Conservative news websites

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Rank Information Source Comments
1 GatewayPundit Tremendous writing, with a rapier wit, and the national leader in breaking honest news on big stories like the events in Ferguson, Missouri
2 The New American Consistently conservative news and commentary; emphasizes issues related to globalism and national sovereignty and the left-wing push for world government that even many conservative outlets choose not to cover
3 Breitbart Breaks some big stories and exposes liberal deceit, takes a strong conservative stance on most issues, including even on social issues
4 LifeSiteNews Terrific focus on pro-life and other moral issues; savvy and original ... and doesn't suffer fools lightly
5 WorldNetDaily Excellent conservative news and commentary source, but still allowed a column that savaged Todd Akin
6 CNS News Uniquely informative news across all issues, including social ones; a top-quality news site in every respect
7 Newsbusters Affiliated with CNS News. Insightful, original, and good across all issues; exposes liberal deceit well
8 Voice of Europe Focuses on Europe, particularly immigration and EU-related stories from a conservative standpoint
9 Patriot Update Founded in 2009, Patriot Update is a leading conservative news source for the everyday American.
10 Washington Times A conservative news source from the nation's capital
11 Conservative News and Views Relatively new, covers a variety of conservative issues but mostly politics
12 OneNewsNow A division of the American Family News Network, reporting on general news with liberal selection bias
13 The Federalist Has some insightful conservative commentary.
14 CBN News Good source for issues related to Christianity from a theologically and politically conservative standpoint
15 Washington Examiner Has several strongly-conservative commentators and news is mostly free of liberal bias, though exceptions exist in both categories.
16 The Wall Street Journal Often (but not always) runs conservative editorials, and news does not have as much of the bias in other mainstream media sites.
17 Fox News FNC's primetime hosts (as of 2017) are strongly conservative and pro-Trump. In general, it takes a slightly more conservative stance than the rest of the mainstream media and covers stories that the MSM chooses to skim over or not to report on. However, it still has some left-leaning bias, is run by the globalist Murdoch family, and it has censored many conservatives[1] and downplays the social issues (for example, see: Fox News and homosexuality)
18 The Hill terrific source of news from Washington, D.C., usually without liberal bias (although its comment section is overwhelmed with snide anti-Trump and anti-conservative comments by irrational liberal posters)
19 Lifenews has lots of abortion-related stories, and prioritizes them well, but is not critical enough of politicians who pretend to be pro-life
20 Hotair typically links to other stories, often with a neoconservative emphasis rather than socially conservative
21 RedState unhelpful or worse on social issues, such as piling on against Todd Akin amid the media bullying, and very anti-Trump during the 2016 presidential election. Otherwise, a decent source for conservative news and commentary
22 Christian Science Monitor refreshing in its lack of lamestream media liberal bias
23 Orange County Register the newspaper for the region that once propelled Ronald Reagan to become the governor of California, and then the President of the United States
24 Voice of America worth reading from time to time
25 Terry Hurlbut CP administrator Terry Hurlbut at the Examiner
26 Pro-life blogs a good compendium of blogging on the pro-life issue
27 the 1461 following the Obama Administrations use and Abuse of the Executive Order and more
28 Junkscience exposing the global warming hoax and other liberal falsehoods masquerading as science


  1. Conservatives censored (or subjected to hostile interviews) by Fox News include Newt Gingrich (after Fox News decided to back Mitt Romney), Ron Paul, Pat Buchanan, Tom Pauken, Rev. Tom Euteneuer, Michael Steele, J.D. Hayworth, Steve Lonegan and Tom Coburn; Sharron Angle was rarely on Fox News, far less than John McCain was, even though Angle's race was far more important than McCain's.