No, I don’t really have any Kate Middleton Photos for you.  At least not until the end of this blog.  But follow me for a second, and I’ll tell you why Kate Middleton pics are so vital to our democracy (or something).

First, is anything important happening in the world this week? Let’s look at the headlines:

“UK Joins Persian Gulf Naval War Games amid Iran-Israel Tensions”

“Obama’s Security Breach In Libya Is Ignored By American Media”

“Chinese General: Prepare for Combat”

Hezbollah Leads Massive Anti US Protest in Lebanon: ‘America, You Are the Great Satan’

And today is only Tuesday.

Every news site is just a depressing clump of words and pictures these days. And the Huffington Post is no exception, but for other reasons.

Amid the world turmoil, Huffington Post dedicated space on their website to this utterly important story:  A Twitter Feed for Glenn Beck spelled Glenn Beck “Gienn Beck.”

What a traveshamockery. 

Huffpo claims the tweet “drew some unintentional laughs”.  I would like names, please. It’s a one letter grammatical mess up in a 140 character tweet. Did anyone actually get a chuckle from that?

Regardless–the only real story here is that The Huffington Post, a website that the President himself recommended that people read—is desperate for content.  As I read the “Gienn Beck” story, I noticed something and took a fancy screen grab.  Check out the most popular stories on Huffington Post:

  •  “Another Magazine Publishes Topless Kate Pics”
  •  “U.S. Military, Police to Train for Zombie Apocalypse”
  •  “PICTURES: Italian magazine to Publish 50 Pictures of Duchess Naked”
  •  “You Won’t Believe This 13 Year Old’s Voice”
  •  PHOTOS: Kate Middleton & William Meet Topless Dancers”

I mean I’m not complaining about stories showcasing Kate Middleton, but is this soft core zombie porn website the news aggregator the president recommended reading?

Incidentally, the President never recommended the Blaze.  The top stories there are a tad more serious: