See some of the best of the edgier conservative websites. Founded in , the Washington Free Beacon offers a wide variety of fresh content that includes unique investigative journalism and biting satire.
While The American Thinker will not blow you away with graphics, flashy videos, or a multi-media assault, it will blow you away with conservative opinion content.
The American Thinker invites readers to join the discussion and submit content for either their blog or their column pages. National Review Online remains the premier destination for conservative thought and is one of the leading websites on foreign policy information. Don't forget to sign-up for the newsletters, especially the G-File by columnist and author Jonah Goldberg.
A website by multimedia personality Glenn Beck, the Blaze is a wide-ranging site featuring breaking news, exclusive commentary, and independent content created and delivered in a news-magazine format, with videos. Formerly known as Pajamas Media, PJ Media is a site of exclusive commentary delivered in column and blog format from a number of influential conservatives.
Founded by Michelle Malkin in , Twitchy finds and highlights the top news items, stories, and events posted on social media site Twitter and showcases the best tweets related to those stories. The website is one part informative and one part entertainment. If you like to know the news before it makes the news from a conservative angle, twitchy offers all the excitement that could possibly be had in characters or less.
Originally founded by Erik Erickson, Red State offers up exclusive and unique conservative opinion in an old-school blog style format. The group also hosts Red State gathering each year, where politicians and aspiring presidential candidates often attend to try and convince the conservative grassroots base. Readers interested in daily news and updates regarding the culture of life should check out Life Site News.
A combination of news and opinion, Life Site News covers topics including abortion, euthanasia, family, faith, stem cell research, and bioethics. The site highlights pro-life activists across the country.
The content and style remain decidedly old school, often refreshingly so. The Federalist focuses on a mixture of culture, religion, and politics. It has unique content and is not a straight news delivery website. It often offers counter-point arguments on developing news stories.
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