American Affairs - American political journal seeking to provide some intellectual heft to the Trump movement. Its editors describe the journal as blending the literature and philosophy of the Claremont Review of Books with the political interests of National Affairs.
Blaze, The - Commentaries from White Power Barbie, Tomi Lahren.
Breitbart - News aggregation site, along with five other websites: Breitbart.tv, Big Hollywood, Big Government, Big Journalism, and Big Peace, started by now deceased Andrew Breitbart. Breitbart played key roles in the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal, the resignation of Shirley Sherrod, and the ACORN 2009 undercover videos controversy.
Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) - CBN's mission is to prepare the U.S. of America, the nations of the Middle East, the Far East, South America and other nations of the world for the coming of Jesus Christ and the establishment of the kingdom of God on earth. Founded by Pat Robertson.
Circa - Conservative digital media site aimed at viewers in their teens and 20s. Circa is owned by the Sinclair Media Broadcast Group.
Daily Stormer, The - Provocatively raw, American blog, with a neo-Nazi and white nationalist editorial stance, edited by Andrew Anglin
DEBKAfile - Jerusalem-based right wing investigative reporting and analysis in the fields of international terrorism, intelligence, international conflict, Islam, military affairs, security and politics.
Faith2Action - Janet L. Porter reports from the front lines of the cultural war on her nationally syndicated daily program, turning people of faith into people of action to "win the cultural war for life, liberty and the family."
Hamodia - Daily newspaper reflecting the Haredi point of view. Right of center in its Israeli coverage. As Hareidi culture shuns television, internet usage and the reading of secular newspapers, Hamodia is one of the few news sources available to many of its readers.
Occidental Quarterly, The - A journal published by the Charles Martel Society that "unapologetically defends the cultural, ethnic, and racial interests of Western European peoples and examines contemporary political, social, and demographic trends that impact the posterity of Western Civilization."
RealClearPolitics - Founded in 2000 by John McIntyre and Tom Bevan. Culls conservative to right wing political commentary daily from a wide range of columns, magazine articles, and web write ups. Also features a listing of polls.
Renew America - Champions conservative issues and causes including opposition to abortion, affirmative action, and gay rights. Advocates the abolition of the income tax. Supports the death penalty, gun rights, school vouchers and stricter drug penalties.
Townhall - Conservative right wing news and information. Also see Columnists. Numerous right wing faithfuls are Town Hall members.
Transparent California - Funded by powerful conservative business groups whose mission is to undermine organized labor. Also search California public employee salaries and California public employee pensions databases here.
Turning Point - Radio and television Christian ministry for Dr. David Jeremiah.
Washington Times - The Times was founded in 1982 by Reverend Sun Myung Moon, leader of the Unification Church and the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification, to be a conservative alternative to the larger center-right Washington Post.
Weekly Standard, The - Magazine edited by William Kristol and Fred Barnes. The staff of The Weekly Standard also produces The Daily Standard, which features reports and comments on the news of the day.
World Magazine - Reports news from a perspective committed to the Bible as the inerrant Word of God.
World Wide Christian Radio (WWCR) - WWCR has four 100 Kw state-of-the-art transmitters serving the world on 10 broadcasting channels. Its transmitters provide over 400 religious and talk programs to a global audience, including Christian Right, Far Right, and Patriot programming.
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