Huffington Post on AOL Complaint - Banned from using the Huffington Post although an AOL member
I am a member of AOL. Months ago, AOL bought the Huffington Post. Prior to that, AOL had blogs that the members used regarding news stories. The Huffington Post did the same. Many members of AOL were worried about the Huffington Post since it is regarded as a far left blog. We were worried our messages would not be posted or we would be banned for not following their lockstep politics. After 2 months of posting, the Huffington Post just pulled my user name and made me persona non grata. I sent a number of messages to them asking them why, no answer. I asked them if they ban someone, it is common decency to tell the person why, no answer. Then I wrote AOL with the same, no answer. I think I have a right to know why, since I have not used swear words and have only answered other bloggers in the same tone that they used. If tone was the reason, nobody would be left on the Huntington Post. If I am banned from the Huntington Post, I want to know what AOL is going to do for people like me. We should have our own blogs. For 62 years, I would not have cared about this. I worked and had no time. Now I have time and at 65 years of age I am banned. The Huntington Post uses mederators from their blog base. Their blog base are made up of far left people, so I think that has something to do with it. I realize my free speech rights may not apply in this instance, but I am just asking for clarity, and an explanation by somebody who can be fair. What do you do when nobody will respond to you, and you have no idea why you were banned? I think I deserve answers from the Huntington Post and the parent company AOL.