Ronald Reagan's favorite publication and home of the best commentary in politics --and I'm not just talking about my column either. Pat Buchanan, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, and various other analysts, Congressmen and experts do a fair job too. Also, they publish my column. Did I mention my column? No? Well, I have a column there.
The Collective Blog of Human Events, generally not a collectivist bunch.
"Energy is the most important global commodity. Period." And Energy is the sole focus at Energy Tribune. Founded by noted expert and author Prof. Michael Economides, Energy Tribune is home to my second column, a monthly commentary: "Mac, Not PC."
A Journal of Politics and Culture, gathering together some of the finest commentary on the web. Also, it carries my weekly column. An excellent publication nonetheless.
Rep. Tom Tancredo's Political Action Committee. Dedicated to recruiting and electing candidates who believe America should secure her borders and enforce immigration law just as we enforce every other manner of law. I urge you to donate.
It's been around since the blogenesis, and John Hawkins' site is still one of the best around. Check out the sort of nuts that submit reader commentaries to other folks' websites, here
The official blog of Robert B. Bluey, my former editor and current Director of the Center for Media & Public Policy over at the Heritage Foundation. Remember: if it's not Robert B. Bluey, it's probably just hooey.
The Washington Times' online magazine for commentary and analysis, and home to several of my freelance pieces.
I think this is the all-around best blog on the web. TV commentator, columnist, best-selling author, and #1 blogger going --CLONE THIS WOMAN NOW!
Most people are blind to the historical significance of events. Ms. Noonan, a former speech writer for President Reagan, gets it. She has a very rare quality among political writers: lasting significance. I find myself thinking about her better articles days after I read them. Her post-September 11th stuff has stayed with me for years.
I like chicks, OK. Plus, the talented Miss Coulter is the most fearless writer the Right has ever known, AND she's funny AND awful purty. Her site is worth visiting just for the picture of her plinking off the front porch at some hapless liberal rodent.
My favorite Godless communist of all. Mr Hitchens shows what the Left could be it if wasn't just a bunch of reactionary partisan pantywaists. I liked him before the war for his wit, but I am simply grateful to God for him since then.
This is a great collection of links to political articles, updated twice daily. The poll round-up is really useful. I'm very fond of the site DESPITE THE FACT THEY HAVE THUS FAR INEXPLICABLY FAILED TO LINK ANY OF MY COMMENTARIES! What's the deal? Townhall can manage to link me all the time. Are you calling Townhall idiots? (UPDATE: Uh, actually it turns out they sorta did link one of my articles --but not on the main page. NOT ON THE MAIN PAGE!! Therefore they shall have to continue to endure this ridicule until I end up on the main page. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT, RealClearGuys?)
Now these people know how to link quality writing. This is an Internet headquarters for the conservative movements. A really good site for both links and exclusive content.
One of the many groups that continue the grassroots effort to restore New York's skyline properly -by rebuilding two grander towers where two stood before.
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