News Media

Life Site news website

News from a politically conservative perspective

Bed of Lies podcast

The Telegraph's award-winning investigative podcast. True stories of greed, betrayal and deception - sometimes reality is stranger than fiction. —request


"an international news agency owned by Thomson Reuters. It employs around 2,500 journalists and 600 photojournalists in about 200 locations worldwide."

1440 Daily Digest

We scour 100+ sources so you don't have to. Culture, science, sports, politics, business, and more—all in a five-minute read., claims 1.5 million daily readers

American Greatness (update)

Conservative political and news commentary

Fox News (update)

Was calibrated at 380 in 2005's Truth vs. Falsehood by Dr. Hawkins. Where is it today?

Business Insider

American financial and business news website founded in 2007... publishes original reporting and aggregates material from other outlets --wikipedia

control the narrative

One of the most important tools in a narcissist’s toolbox is the ability to control the narrative... The crux of the matter is the manipulator’s desire to control the narrative and either be the hero or the victim.

Tim Pool (YouTube channel)

breaking news from around the world and commentary on top news topics in Politics and Cultural issues around the world. -- his channel

Vice News

current affairs channel, producing daily documentary essays and video through its website and YouTube channel. It promotes itself on its coverage of "under-reported stories" --wikipedia

National Review online

Once staunchly politically conservative, the commentary now trends towards moderate, undecided or unaffiliated. (formerly Russia Today)

RT America is a U.S.-based news channel headquartered in Washington, DC. It is part of the RT network, a global multilingual television news network based in Moscow funded by the Russian government --wikipedia

Tucker Carlson Tonight

His show on Fox News

Breitbart (news site)

A conservative news source (news site)

"our editorial independence is never compromised by corporate or government interests. Since our founding in 1996, Democracy Now! has held steadfast to our policy of not accepting government funding, corporate sponsorship, underwriting or advertising revenue."