The 40 Best Conservative Websites Of 2013

You could make a fair argument that the best conservative websites are the ones that are read by the most people. If that’s the sort of list you’re interested in, you can find it right here.

However, as someone who only had a thousand people a day reading him after a year of slogging away on his own blog, I believe the old saw that goes, “If you build a better mousetrap, the world will beat a path to your door” isn’t true. The guy with a better mousetrap may end up laboring in obscurity while the people who’ve been building mousetraps for decades or who have a huge marketing budget may beat him into the ground.

So as someone who spends every day of his life immersed in conservative websites great and small, I want to take the time to recognize some of the best websites out there, regardless of size. Not all of them are giants, but these are the websites I end up on the most over the course of a week (Obviously, my websites Right Wing News, Linkiest and The Looking Spoon aren’t included; nor is Townhall:¬†where I write a weekly column.)

40) The Black Sphere
39) The Campaign Spot
38) Clash Daily
37) Rare
36) Moonbattery
35) Liberal Logic 101
34) Joe For America
33) Pat Dollard
32) Althouse
31) Naked DC
30) The Tea Party News Network
29) Jammie Wearing Fools
28) Lucianne
27) Life News
26) Legal Insurrection
25) Cybercast News Service
24) Redstate
23) The Washington Examiner
22) Newsmax
21) Front Page Magazine
20) Michelle Malkin
19) The American Spectator
18) PJ Media
17) Newsbusters
16) National Review
15) Twitchy
14) Mr. Conservative
13) The Corner
12) BizPac Review
11) Weasel Zippers
10) The Daily Caller
9) Breitbart
8) Ace of Spades HQ
7) Instapundit
6) Fox News
5) Real Clear Politics
4) The Blaze
3) Hot Air
2) The Gateway Pundit
1) The Drudge Report

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