Saturday, July 10, 2010

Top 5 Conservative Websites.

Previously Posted: Top 5 Conservative Writers.


Which Conservative websites are the best? It's hard to judge from a objective perspective, but I believe there are only so few really good Conservative websites (I'm not talking about Blogs, I'm talking about the heavy weights of the Conservative New Media) that can be considered "Top 5" on this planet.

Top 5 Conservative Websites:

5. - The Weekly Standard.
4. - HotAir.
3. - NewsBusters.
2. - The American Spectator.
1. - National Review Online.

I know, I know. Numerous highly rated Conservative websites aren't mentioned or included, but this isn't about group Blogs or successful one-man stop shops, this is about a magazine or website that can bring together a connecting bond of writers who can just make it work on a regular basis, which is why the National Review Online website is numero uno.

Any thoughts?

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5 comments:

Michael said...

What about Michelle Malkin, Drudge, or Instapundit?

Mr. K said...

I already explained their lack of presence in this list:

"I know, I know. Numerous highly rated Conservative websites aren't mentioned or included, but this isn't about group Blogs or successful one-man stop shops"

Malkin, Drudge, and Instapundit are one-man shops, only Malkin's is a blog, amd Drudge and Pundit don't actually write anything, they defer to those who do.

gilmore said...

American Thinker has a large number of regular writers for their daily articles, plus a greater number of contributors for their blog.

I think it is the most indispensable site for conservative thought.

Commentary is not far behind.

gilmore said...

American Thinker has a large number of regular writers for their daily articles, plus a greater number of contributors for their blog.

I think it is the most indispensable site for conservative thought.

Commentary is not far behind.

Mr. K said...

gilmore...

I like the American Thinker as well, but their not very well known, and their writers aren't professionals such as NRO is.

As for Commentary, their website posts few articles, their too long and I never heard of them before 6 months ago.