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The growing fraternity of "food cops," militant activists, and violent radicals who believe they know "what's best for you" are pushing against basic freedoms.  ConsumerFreedom pushes back.

 

Breitbart is currently serving about 20 million news pages per month to more than three million unique visitors. Many top bloggers rely on Breitbart as a primary news resource. Technorati puts Breitbart.com in its Top 50, with more than 30,000 links from nearly 8,000 blogs.   The first year Fark received 50,000 page views. That's a respectable number for a site started from scratch. The second year it was a million. The number one highest-traffic corporate Internet hitting Fark's servers was CNN. Number two: Fox News.  Kristopher Kubicki is a six year veteran to online media, and has been involved in the PC industry in one form or another for over a decade. DailyTech began as his vision in early 2005 and later that year DailyTech was already syndicating feeds out to its affiliate channels.
It's great to listen to the bigots of the drive-by media.  Joseph Goebbels would have loved them.  Everyone is welcome to visit Eyeblast to view and search public postings and polls. Registered users older than 18 can post content, rate videos, make comments, create profiles and groups, join groups, send and read e-mails, store favorite videos and content, and more. Registration is quick and easy.  Our publications and subjects are organized by major categories: Arts & Entertainment, Automotive, Business & Finance, Computers & Technology, Health & Fitness, Home & Garden, News & Society, Reference & Education, and Sports.

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“Finally there is an organized effort to put an end to the embarrassing media bias against the free market – and we can thank the folks at BMI for it. From oil price reality checks to the underreported success of the most recent tax cuts, Business & Media Institute gets it done.”  – Vicki McKenna, host, “Upfront w/Vicki McKenna,”  News/Talk 1310 WIBA, Madison, Wisconsin.

 

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) was founded in 1998 in Washington, DC to bridge the language gap between the Middle East and the West by monitoring, translating, and studying Arab, Iranian and Turkish media, schoolbooks, and religious sermons. MEMRI is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and has branches in Baghdad, Tokyo and Jerusalem, and a staff of over 70 working around the globe.

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The Parents Television Council was founded in 1995 to ensure that children are not constantly assaulted by sex, violence and profanity on television and in other media. The Parent's Television Council is a national grassroots organization with nearly one-million members across the United States, and works with television producers, broadcasters, networks and sponsors in an effort to stem the flow of harmful and negative messages targeted to children. They are a nonpartisan organization that works with elected and appointed government officials to enforce broadcast decency standards.

 

 

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Launched in 2000, GlobalSecurity.org is the most comprehensive and authoritative online destination for those in need of both reliable background information and breaking news.
Military.com is the largest online military destination, offering free resources to serve, connect, and inform the 30 million Americans with military affinity.

 

" DefendAmerica, an official Defense Department website, was launched just weeks after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to keep the public informed about efforts by the United States and its coalition partners to combat global terrorism. The site offers the latest news, photographs, transcripts and other information about the U.S.-led war on terrorism. It highlights the words and activities of key U.S. Defense Department and coalition officials related to terrorism."

GlobalSecurity.org aims to shift American conventional military forces towards new capabilities aligned with the post-Cold War security environment, and to reduce the worldwide incidence of deadly conflict. The organization is working to improve the capabilities of the American intelligence community to respond to new and emerging threats, reducing the need to resort to the use of force, while enhancing the effectiveness of military forces when needed. GlobalSecurity.org also supports new initiatives utilizing space technology to enhance international peace and security.

Military.com is the largest online military destination, offering free resources to serve, connect, and inform the 30 million Americans with military affinity, including active duty, reservists, guard members, retirees, veterans, family members, defense workers and those considering military careers.

 

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Working from an apartment outside Los Angeles, Matt Drudge has become the country's most notorious journalists from the days whenhe was the first to report that Newsweek had spiked a story about a sexual relationship between President Clinton and a White House intern. There are reporters who will argue that Drudge should not be labeled a journalist at all, which is the subject matter for Drudge's book, The Drudge Manifesto. As Drudge has noted, he has "no budget, no bosses, no deadline," and as a result he has not obligation to anyone, his independence both feared and reviled, dmired and respected by the world of news reporting.

While ostracized by the mainstream press, the now famous Drudg Report Web site has popular appeal htat is undeniable, the Drudge Report Web site now in the top twenty most popular Web sites on the world, receiving more than a quater-million hits. It is said that members of the White House staff check into his site daily, as well as many of the media elite that finally acknowledging his popularity with the American people, giving up denouncing his site to the public. Drudge, because of his non-biased reporting, is the most trusted source for news on and off the Web.

Breitbart.com provides instant news from the wires of AP and Reuters for the following news categories: Breaking, World, U.S., Political, Business, Entertainment, Life, Science, Oddities, and Sports.

 

World News Note: The New York Times is not listed. With our loved ones overseas, we have no interest in supporting elitism.
As the broadcast environment evolves - across television, radio and other new and emerging media platforms - and as society changes, the BBC will continue to support how we work and how we play, delivering public value across the range of its content and services.

The BBC is established under Royal Charter. The current Charter came into force in 2007, and runs until the end of 2016. It explicitly recognises the BBC’s editorial independence and sets out its public purposes. Under the new Charter, the BBC is governed by the BBC Trust, which sets the strategic direction of the BBC and has a clear duty to represent the interests of licence fee payers. The Trust sets purpose remits, issues service licences and holds the Executive Board to account for its performance in delivering BBC services.

The British Newspaper, Times Online.

 

News24 also hosts Afrikaans web sites for Beeld, Die Burger, Volksblad, Sake and the Naspers Afrikaans portal website NetAfrikaans.com, making it the largest supplier of Afrikaans news content.  It also hosts web sites for Sunday newspapers Rapport and City Press and a number of Media24 community newspapers.
News from Sweden in English.
Secular liberal Web site on the environment, pushing CSR agenda.

"Times of London has launched an important new service – the e-paper. The e-paper is only available to users accessing from outside the UK or RoI. At home or at work, the e-paper is the same as the printed newspaper in the UK. The News, Sport and Business sections, and the supplements, are laid out just as in the actual paper. Why not buy a subscription for a friend

Times Online now offers you the chance to give the unique gift of the 7-day e-paper package to your friends or family abroad. All you have to do is click on the button below marked buy for a friend and complete your details as requested."

News24 is Southern Africa and Africa's premier online news resource, with round-the-clock coverage to bring you local and international news as it happens, when it happens. News24 is accessible via the web and on DStv Channel 59.

The main news sections are South Africa, Africa, World, Sport, Sci-Tech and Entertainment. News24 also brings you the latest business news through its business section, Finance24. Other related content sites include Wheels24, Property24, Women24, Health24, and Food24.

The Local is news from Sweden in English - Our readers in Sweden consist of foreigners from over a hundred nations, as well as Swedes looking for a different perspective on events. Abroad, The Local has become required reading for people planning a move to Sweden, planning to visit or doing business with Sweden.
The EarthTimes Online Newspaper is an online news and press release resource with particular focus on environmental issues and corporate social responsibility. Updated constantly with breaking World news and sport plus worldwide press releases The Earth Times covers global topics and politics plus the latest corporate, business and product news and reviews. The Earth Times site also serves as a forum from 'voices from the field or street' - everyday men and women who are active agents of change and whose points of view are seldom heard in the mainstream media.
UK Financial Times Online. Financial Times, recognised worldwide for its authoritative, accurate, and analytical reporting, is one of the world's leading global business news organisations. The newspaper is printed in 23 cities across the world. It has a daily circulation of more than 435,000 copies, more than one million readers and is available in 140 countries. FT.com, the FT website, is the world's leading audited business website, with more than 3.7 million unique users."
News from Britains largest commercial television network. "ITV1 is the most popular commercial television channel in Britain, watched on average by 45 million people every week. It has the largest programme budget of any commercial channel in Europe, currently at around £1 billion, which is spent on a mixed genre schedule made up of a range of high quality programmes.

ITV1 is also the UK’s regional channel, broadcasting well over 6,000 hours of original programming each year, and around half of all programmes broadcast on ITV1 are made outside the M25. ITV is made up of a network of 15 different regional licences each with its own set of obligations and conditions. "

UK News Tabloid "Daily Record and Sunday Mail are Scotland's most popular daily and Sunday newspapers. With over 2 million readers, you can be relatively confident that your ad will deliver results."
Cable News  
The cable news channel network whose mission statement is Fair and Balanced News. According to demographics (2/05), Fox News.com has over five million uses who search over 177 million pages on its Web site, 35 page views per visitor. 67 percent are male and 33% female, with 79% of all visitors being between the ages of 25-54 with incomes of over $75,000. 50% have a four-year college degree or better.
News from MSNBC MSNBC.com is one of the providers that brings breaking news to the Internet, delivering content from NBC News, MSNBC Cable, CNBC, NBC Sports, MSN, and Newsweek. MSNBC is a 24-hour cable and Internet joint venture of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and NBC News (NYSE: GE.)
CNN online on world events.

"CNN.com is among the world's leaders in online news and information delivery. Staffed 24 hours, seven days a week by a dedicated staff in CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and in bureaus worldwide, CNN.com relies heavily on CNN's global team of almost 4,000 news professionals. CNN.com features the latest multimedia technologies, from live video streaming to audio packages to searchable archives of news features and background information. The site is updated continuously 24/7."

Webmaster's note: The above is from CNN's Web site. But what they don't tell you is that, other than CBS News, CNN has danced with the devil . . . not only allowing Iraqi citizens to be thrown to the wood chippers to keep their elitist's bureau in Baghdad during Saddam's rule, but now sources reveal CNN has also sent gifts to dictators including North Korea's. This can only encourage North Korea to not negotiate with the Americans, knowing they have a world news agency in their back pocket as spokesperson to help bicycle their communist agenda to the Americans. CNN needs to remove its headquarters from America to overseas. In other words, its head needs to be where its heart is.

News from Court TV "Court TV is the network of engaging stories, revealed through the people and process of investigation. Within the past five years, Court TV has become a top rated powerhouse cable destination as well as a leader in forensic and investigative programming. Court TV is 50% owned by AOL Time Warner, and 50% owned by Liberty Media Corp. The network is seen in almost 80 million homes."
Religious News  
Evangelical News Source.

"The mission of CBN and its affiliated organizations is to prepare the United States of America and the nations of the world for the coming of Jesus Christ and the establishment of the Kingdom of God on earth. We are achieving this end through the strategic use of mass communications, especially television and film, the Internet and New Media, radio; the distribution of cassettes, literature; and the educational training of students to relate biblical principles to those spheres of human endeavor that play a dominant role in our world."

Catholic News Service Online. "The mission of Catholic News Service is the mission of the Church itself -- to spread the Gospel through contemporary means of communication. Our mission is to perform this task by reporting the news which affects Catholics in thSome of that news is good and some is bad, but it is what readers need to know in order to work for salvation. They need to know that there are saints in the making in the Church today and they need to know that there are sinners too. Our mission is to report fully, fairly and freely about the involvement of the Church in the world today."eir everyday lives.

 

With an emphasis on the restoration of the values needed to maintain strong, unified families, Traditional Values Coalition focuses upon issues such as education, homosexual advocacy, family tax relief, pornography, the right to life and religious freedom.

TVC’s membership of over 43,000 churches bridges racial and socio-economic barriers and includes most Christian denominations. Churches across the United States and throughout Puerto Rico are members of TVC and many participate in our Latino Outreach or work closely with the Asian American Family Alliance.With an emphasis on the restoration of the values needed to maintain strong, unified families, Traditional Values Coalition focuses upon issues such as education, homosexual advocacy, family tax relief, pornography, the right to life and religious freedom. While Traditional Values Coalition is a lobbying organization, its sister organization, Traditional Values Education & Legal Institute, is a foundation dedicated to educating and supporting churches in their efforts to restore America’s cultural heritage.

TVC believes America’s strength is in her churches. Pastors and their churches are not barred by law from being involved in the making of public policy. Traditional Values Coalition is a resource for Christians and pastors, providing education on the representative process and up-to-the-minute public policy information.

"Christian Science Monitor is an international daily newspaper published Monday through Friday. Founded in 1908, it's now also a multimedia website, an e-mail edition, a personal digital assistant (PDA) edition, and a downloadable PDF of the print version. To learn more about the Monitor, including its mission and its founder, Mary Baker Eddy, see the answers to some of our frequently asked questions: Is the paper a religious periodical? No, it's a real newspaper published by a church — The First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, Mass., USA. Everything in the Monitor is international and US news and features, except for one religious article that has appeared each day in The Home Forum section since 1908, at the request of the paper's founder, Mary Baker Eddy.

In an age of corporate conglomerates dominating news media, the Monitor combination of church ownership, a public-service mission, and commitment to covering the world (not to mention the fact that it was founded by a woman shortly after the turn of the century, when US women didn't yet have the vote!) gives the paper a uniquely independent voice in journalism."

Financial News  
Financial News

"As one of the leading sites for breaking financial news, investor tools and data, Bloomberg.com is the global standard for business information. Drawing from the extraordinary power of the Bloomberg Professional service — the information source that the financial world depends on — users get quick, easy access to data and analytical tools available nowhere else. The strength and diversity of Bloomberg media products allow Bloomberg.com to provide content in any format our users require — from around-the-clock access to live, streaming video to archived audio and video coverage.

At Bloomberg, each of our 8,000 employees embodies the excellence and intellectual curiosity that we are known for. We demand much of our people; they are treated with the respect that they have earned by building us into a world leader in our industry. We give them every advantage in their careers, with top-flight training and windows for advancement. All of this means that we create an environment in which there's an unparalleled opportunity to excel."

Financial News Source

"CNN/Money.com's editorial team reports on jobs and the economy, national and international financial markets and stocks, business news, mutual funds, real estate, technology, autos and travel. Within the site's personal finance section, the "Millionaire in the Making" column profiles investing and savings strategies of real people. "Money101" offers an interactive course so individuals can learn the best ways to manage their finances. MONEY magazine's Walter Updegrave answers readers' questions twice a week in his "Ask the Expert" column. From tackling credit card debt to retirement issues, the personal finance section covers a wide-range of topics in-depth so users can make the smartest decisions concerning their assets. The site also features a selection of articles each month from MONEY magazine.

A staff of roughly 40 journalists works closely with CNN's Business News Division and CNN.com to bring site visitors the most important national and international business and economic stories first. Expert commentators, including CNN's Lou Dobbs (The Dobbs Report), CNN's Economic Correspondent Kathleen Hays (HaysWire), CNN/Money.com's Jeanne Sahadi (Everyday Money), CNN/Money.com's Chris Morris (Game Over) and CNN/Money.com's Paul LaMonica (TechBiz) bring unmatched insight into what the day's big stories mean for the nation's economy and markets."

MSN Money (formerly CNBC) Online Web site. "With the launch of our new algorithmic search engine, MSN is delivering a powerful tool that helps give users precisely what they are looking for - in less time. MSN Search gives users the ability to expedite their searches by utilizing content specific tabs: Web, news, images, music, desktop, and Encarta, and personalization with Search Builder and Search Near Me features. Internet users are provided with a faster way to find useful results on the Web, giving you a better way to reach your customers."
Internet News  
Yahoo Internet News features content from more than a dozen news partners in 13 categories.
Google News gathers stories from more than 4,500 English-language news sources worldwide, and automatically arranges them to present the most relevant news first.
"Yahoo! News features content from more than a dozen news partners in 13 categories. The front page lists each category of news, and within each category, you'll find a breadth of news providers. News Search reaches out to over 7,000 news sources in 35 languages and offers continuously updated articles from Yahoo! News combined with crawled news sources around the Web. And we've added features to Advanced News Search that allow you to make even more specific queries, including searches for sources and by location.
We also have several specialty sites dedicated to certain kinds of news. For instance, visit Yahoo! Finance for detailed financial news and stock quotes, or go to Yahoo! Sports for team information and scores."
Google News gathers stories from more than 4,500 English-language news sources worldwide, and automatically arranges them to present the most relevant news first. Topics are updated every 15 minutes, so you're likely to see new stories each time you check the page. Pick the item that interests you and you'll go directly to the site which published that story. Google News is a highly unusual news service in that our results are compiled solely by computer algorithms, without human intervention. As a result, news sources are selected without regard to political viewpoint or ideology, enabling you to see how different organizations are reporting the same story. This variety of perspectives and approaches is unique among online news sites, and we consider it essential in helping you stay informed about the issues that matter most to you.

Yahoo News from Reuters of Odd Stories. "Just prior to founding Reuters in 1851, Paul Julius Reuter found a niche delivering the latest news and information using the fastest technology available. In 1850 the technology was a fleet of 45 pigeons that would deliver news and stock prices between Brussels and Aachen, Germany within two hours, beating the railroad by six hours.

Reuters founding philosophy has endured. Today Reuters supplies real-time data on 5.5 million financial records including equities, bonds and derivatives from 258 exchanges and over-the-counter markets. The company provides historical information on over 40,000 companies. In addition, on average 30,000 headlines, including third party contributions, and over eight million words are published daily in 19 languages.

Besides serving the financial markets, Reuters information and news is used by the media worldwide, businesses and individuals. The company is the most read news source on the Internet reaching million in their offices, homes and PDAs.."

If you want the NEWS from My Way, either click on the My Way link to your right or select NEWS option on  My Way's homepage.

 

The Internet was once touted as the information superhighway. Instead of a superhighway, it has become more like an expressway at rush hour: slow moving and filled with obstacles, requiring that you navigate through the unwanted and the unexpected.My Way has partnered with the Internet's leading search providers - Google, Ask Jeeves, Yahoo! and LookSmart - to feature the world's best search engine along with our full portal offering...all without banners, pop-ups, video ads, direct marketing and privacy concerns. NO BANNERS. NO POP-UPS.Some people don't mind a home page cluttered with ads and promos. However, we believe that most people would rather keep their Web experience simple, clean, and fast. And that's where My Way comes in. We don't serve banners or pop-ups on the My Way website. Period.

This means less clutter, lightning-fast pages, and more room for news, email, sports, finance, games, searches and whatever else you want.

Internet News from Wired Magazine. Supported by Lycos Info, Wired News is your source for cutting-edge sources about the world and the World Wide Web.
News concerning the cable and broadcast business online. "Broadcasting & Cable is the definitive news source on every aspect of the television industry: programming, finance, technology, regulatory and media trends. It covers the entire spectrum of broadcast, cable, satellite, telco, multimedia, broadband, and other emerging technologies, and is the single most reliable source of industry news and information available.

Broadcasting & Cable online (www.broadcastingcable.com) - the magazine's web site - provides daily news updates, early previews of the print edition, a searchable database and hundreds of industry links."

Network Television News  
CBS New Network Online site. "CBS.com and CBSNews.com are internet extensions to CBS television programming. CBS.com extends the strong CBS brand presence to the internet with content that goes beyond tv shows to allow the viewer a more in depth, personal experience with their favorite characters and shows. Unique site creation like Survivor and CSI bring CBS.com to the edge of the television/internet entertainment experience."
ABC News Online site. "ABC News digitally reaches over 10 million unique visitors each month . . . a desirable audience of adults that look to become better informed about the world around them." (Sorry, that's all we could legally find about this site.)
NBC Network News Online. "NBC.com brings the power of NBC online. It is the premiere site for the public to obtain program and schedule information for NBC primetime, daytime and late night. It offers exclusive, original content in addition to comprehensive updates on NBC television shows and stars. The site also guides users to other NBC online offerings such as MSNBC.com, CNBC, Shop NBC and local affiliate stations.

Online features include trivia, games, video, music and polls, which help attract online users consistent with NBC's target demographic of upscale adults, ages 18 to 49."

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"The news section [one of many] of the New York Daily News America contains the newspaper's major news stories - politics, crime, education, City Hall, and state, national and world news. (Some of these stories may appear in separate sub-sections for your convenience.) Also, columnists whose work appears in the main news pages of the newspaper - like Pete Hamill and Juan Gonzalez -- can be found here.

In a News sub-section called Ideas and Opinions, you'll find our editorials, the Voice of the People, and op-ed columnists like E.R. Shipp, Zev Chafets, Lenore Skenazy, Mike Barnicle, Arianna Huffington, Charles Krauthammer, and of course, Daily News Chairman Mortimer B. Zuckerman. In another there is the Daily Dish, wher you'll find columns by our celebrity-watchers Rush & Molloy.

In another News sub-section called Today's Headlines, you'll find a list of all the headlines on today's website, no matter what section they're in. You can read any story by clicking on the headline. The only kinds of "news" stories or columns you won't find in the News section are those that appear only in The Daily News' borough sections, which are of unique interest to the communities concerned. But don't worry! These stories are in the Boroughs area of the website."

 

Online news source for the New York Post.

"Our hard-hitting, concise brand of journalism attracts upscale, professional, well-educated and active online readers from New York and throughout the country.

The New York Post's famous gossip columnists draw attention from around the world -- from Vanity Fair, to Paris Match, people can't stop talking about Richard Johnson's PageSix. With the most complete coverage of New York teams, the Post's Sports writing has been dubbed 'The Best Sports in Town'."

News from the Washington Times. "Our Web site includes all of the original content from the daily printed version of The Washington Times. The site is updated around the clock with breaking news from the Associated Press and United Press International.

Washington Times News World Communications, Inc. also publishes the Nis a full-service, general interest daily newspaper in the nation's capital. Founded in 1982, The Washington Times is one of the most-often-quoted newspapers in the U.S. It has gained a reputation for hard-hitting investigative reporting and thorough coverage of politics and policy. Published by News World Communications, Inc., The Washington Times is 'America's Newspaper.'ational Weekly Edition of The Washington Times, which includes the week's best news and commentary from the daily edition."

The ChicagoTribune Newspaper Online. "Chicago Tribune's sites are number one in total market reach for Chicago news and information Web sites (source: Media Metrix). Beating out popular national sites like CNN.com and MSNBC.com, Chicagoans choose to get their online news from a trusted, local brand. Attracting a young, educated, and affluent audience, the Chicago Tribune sites reach more than a million readers every month."
The Boston Hearld Online site. Boston Herald Interactive Advertising Systems is the newly formed network of online properties of Herald Media, Inc. Our network offers our visitors news from “Downtown to their Town.” For news and features on the web, or to search for a job, vehicle or home, Herald Imperative's online products make it easy.

Our online advertising partners benefit from our ability to offer targeted campaigns to an audience of loyal, upscale, and educated visitors. On average, Herald Interactive currently reaches over over 3 million unique visitors each month, and is comprised of news from a major metropolitan newspaper, The Boston Herald, and 91 Community newspapers of the Community Newspaper Company."

Online news from the Philadephia Inquire. "Your gateway to Philadelphia on the Web, including news from the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. Part of the Real Cities Network, philly.com also brings you local and national sports, features and business plus classifieds, searchable Yellow Pages and more."
CNS is a full-service syndicate that provides a wide array of daily news and other content to 1,500 clients that range from major daily newspapers to other providers located around the world. "Copley News Service, headquartered in San Diego, has grown and changed with the times since its founding in 1955 by Copley Newspapers' publisher James S. Copley to serve the Illinois and California newspapers. He had already established the first Copley news bureau in 1944 in Washington, D.C., to cover news in the nation's capital. Washington remains the largest of the current CNS bureaus; others are in Chicago, Springfield and Champaign, Ill., Los Angeles, and Sacramento, Calif., and Mexico City. The company now also owns newspapers in Ohio.

CNS is now a full-service syndicate that provides a wide array of daily news, weekly and special feature packages, editorial cartoons, color photos and comic strips to more than 1,500 clients that range from major daily newspapers to community weeklies, newsletters and Web sites across the United States and around the world."

USA Today's Newspaper Online Site. (Sorry, we couldn't find any legal "About Us" copy on this site.)
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NewsMax is a Right-Slanted opinion news site. "NewsMax.com, and our print publication, NewsMax Magazine, are the leading online and print independent news outlets in America.

Recently, Nielsen rated NewsMax.com the #4 fastest growing news site in the world. We have been featured regularly on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, and other major networks. Talkers Magazine says NewsMax is the #1 source for radio talk show hosts and producers -- and you've probably heard of us on Rush, Imus, or dozens of other networks such as MSNBC and Fox.

NewsMax.com has also been cited in a Newsweek cover story as "revolutionizing the way Americans get their news", named by Prudential Securities as "one of the web's truly great new sites", and featured in the Wall Street Journal Business Report."

The Conservative Opinion Magazine, The Weekly Standard. "Weekly Standard made its debut on September 17, 1995. Edited by William Kristol and Fred Barnes, the magazine is published 48 times a year by News America Incorporated. The Weekly Standard is available by subscription. The price of a single copy is $3.95.

Those are the basic facts. But we invite you to look inside the magazine to see what it's about, department by department. And also to see who besides Slate thinks The Weekly Standard is must reading. (What Others Say and Congressional Comment.)We'd be remiss if we didn't mention one of the big benefits of being a subscriber. Late Friday night, when we send the magazine to our printer, we also format the new issue so that we can post it on this site. Subscribers can open up the latest issue and read the editorial or the parody or that big piece splashed on the cover—or even the entire magazine. Subscribers can also read back issues in our Virtual Library. To enjoy these benefits, a subscriber registers simply by choosing a password.

The staff of The Weekly Standard also produces The Daily Standard, which features reports and comments on the news of the day. These pieces are written just for the web."

America's Oldest Journal Covering the Newspaper Industry. Editor & Publisher is the authoritative journal covering all aspects of the North American newspaper industry, including business, newsroom, advertising, circulation, marketing, technology, online and syndicates. Based in New York City, the magazine dates back to 1884, when The Journalist, a weekly, was founded. E&P was launched in 1901 and merged with The Journalist in 1907. E&P later acquired Newspaperdom, a trade journal for the newspaper industry that started in 1892. In 1927, E&P merged with another trade paper, The Fourth Estate.

In 1999, E&P was purchased by BPI Communications, a division of VNU Business Media. E&P is owned by VNU Business Publications, and is part of the company's Marketing/Media & Arts Group.In January 2004, E&P switched from weekly to monthly publication, while revamping its Web site to offer more breaking news and content on a daily basis.

E&P Online offers breaking news free to all visitors in our Top Stories section. Each week, selected proprietary stories from E&P staff are made available free to all visitors, but the majority of our analysis, industry news, features, columns, and trends are restricted to E&P subscribers. For more information about the content on our Web site and subscription offers, please visit our FAQ.

Conservative opinion online site.

"HUMAN EVENTS was first published in 1944 - more than a decade before any other conservative weekly. Since then, HUMAN EVENTS has not only defended conservative principles, but helped define them for the rest of the movement. We've also been one of the leaders in exposing liberal media bias - and countering it with tough investigative reporting and sharp conservative commentary.

HUMAN EVENTS brings you the facts other news sources work hard to hush up. HUMAN EVENTS helps you see what's coming and how it will affect your life, your job, and your finances. When you read HUMAN EVENTS, you are reading the same provocative investigative reports that are now being scrutinized and argued over by Senators, Congressmen and top opinion-makers nationwide."

WORLD Mission Statement: To report, interpret, and illustrate the news in a timely, accurate, enjoyable, and arresting fashion from a perspective committed to the Bible as the inerrant Word of God.

WORLD is a weekly newsmagazine published 50 times a year and located in the same area as Billy Graham's "The Cove," Asheville, North Carolina. WORLD Magazine offers complete coverage of national and international news written from a Christian perspective and supported by by an array of sharp, full-color photographs. Each week you will find thoughtful editorials and commentary, cultural analysis, national and international news, all wrapped in a Christian perspective.Other regular magazine features include in-depth movie and television reviews, book and music reviews, business, education, sports, technology, and health coverage to name a few. WORLD Magazine's Mission Statement:

To report, interpret, and illustrate the news in a timely, accurate, enjoyable, and arresting fashion from a perspective committed to the Bible as the inerrant Word of God.

Conservative Right Opinion Site.

"WorldNetDaily.com is an independent newssite created to capitalize on new media technology, to reinvigorate and revitalize the role of the free press as a guardian of liberty, an exponent of truth and justice, an uncompromising disseminator of news. "WorldNetDaily.com performs this function by remaining faithful to the central role of a free press in a free society: as a watchdog exposing government waste, fraud, corruption and abuse of power - the mission envisioned by our founders and protected in the First Amendment of the Constitution."

Indeed, WorldNetDaily.com is a fiercely independent newssite committed to hard-hitting investigative reporting of government waste, fraud and abuse. Founded by Joseph and Elizabeth Farah in May 1997, it is now a leading Internet newssite in both traffic and influence."

Left Opinion Site.

"When it was founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher and Norman Mailer in the fall of 1955, The Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation's first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice maintains the same tradition of no-holds barred reporting and criticism it first embraced when it began publishing more than forty years ago.

The recipient of three Pulitzer prizes, the George Polk Award, Front Page Awards, Deadline Club Awards and many others, the Voice has earned a reputation for its groundbreaking investigations of New York City politics, and as the premier expert on New York's downtown scene. Writing and reporting on local and national politics, with opinionated arts, culture, music, dance, film and theater reviews, Web dispatches and comprehensive entertainment listings, the Voice is the authoritative source on all that New York has to offer. Add classifieds unrivaled by any other New York publication, the Voice is New York's most influential must-read alternative newspaper."

Acid-left Secular Opinion Source.  They are so negative they must always have a headache over there.

"The Nation will not be the organ of any party, sect, or body. It will, on the contrary, make an earnest effort to bring to the discussion of political and social questions a really critical spirit, and to wage war upon the vices of violence, exaggeration, and misrepresentation by which so much of the political writing of the day is marred."

From The Nation's founding prospectus, 1865

The name of American, which belongs to you, in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of Patriotism. ... It should be the highest ambition of every American to extend his views beyond himself, and to bear in mind that his conduct will not only affect himself, his country, and his immediate posterity; but that its influence may be co-extensive with the world, and stamp political happiness or misery on ages yet unborn." --George Washington.
Conservapedia has over 11,950 educational, clean, and concise entries, including more than 350 lectures and term lists. There have been over 12,600,000 page views and over 197,000 page edits. This site is growing rapidly.

The National Journalism Center (NJC) is an unusual venture in journalism education: Devoted to accuracy, balance, and comprehension of the issues, it has trained scores of students every year for over a quarter of a century in the skills of press work, and assigned them internships at cooperating media locations.

Founded by M. Stanton Evans in 1977, the NJC also operates a Job Bank to help place alumni in permanent media positions. Over 1,400 students have now graduated from the NJC's 12-week training sessions, held three times a year, and we estimate some 900 of these have gone on to media and media-related positions. Among the media outlets where NJCers have worked are the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal; ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, PBS, NPR, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC and C-SPAN; Time, Newsweek, New Yorker, Harper's, Esquire, National Geographic, Readers' Digest, Wired, George, Details, Stuff and Forbes; AP, UPI, Dow Jones Newswire, Bloomberg News Service, Copley News Service, Knight Ridder News Service, and hundreds more. In addition, NJC alumni have written more than 100 books among them, many of which developed from projects at the NJC.

The Patriot is the Internet's leading advocate for individual liberty, the restoration of Constitutionally-constrained limits on government and the judiciary, and the promotion of free enterprise, national defense and traditional American values. The Patriot also believes that such advocacy can only be secured through the exercise of individual rights and responsibilities as ordained by God and established by our nation's Founders in our Declaration of Independence and its subordinate guidance, our Republic's Constitution.

Tired of the LIBERAL BIAS every time you search on Google and a Wikipedia page appears? Our study suggests that Wikipedia is 6 times more liberal than the American public. Now it's time for the Conservatives to get our voice out on the internet! Conservapedia began in November 2006, as the class project for a World History class of 58 advanced homeschooled and college-bound students meeting in New Jersey. Conservapedia has since grown enormously, including contributors worldwide. Conservapedia already exceeds the number of entries in the Oxford Dictionary of World History. Conservapedia is rapidly becoming one of the largest and most reliable online educational resources of its kind. We don't make false claims of neutrality, as Wikipedia does. We have certain principles that we adhere to, and we are up-front about them. Beyond that we welcome the facts.

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"A global influenza pandemic, like the "Spanish flu" of 1918, could leave tens of millions dead. Many experts insist that the world is unprepared, and overdue, for just such a catastrophe.

Pandemics are disease outbreaks that occur over a wide area and sicken or kill very high percentages of the affected populations. These outbreaks often occur when viruses mutate into new forms that the human immune system cannot fight."

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