the Newspaper Guild recommended that its 26,000 members refuse to contribute to the Huffington Post until they establish some sort of pay for content policy that includes actual pay.

According to an insider, the recent pressure has caused tremendous fear and infighting within Huffington Post management. “Arriana is frightened that a boycott could jeopardize The Post’s ability to run an endless array of bikini clad celebrity related postings.”

One insider described a very heated discussion that ended with Arriana slamming her fist on the boardroom table screaming “If I don’t have free access to Audrina Patridge in a bikini, I don’t have a news organization! Now fix this thing!”

Thankfully, a solution has been reached that seems to please all parties. Starting today, April Fools’ Day, the Huffington Post will pay all contributors for their content. A Newspaper Guild negotiator relayed the details of this amicable agreement.

“Starting today, all contributors to the Huffington Post will receive one Subway sandwich for every article or blog posting. Although we were originally offered a fifty percent off coupon with the purchase of a drink and chips, we held out until our demand for a full sandwich was reached. Although we can only choose from the five dollar footlong menu, we consider this a win for sandwich loving journalists everywhere!”

Libyan journalist and avid Huffington Post contributor, Gadda B. Khidin, immediately tweeted, “This is a real victory for the future of internet journalism! It is good to know that my daily brushes with death will finally be rewarded with a turkey sub on wheat.”

Although many are pleased with this settlement, some are upset the Huffington Post has still not clarified another area of contention. Namely, how and if they are willing to distinguish real news stories from paid advertisement postings. However, for now, on this April Fools’ day, a five dollar footlong from Subway will have to appease the naysayers.

(If you wish to aggregate this story, please hold the mayo on my sandwich)

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Following its controversial decision to ban Andrew Breitbart from publishing articles at its front page, the Huffington Post has found itself in quite a pickle now that one of its regular contributors, comedian Bill Maher, made disgustingly vulgar references to former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.

As NewsBusters previously reported, Breitbart made some comments about President Obama's former green czar Van Jones that precipitated the following hypocritical statement from HuffPo spokesman Mario Ruiz last Thursday (readers are warned of vulgar content in full article):

The Huffington Post is committed to fostering a lively and often provocative debate about the issues of the day and encourages a wide range of voices from all perspectives to participate. Andrew Brietbart’s [sic] false ad hominem attack on Van Jones in The Daily Caller violates the tenets of debate and civil discourse we have strived for since the day we launched. As a result, we will no longer feature his posts on the front page.

He is welcome to continue publishing his work on HuffPost provided it adheres to our editorial guidelines, as the two posts he published on HuffPost did — guidelines that include a strict prohibition on ad hominem attacks. Our decision today recognizes that placing posts on the front page is an editorial call that elevates some posts over others, and is an indication of how seriously we take these judgment calls.

Just what were Breitbart's supposedly offensive comments?

Van Jones is a commie punk. He was exposed to a great extent because of the hard journalism that was done at my website, that exposed him as a guy who was an unvetted liability to the Obama administration. He was forced to step down because of my journalistic work. […]

I believe that Van Jones, and Color of Change, and ACORN poison the black community with propaganda that divides this country. Van Jones is a human toxin, ACORN was a human toxin. These are poisonous, venomous forces within the American experience. I will expose them like the cockroaches that they are.

By contrast, Maher on March 18 called Palin a "twat" and on March 27 called her a "cunt."

Which is worse: calling a man a "commie punk" or a woman a "cunt"? One would certainly think the latter, yet HuffPo has yet to comment.

With this in mind, I sent co-founder Arianna Huffington and editor Roy Sekoff the following email message Tuesday:

Ms. Huffington and Mr. Sekoff:

Noel Sheppard here from NewsBusters. I'm wondering if Bill Maher calling former Alaska governor Sarah Palin a "twat" and a "cunt" violates the Huffington Post's "tenets of debate and civil discourse" that Mario Ruiz noted in his statement concerning Andrew Breitbart's banning from your front page.

One would think such vulgar slurs are far worse than anything Breitbart said to the Daily Caller concerning Van Jones.

Is Maher going to be banned from your front page? When are you planning on notifying your readers of this decision, and if not, why not?

Noel Sheppard/NewsBusters.org

After a number of hours went by without a response, I sent another one to Huffington and Sekoff but separately this time:

Ms. Huffington,

This is Noel Sheppard, the Associate Editor of NewsBusters trying for the second time to get a comment from you regarding Bill Maher being a front page contributor to the Huffington Post. As you know, in the past twelve days, Maher has called former Alaska governor Sarah Palin a “twat” and a “cunt.”

Your Mario Ruiz in his statement concerning Andrew Breitbart’s banning from the Post’s front page said Breitbart’s comments in the Daily Caller about Van Jones had violated the “tenets of debate and civil discourse.” We at NewsBusters would like an explanation as to why Maher’s attacks on Palin aren’t at least as bad as Breitbart’s comments regarding Jones. As we see Maher’s offense as far worse, given the Post’s rules, we would like to know either why you disagree or when Maher is going to be banned from your front page.

We would like a response concerning this matter at your earliest convenience.

Sincerely,

Noel Sheppard/NewsBusters.org

Having still not received a response, on Wednesday morning I sent a roughly similar version of the following to HuffPo reporters Jason Linkins, Sam Stein, and the spokesman that issued the Breitbart statement, Mario Ruiz:

Mr. Ruiz,

This is Noel Sheppard, the Associate Editor of NewsBusters trying to get a comment from you regarding Bill Maher being a front page contributor to the Huffington Post.

As you know, in the past twelve days, Maher has called former Alaska governor Sarah Palin a “twat” and a “cunt.” In your statement concerning Andrew Breitbart’s banning from the Post’s front page, you said Breitbart’s comments about Van Jones in the Daily Caller violated the “tenets of debate and civil discourse.”

We at NewsBusters would like an explanation as to why Maher’s attacks on Palin aren’t at least as bad as Breitbart’s comments regarding Jones. As we see Maher’s offense as far worse, given the Post’s rules, we would like to know either why you disagree or when Maher is going to be banned from your front page.

We would like a response concerning this matter at your earliest convenience.

Sincerely,

Noel Sheppard/NewsBusters.org

Later in the day Wednesday, having only received a response from Linkins who advised me to contact Ruiz, I sent the following to the entire group:

Arianna Huffington et al,

I have been trying for several days to get an answer concerning the Huffington Post’s position on Bill Maher as a contributor given his recent vulgar attacks on Sarah Palin and your decision to ban Andrew Breitbart from your front page due to comments he made regarding Van Jones. To date, no one has responded.

NewsBusters is going to be running a piece concerning this matter Thursday and would like an opinion about it from someone within your organization. If I don’t hear back, we have no choice but to run the piece without your input while advising our readers of your silence.

Sincerely,

Noel Sheppard/NewsBusters.org

Sadly, as of 11:00 AM, I still have no response, not even from HuffPo spokesman Ruiz. Is this the kind of transparency we can expect from AOL/Huffington Post in the future?

Of course, I realize Arianna et al are in a very tough spot. They made what was clearly an absurd statement about "tenets of debate and civil discourse we have strived for since the day we launched" when everyone in the industry knows their website is filled with hateful rhetoric and ad hominem attacks against conservatives on almost a daily basis.

The laughter at Ruiz's statement throughout the blogosphere on both sides of the aisle was deafening.

Complicating matters further was one of their popular contributors the day after Breitbart was canned making a vulgar slur at Palin and another one nine days later.

As most people know, Huffington has been friends with Maher for years. She was a regular guest on his Comedy Central program "Politically Incorrect" appearing in an ongoing gag with Al Franken called "Politics Makes Strange Bedfellows."

Maybe more importantly, Maher is a darling of the Left. Would Huffington dare do anything to him like she did to Breitbart?

Unfortunately, not doing so totally invalidates the reason given by Ruiz for Breitbart's demotion.

No wonder I didn't get any replies to my email messages as I'm sure these folks hope this matter is going to just go away as quickly as possible – but they shouldn't count on it.

Maher's vitriolic attacks have been in the sights of writers on both sides of the aisle for years. The folks at HuffPo should know that any time one of his comments crosses the "tenets of debate and civil discourse" line they have set for their contributors, the blogosphere will be asking why he's still a front page contributor at their website.

More importantly, their continued silence regarding this glaring hypocrisy will act to reduce whatever journalistic integrity and credibility they claim to strive for potentially leading AOL and its shareholders to seriously question their investment.

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Is the West in Libya once again getting involved with tribal and sectarian disputes beyond its understanding? That is the message of this editorial from Pakistan’s Frontier Post, which outlines what is likely to happen as the ‘eastern revolutionaries’ close in on Tripoli – with NATO support.

The Frontier Post editorial says in part:

It’s more than apparent now: The Western adventurists are in Libya for regime change, not to protect civilians, which is what they were authorized to do by the U.N. Security Council. In fact, under the cover of that U.N. mandate, they are debilitating Muammar Qaddafi’s military muscle to allow the eastern revolutionaries to gain the upper hand over pro-government elements, and to capture more territory. Their sleight of hand stands exposed by the way they are reacting to popular uprisings in Yemen and Bahrain, which are so similar to the revolution in Libya.

One might hope that their experience in Iraq will hold them back. The U.S.-led war party descended there, thinking their Iraqi adventure would be a cakewalk. But it turned out to be a nightmare. And almost ten years down the road and much blood and treasure expended – to say nothing of the horrific holocaust of Iraqis – they are withdrawing before it has regained peace with itself and continues riven by wholesale sectarian, tribal and terrorist bloodletting. If Westerners haven’t lost all sanity, they must work for a political settlement that is in the best interests of the Libyan people – not their own.

In any case, the forecast for Libyans looks to be a very harrowing one. But it will also be harrowing for the West. In its blind desperation, the Libyan resistance should not allow itself to become just another pawn for transient Western gains. The Libyans will rue this later.

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Is the West in Libya once again getting involved with tribal and sectarian disputes beyond its understanding? That is the message of this editorial from Pakistan’s Frontier Post, which outlines what is likely to happen as the ‘eastern revolutionaries’ close in on Tripoli – with NATO support.

The Frontier Post editorial says in part:

It’s more than apparent now: The Western adventurists are in Libya for regime change, not to protect civilians, which is what they were authorized to do by the U.N. Security Council. In fact, under the cover of that U.N. mandate, they are debilitating Muammar Qaddafi’s military muscle to allow the eastern revolutionaries to gain the upper hand over pro-government elements, and to capture more territory. Their sleight of hand stands exposed by the way they are reacting to popular uprisings in Yemen and Bahrain, which are so similar to the revolution in Libya.

One might hope that their experience in Iraq will hold them back. The U.S.-led war party descended there, thinking their Iraqi adventure would be a cakewalk. But it turned out to be a nightmare. And almost ten years down the road and much blood and treasure expended – to say nothing of the horrific holocaust of Iraqis – they are withdrawing before it has regained peace with itself and continues riven by wholesale sectarian, tribal and terrorist bloodletting. If Westerners haven’t lost all sanity, they must work for a political settlement that is in the best interests of the Libyan people – not their own.

In any case, the forecast for Libyans looks to be a very harrowing one. But it will also be harrowing for the West. In its blind desperation, the Libyan resistance should not allow itself to become just another pawn for transient Western gains. The Libyans will rue this later.

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Alternate Headline: “HuffPo Brass Admits Breitbart Not a Racist, Publishes Articles Portraying Him as One Anyway”

Andrew Breitbart was banned from the the front page of AOL/Huffington Post because he called the cop killer-supporting, racist, demagogic freak Van Jones a “cop killer-supporting, racist, demagogic freak.”  In my background post from last week, I promised to provide examples of other Huffington Post bloggers unleashing ad hominem attacks.  Here are some examples of these emotive, anti-intellectual smears against Breitbart himself published at… the Huffington Post itself

I did a good-faith search through the (AOL/)HuffPo archives to isolate ad hominem they have published against Breitbart.  I went through a mere 150 or so of the hundreds of HuffPo articles that mention the Big Journalism publisher by name.  All of these examples are published within the last two years up until the end of last year (there could be some fresher stuff I’ve missed).   Here are some of the highlights of what I saw that are easily packaged into bite sized pieces; within the (AOL/)HuffPo archives there are even more examples than what you see below.

For brevity’s sake, the attacks are light on context, so all the links are provided so you can jump over to (AOL/)HuffPo to see the hate foment in it’s natural habitat.  After the list, I explain the alternate headline.  And remember: these are (AOL/)HuffPo bloggers, not commenters.

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Chez Pazienza, Editor of Deus Ex Malcontent, Author, in his piece “ABC News to Redeem Guy With No Redeeming Qualities“:

[Breitbart] is, as Bob Cesca put it perfectly, a serial liar and a scam artist.

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he’s a raging maniac

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he’s ignored facts, knowingly created phony scandals, willfully aided, abetted and perpetuated hoaxes engineered by irresponsible con-men like himself…

[…]

He’s a pompous schoolyard bully

[…]

jackass

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Bob Cesca in his piece, “The Summer of Republican Race-Baiting“:

The far-right machine and a serial con-man named Andrew Breitbart…

[…]

Breitbart discredited as an overzealous attention-whore, white rage and white resentment was successfully fueled by conservatives across the media spectrum.

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James Rucker, Executive Director of ColorOfChange.org, in his piece “Victory — ABC News Drops Andrew Breitbart”:

This is a huge victory against Breitbart’s brand of race-baiting propaganda and lies.

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Chris Kelly, Writer, Real Time with Bill Maher, in his piece “Why You Don’t Care About JournoList“:

And where Andrew Breitbart is Biko, and revolutionary political power doesn’t come from a gun, it comes, under TV lights, out of the puckered, anus-like mouth of a whining pink face.

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Craig Aaron, Managing Director, Free Press in his piece “Jon Stewart vs. the Perpetual Panic Conflictinator“:

…mainstream outlets are turning over their megaphones to charlatans like Beck and Andrew Breitbart…

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Jack Mirkinson in his piece “ABC DROPS Andrew Breitbart From Election Night Coverage“:

James Rucker, director of the African American political website ColorOfChange.org… praised [ABC] saying in a statement that the network had “taken a giant step in helping to wash our collective hands of the fear mongering and race-baiting that have no place in our political discourse.”

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Richard (RJ) Eskow, Consultant, Writer, Senior Fellow with The Campaign for America’s Future, in his piece “Our Historic Stand Against the Bank Cabal’s Coalition of Darkness“:

Right-wing fraud Andrew Breitbart…

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[ACORN exposé] a level of racism worthy of the bigoted and violent white Southerners who fought the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Back in those days the news media rightfully condemned the bigots.

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Alexander Zaitchik, Southern Poverty Law Center, “Hatewatch”; Author, “Common Nonsense: Glenn Beck and the Triumph of Ignorance, in his piece “Does Robert Rodriguez’s “Machete” Advocate ‘Race War’?:

Breitbart is the Obama-bashing propagandist

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Allison Kilkenny, Radio host, journalist, allisonkilkenny.com, in her piece “Alan Simpson: Totally Lucky He’s Not a Democrat“:

Conman and professional loudmouth, Andrew Breitbart…

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Mike Bonifer, Author of Gamechangers — Improvisation for Business in the Networked World in his piece “Breitbart’s Game“:

Impressively balancing a thick databook on a chunky thigh

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Breitbart’s “righteous indignation” is a performance pose — the character lurking behind the pose is vengeful, self-loathing and apparently easily aroused.

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Tina Dupuy, Nationally syndicated columnist and award-winning writer, in her piece “Living in a ‘Post-Racist’ Society:

Racial agitator Andrew Breitbart…

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Marty Kaplan, Director, Norman Lear Center and Professor at the USC Annenberg School, in her piece “The Best of All Possible Americas“:

Afraid of bad names like “lamestream” and “liberal,” our news media, rather than treating Andrew Breitbart like Lee Atwater — a partisan propagandist and smear-merchant — instead amplified his lies…

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William Bradley, California-based Political Analyst NewWestNotes.com, in his piece “Harsh Realm: The Post-Press Era and Meg Whitman“:

…far right Internet huckster Andrew Breitbart…

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Peter Dreier and Christopher R. Martin, in their piece “Why Does Anyone Take Andrew Breitbart Seriously?“:

Breitbart is a con artist

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Mark Potok, in his piece “Shirley Sherrod and the Right: A Day That Will Live in Infamy“:

Andrew Breitbart, a particularly vile propagandist

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Bob Cesca, in his piece “Fooled Again by Breitbart and the Wingnut Right“:

Breitbart has only succeeded in underscoring how much of a buffoon he is…

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David Fiderer, in his piece “How Reporters Provide Cover for Darrell Issa’s Lies on the Countrywide ‘Scandal’“:

…where professional liarsAndrew Breitbart, James Inhofe, Karl Rove — are given an unfettered platform…

BONUS: That post got removed because it “did not meet [Huffington Post’s] blogging guidelines.”

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Needless to say these twenty-plus examples from HuffPo bloggers employing ad hominem against Andrew Breitbart, who was the primary developer of the space they use to smear him, is the tip of the ice berg.  We’ll leave it to the AOL/HuffPo team to see to it that these people are held to the same standards to which Andrew Breitbart was held and never get frontpage (digital) ink on the Huffington Post ever again.

Regarding the alternate headline: You probably noticed these attacks follow a certain pattern: a substantial portion of the examples above portray Breitbart as a racist.  One refers to Breitbart’s “white rage and white resentment,” a couple more allege “race-baiting,” he’s called a “bigot” and a “racial agitator,” and the ACORN exposé for which he’s perhaps best known was “a level of racism worthy of the bigoted and violent white Southerners.”  And believe me when I say there’s even more where these came from.

So the left is trying to marginalize a prominent conservative by portraying him as a racist, so what’s the surprise?  The surprise is that the Huffington Post bigwigs, i.e. Arianna and editor Roy Sekoff, know that Breitbart isn’t a racist and still have been AWOL when it comes to defending him publicly from these hideous charges.  This week, Sekoff mentioned to the Daily Caller that he knows Breitbart isn’t a racist, and as for Arianna, would she have allowed Breitbart into her inner circle, much less into her home with her family, if she thought Breitbart was one?

Still, Sekoff and Huffington allowed for this narrative they knew to be false to play out on their high-value online real estate.  Even Color of Change, the very organization that twice targeted Breitbart for blacklisting for his “right-wing racism,” was free use the Huffington Post to try to forever stigmatize Breitbart as a racist.

Then there’s this one last eerie detail to the story: nowhere amongst all of the dozens posts published on the Huffington Post that I read was Breitbart actually called a “racist.”  “Race-baiter”?  Sure.  “Racial agitator”?  Youbetcha.  But “racist”?  Now that apparently crosses the line.  How could it be that each and every author who writes for this most vitriolic blog resist the temptation to deploy the most caustic descriptor in American life at their perceived enemy?  Certainly the left didn’t abandon calling conservatives “racists” all of a sudden, did they?  Clearly there’s an editorial policy in place which dictates that HuffPo bloggers are not to call Breitbart a “racist.”  But of course, this editorial policy doesn’t protect Breitbart from being portrayed as one.

The phoniness, the monumental dishonesty in allowing bloggers to frame Breitbart as a racist so long as they don’t ascribe the specific word “racist” to him boggles the mind.  But then again, there’s been a lot of duplicity going around AOL/HuffPo these days


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