I've had a number of friends ask me for a list of websites I read through on a daily basis. So I thought I'd list them in a post and put a short commentary on each . . .
The Gateway Pundit . . . This is probably the most "vocal" website I visit. That said, they seem to do a good job of ferreting out interesting stories and they always post the link to the original story.
Instapundit . . . Glenn is a professor in the University of Tennessee law school. It is an aggregate site with reasoned comment on stories (and other permitted posters) find interesting.
Power Line Blog . . . Run by three attorneys they all offer solid conservative commentary on news stories of the day.
Latest Articles . . . Links to current stories as they happen typically by conservative members of the blog.
Real Clear Politics . . . the absolute best aggregate news websites on a host of topic headings. I begin with politics but there are a number of additional offerings in the heading to the website.
Newsmax . . . A solid source of news articles from a conservative POV
The Federalists . . . They post articles covering a broad range of topics.
Citizen Free Press . . . a replacement for the Drudge Report
Townhall . . . a source of the conservative POV
National Review . . . a source of the conservative POV
The Bongino Report . . . a source of the conservative POV
American Thinker . . . a source of the conservative POV
So this represents the start of my mornings when I go out and look to see what's happening in the world. Obviously all lean conservative but they do not hesitate to link original liberal content as well.
Let me know what you think.