The contributors on Huffington Post have the habit of taking statements out of context and giving them their very own spin to further their liberal / left agenda.
The reporters are biased against any conservative or Christian individual / organization and the work published on this website can not be considered as objective journalism but rather as hate speech towards everything that does not align with the liberal left wing agenda.
Dangerous alternate medicine, completely biased political stances - slanderous and malicious falsehoods. Lacking proof and objectivity. Deleting opposing comments. 23 Privacy Trackers on site. (Privacy Badger)
Huffington Post (founder et al) is no better than the Enquirer and other sleazy tabloids.
If you follow it, you've drank way too much Kool-aid and we know what happened in JonesTown.
This was an acronym meaning hijacking, as Jesus is a proper first name, does not imply heaven or hell, does not imply resurrection...
The acronym WWJD had been falsely misappropriated to "God" a fictitious maker of the universe and this had been done in Washington DC in the year 1997.
There are many potential meanings of the acronym, however generally, without any other falsely attributed word, in that printing presses are most typically held secure by armed individuals, provided they are not suicidal.... and soforth.
30-day safety report for: huffingtonpost.com
This website is likely to be safe, although an extremely small number of users have reported potential malware. (updated Sep 26, 2015 GMT)
Types of Malware Found 2
Pharmacy Spam Site (see below)
JS/Worm (see below)
Compromised Pages 15
JS/Worm is a malicious software that once it is executed has the capability of replicating itself and infect other files and programs. These type of malware, called Viruses, can steal hard disk space and memory that slows down or completely halts your PC. It can also corrupt or delete data, erase your hard drive, steal personal information, hijack your screen and spam your contacts to spread itself to other users. Usually, a Virus is received as an attachment on an email or instant message.JS/Worm is currently ranked 207 in the world of online malware.
Pharmacy Spam Site are fake online pharmacy sites offering prescription drugs at very cheap prices and without the need for a valid prescription. These fake online pharmacies are scam sites designed to steal your credit card details, once you proceed with the payment, and to download more unwanted malicious applications into your device. Typically, these sites use spam emails to redirect users to the fake pharmacy.Pharmacy Spam Site is currently ranked 404 in the world of online malware.
A political news site. I assigned a Good WOT rating for Trustworthiness. However, a cautions rating for Child-Safety. "Suggested for You" stories on the right hand side may contain some content not suitable for children.
Good news site for all sorts of things. There's Politics, Celebrities, World News, Religion, and more! The site has a good amount of articles on the front page but if you need more than feel free to go to specific sections.
HuffingtonPost has some opinionated articles (but you can skip over them most of the time) and it promotes quack medicine, conspiracy theories, pseudoscience, and other unproven claims. Not all articles are fact checked or even factual at all, despite claiming to be factual.
There is a good amount of online tracking on this site. There are some slow running scripts sometimes that may make your browser refresh automatically. I don't recommend browsing this site on a mobile device because it can mess your mobile browser up and cause it to freeze. There are several intrusive ads and pop-ups on this site, some of which may make you click "Skip this ad and return to article".
Some of this site's articles are not child appropriate so I think that child safety should be unsatisfactory at best, and inappropriate things can sometimes litter the front page. I've seen questionable images, a link to a youtube video about "big cocks (and I'm not talking about chickens)", fetishism (but no nudity), etc.
Some articles may reinforce stereotypes (I saw a "my 8 year old son is probably gay for liking girls toys" article). Some articles may be completely idiotic (again the "my 8 year old son is probably gay for liking girls toys" article).