Yes and that was the driving force behind those in control of the MSM having an interest in that site, so much so that they are not afraid to have that be public knowledge. Imagine that 10 years ago when the mere mention of a web site as a source of real news would have gotten you fired in an instant.
The Huffington post has been bought and paid for, now a convenient mouthpiece for those with enough power and money. Same with Drudge only they've yet to raise anything close to Huffington in the way of big money, at least as far as anything that's been said publicly thus far. I think that's only a matter of time, like you say TRAFFIC, TRAFFIC, TRAFFIC.
I have to agree with that.Cole