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For What It’s Worth

Posted on | October 18, 2012 | 8 Comments

— by Wombat-socho

Maetenloch over at AOSHQ had this list of top-ranked conservative websites, courtesy of Doug Ross at DirectorBlue who did the grunt work of sorting through Alexa to figure out who’s hot and who’s not.

The good news is that we’re hot: #96 on the list, just a few spots behind Dan Riehl (#93) and Ann Coulter (#91). There’s some weird stuff on the list that I’m not sure qualifies as “conservative”, strictly speaking, including the Volokh Conspiracy (#97) and the various Gannett military papers such as the Army Times, but it’s not my list so I don’t get to say who’s in and who’s out.

No Buffalo Springfield link, much less video. I hate that song.


  • JeffWeimer

    The top 8 aren’t Conservative sites at all, unless you include Drudge and Foxnews. I mean, Daily Beast? Really?

  • Becca Lower

    Good call on excluding the Buffalo Springfield, Wombat. That’s all I got.

  • WJJ Hoge

    Something’s happening here …

  • rosalie

    “For What It’s Worth”. It’s worth a lot.

  • CPAguy

    #1 in my book.

  • K-Bob

    I think a lot of the top-ranked sites show that folks who wouldn’t claim to be conservative rely on the more conservative voices for some grip on things.

    Staying in the fog of leftist dreams can get people unmoored from reality to the point where they think it’s normal to take recreational drugs every waking hour.

    I like my adult beverages, but I don’t have them for breakfast.


  • Wombat_socho

    Fox, yes; Drudge, maaaaybe; Beastweek HELL NO.

  • Bob Belvedere

    I miss the Saturday liquid breakfasts.