Thanks to the freedom of the Internet, never before have right wing political thinkers had so many choices when it comes to news and editorials.
There are so many, it’s hard to know which are the top conservative websites worth your time, and which aren’t.
To make things easier for you, we’ve gathered the largest ordered list of best conservative websites online, sorted them by popularity, and added some of our own commentary.
The sites are sorted by Alexa Rank, a highly-reputable service which measures a site’s popularity and traffic. The lower the Alexa Ranking, the more popular the site.
1. FOX News
2. Breitbart News Network
3. Western Journal
4. DRUDGE REPORT
5. Daily Caller
6. Zero Hedge
7. Daily Wire
9. Washington Examiner
10. The Gateway Pundit
Another site which critics would call “controversial,” The Gateway Pundit churns out a huge number of articles. Founded in 2004 by dapper Jim Hoft (Gateway is a reference to Hoft’s hometown of St. Louis), The Gateway Pundit has become a staple of right wing readers. Don’t believe the fake news label; it’s a typical smear job.
11. Washington Times
The Washington Times website branched off from the Washington Times newspaper, which has been in circulation since 1982. We’ll forgive you if you get it and the Washington Examiner confused. We do, too.
12. The Blaze
Glenn Beck’s The Blaze used to be one of the huge right-wing sites, but it’s taken a sizable popularity hit, thanks in part to its anti-Trump position, and now sits outside of the top 10. They recently merged with Mark Levin’s CRTV, forming Blaze Media, in hopes of regaining lost glory.
13. BizPac Review
Founded in 2009, I’ve always considered BizPac Review to be like The Gateway Pundit’s quiet little brother. I don’t know why I do that.
14. National Review
The digital branch of the legendary William F. Buckley’s same-named magazine, many conservative have soured on the National Review for their perceived soft conservatism and anti-Trump hysterics.
15. WorldNetDaily (WND)
WND was founded in 1997 by Joseph Farah. Their coverage extends beyond politics and into finances and religion. Wikipedia and other leftist outlets describe the site as — GASP! — “far right” and “fringe” — the horror!
Townhall has a huge assortment of Thomas Sowell articles. Really, what more needs to be said?
17. PJ Media
18. Judicial Watch
Tom Fitton’s hard-hitting investigative journalism. Judicial Watch’s coverage of the shadiness of the Russiagate conspiracy is the best in the business. If you want deeper reporting, give Judicial Watch a go.
19. American Thinker
20. The Federalist
Founded by Ben Domenech and Sean Davis in 2013, The Federalist has quickly risen to become one of the most popular right wing sites in the world. They have great writers who publish great content, and are a worthy addition to your daily visits.
21. Hot Air
22. Free Republic
Created by Michelle Malkin in 2012, Twitchy has more of a fun, youthful feel than most of the sites on this list. I would call it the right wing version of BuzzFeed, but I like them too much for that. How about the right wing version of BuzzFeed that’s not completely idiotic?
24. The Conservative Treehouse
The Conservative Treehouse publishes original editorials, with a highly-engaged audience in the comments section. If you like not only reading about politics, but discussing them, The Conservative Treehouse might be for you.