Monday, March 30, 2009

Cloying Hag to Launch 'Nonpartisan' Investigative Journalism Venture

Sure, this annoying wretch will be throwing around millions to get the dirt on Democrats.
The Huffington Post said Sunday that it will bankroll a group of investigative journalists, directing them at first to look at stories about the nation's economy.

The popular Web site is collaborating with The Atlantic Philanthropies and other donors to launch the Huffington Post Investigative Fund with an initial budget of $1.75 million. That should be enough for 10 staff journalists who will primarily coordinate stories with freelancers, said Arianna Huffington, co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post.

Work that the journalists produce will be available for any publication or Web site to use at the same time it is posted on The Huffington Post, she said.

My question is, will each story produced have to be adorned with photos of her?
The Huffington Post skews liberal, but its founder promised that the work done by the investigative fund would be nonpartisan. The group would be discredited quickly if it puts out faulty information, said Nick Penniman, the fund's executive director.

"We care about democracy, not Democrats," he said.
Sure. Considering the Huffington Post has put out faulty information and is already discredited, that's pretty much redundant.

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