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May 22, 2013


Tell us what you really think, Anna.

All of that, plus their cheerleading for anti-vaccine, "alternative medicine" garbage.

Thanks for informing me of Huffington Post. I had just started visiting it recently and had no idea. From what you wrote it leads me to suspect that HP is actually trying to destroy good (aka. liberal) writers. All should boycott it and I welcome you to turn your site into one better.

There are MANY educators who look at the HuffPo as a fantastic arena for which to share with a larger audience, completely disregarding the fact that they're using a platform that undermines the basic principles they claim to uphold in the classroom every day; the blood, sweat, and tears poured into knowledge creation and dissemination costs real money and time.

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