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'''''The Weekly Standard''''' is a [[neoconservative]] weekly journal published by [[MediaDC]], which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of [[Clarity Media Group, Inc.]], and made its debut on September 17, 1995.<ref>[https://www.weeklystandard.com/about-us About Us], ''The Weekly Standard'', Accessed September 13, 2018.</ref> The magazine is edited by [[Stephen F. Hayes]], [[Richard Starr]] and [[Fred Barnes]], co-host of ''The Beltway Boys'' on [[Fox News]]. It is generally considered to be one of the top three right-leaning publications, along with [[William F. Buckley]]'s ''[[National Review]]'' and the ''[[American Spectator]]''. It features such writers as [[P.J. O'Rourke]], [[Irwin Stelzer]], [[Charles Krauthammer]] and Michael Goldfarb.
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'''''The Weekly Standard''''' is a [[neoconservative]] weekly journal published by MediaDC, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clarity Media Group, Inc., and made its debut on September 17, 1995.<ref>[https://www.weeklystandard.com/about-us About Us], ''The Weekly Standard'', Accessed September 13, 2018.</ref> The magazine is edited by [[Stephen F. Hayes]], [[Richard Starr]] and [[Fred Barnes]], co-host of ''The Beltway Boys'' on [[Fox News]]. It is generally considered to be one of the top three right-leaning publications, along with [[William F. Buckley]]'s ''[[National Review]]'' and the ''[[American Spectator]]''. It features such writers as [[P.J. O'Rourke]], [[Irwin Stelzer]], [[Charles Krauthammer]] and Michael Goldfarb. [[Bill Kristol]] was a co-founder and editor of the magazine.
  
 
==TWS Fact Check==
 
==TWS Fact Check==
TWS Fact Check is associated with ''The Weekly Standard'' and joined [[Facebook|Facebook's]] network of fact-checkers in 2017. It is signatory of the International Face Checking Network, which Media Bias Fact Check uses to determine factual reporting for outsource reviews.<ref>[https://www.intego.com/mac-security-blog/how-to-tell-if-an-online-article-is-real-fake-or-a-scam/ How to Tell If an Online Article is Real, Fake or a Scam], ''The Mac Security Blog'', September 7, 2018.</ref>  
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TWS Fact Check is associated with ''The Weekly Standard'' and joined [[Facebook's network of fact-checkers in 2017. It is signatory of the International Face Checking Network, which Media Bias Fact Check uses to determine factual reporting for outsource reviews.<ref>[https://www.intego.com/mac-security-blog/how-to-tell-if-an-online-article-is-real-fake-or-a-scam/ How to Tell If an Online Article is Real, Fake or a Scam], ''The Mac Security Blog'', September 7, 2018.</ref>  
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 13:28, 13 September 2018

The Weekly Standard is a neoconservative weekly journal published by MediaDC, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Clarity Media Group, Inc., and made its debut on September 17, 1995.[1] The magazine is edited by Stephen F. Hayes, Richard Starr and Fred Barnes, co-host of The Beltway Boys on Fox News. It is generally considered to be one of the top three right-leaning publications, along with William F. Buckley's National Review and the American Spectator. It features such writers as P.J. O'Rourke, Irwin Stelzer, Charles Krauthammer and Michael Goldfarb. Bill Kristol was a co-founder and editor of the magazine.

TWS Fact Check

TWS Fact Check is associated with The Weekly Standard and joined [[Facebook's network of fact-checkers in 2017. It is signatory of the International Face Checking Network, which Media Bias Fact Check uses to determine factual reporting for outsource reviews.[2]

External links

References

  1. About Us, The Weekly Standard, Accessed September 13, 2018.
  2. How to Tell If an Online Article is Real, Fake or a Scam, The Mac Security Blog, September 7, 2018.