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How can I block Huffington Post from my AOL screen? 

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AOL is politically very liberal and therefore choses the horrible left-wing Huffington post as their news source.  It is a total joke.  Hopefully the joke will be on AOL's poster boy Obama in November.  AOL poisons everything it touches.  They polluted the world with their horrible free America Off Line disks for years.  Good riddens to AOL when it finally dies.

When quality people like Elden depart, it is a sad state of affairs.

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