Top 9 Conservative News and Opinion Websites

You can find conservative content easily online, but it can difficult to find sources that provide reliable information. Some publications are simply meant to get your attention and clicks, while others are devoted to actually educating you about relevant topics from a conservative perspective. For the latest news, stories, and opinion pieces from conservatives, see some of the following top websites.

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The Washington Free Beacon

The Washington Free Beacon
Freebeacon.com

Founded in 2012, The Washington Free Beacon offers a wide variety of fresh content that includes unique investigative journalism and biting satire. It regularly delivers solid information as well as laughs, but be aware that it's far from an unbiased resource.

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The American Thinker

American Thinker
Americanthinker.com

While the American Thinker blog will not blow you away with graphics, flashy videos, or a multimedia assault, it will blow you away with plenty of conservative opinion content. American Thinker publishes exclusive information that can’t be found elsewhere, often from Americans with impressive political backgrounds, an opinion, and a keyboard. This publication also invites readers to join the discussion and submit content.

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National Review

National Review
Nationalreview.com

National Review 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 newsletters such as Morning Jolt by political correspondent Jim Geraghty or News Editor's Roundup by Jack Crowe if you want to stay in the know.

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TheBlaze

TheBlaze
theblaze.com

A website by multimedia personality Glenn Beck, TheBlaze features breaking news, exclusive commentary, and other independent content created and delivered in a news magazine format, often accompanied by videos. This publication prides itself on being patriotic and no-nonsense.

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PJ Media

PJ media

 PJ Media/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 3.0

PJ Media is a site made up of exclusive commentary delivered in column and blog format from a number of influential conservatives. According to the site, the chief goals of PJ Media are to “defend, protect and preserve what made, and will continue to make, America great.”

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Twitchy

Twitchy.com
Twitchy.com

Founded by Michelle Malkin in 2012, Twitchy finds and highlights trending news items, stories, and events posted on Twitter and showcases the best conservative tweets related to those stories. The website is one part informative and one part entertaining. 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 280 characters or less.

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RedState

RedState
Redstate.com

Originally founded by Erik Erickson, the RedState blog and news source offers up exclusive and unique conservative opinion pieces in an easy-to-read, blog-style format. The well-known group hosts a gathering each year that politicians and aspiring presidential candidates often attend to try and sway conservatives to vote for them.

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LifeSiteNews.com

LifeSiteNews.com

LifeSiteNews.com

Readers interested in daily news and updates regarding the culture of life should check out LifeSiteNews.com. A combination of news and opinion, LifeSiteNews.com regularly covers topics such as family, faith, and freedom. This publication doesn't shy away from talking about the hot button issues of euthanasia, stem cell research, bioethics, and abortion and has been known to highlight pro-life activists across the country. The website claims its purpose is "to provide balance and more accurate coverage on culture, life, and family matters.” Stories are also available in daily newsletters.

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The Federalist

The Federalist

 thefederalist.com

The Federalist focuses on three primary themes: culture, politics, and religion. This publication turns out one-of-a-kind content that is more objective than the average news site, although it is still conservative-leaning. If you appreciate reading about counter-arguments as well as the main take on a story, you might appreciate The Federalist.