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Official Top 100 Conservative Websites for 2015

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Credit: J.R. Elliott

These are the top 100 conservative websites for 2015 according to Quantcast.com, the web’s number one in-depth source for website rankings.

Previous years we have relied on Alexa.com; however, camouflaged under the guise of a new-and-improved, more accurate algorithm, Alexa.com was caught ‘redhanded’ providing alternative news site deception. The company, owned by Amazon.com, instituted a new system that has precipitated plunges in the positions of FoxNews.com, the DrudgeReport, Breitbart.com, DailyCaller.com, Infowars.com, NewsMax.com, WND.com, RedFlagNews.com and many other “alternative” Internet news sites – or those which, like RedFlagNews.com, are, in one way or another, attempting to serve the role of government watchdog. We encourage you to read the detailed article below by our friend Joseph Farah at WND.com.

Quantcast’s technology is  arguably the industry’s most in-depth understanding of digital audiences. This list is based on US rankings during a six month period ending in December 2014. It should give you a general idea since almost all of these sites are solely based on conservative American politics. If you want to know what’s happening with conservative politics in the US, this list should keep you busy for a while.

The team of experts at RedFlag painstakingly compile these lists on a biannual basis. 

Do you not see your favorite website here? We are human . . . and do make mistakes. Websites must first qualify in global rankings prior to being entered into the US Leaderboard below. After confirming your rank with Quantcast, please submit your site at the bottom of this page. 

Biannual list will be posted July 24th.

 

2015 Rank

Website

Quantcast Rank

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5

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10

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12

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16

17

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19

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21

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27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

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38

39

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41

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43

44

45

46

47

48

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50

51

52

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54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

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66

67

68

69

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71

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75

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77

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81

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83

84

85

86

87

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90

91

92

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96

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98

99

100

IJ Review

Fox News

The Blaze

Drudge Report

Young Conservatives

TPNN

NewsMax

Washington Times

Daily Caller

Glenn Beck

Bill O’Reilly

Top Right News

Town Hall

MRC TV

Breitbart

Heritage Foundation

National Review Online

RedFlag News

WND (includes MichaelSavage.com)

The Daily Signal

Three Percent Nation

Twitchy

NewsBusters

CNS News

Washington Examiner

Weekly Standard

Western Center for Journalism

Reason.com

Right Wing News

Hot Air

Down Trend

Mr. Conservative

GOPUSA

Family Research Council

Instapundit/Pajamas Media

American Thinker

The Gateway Pundit

The Right Scoop

Mad World News

Rush Limbaugh

LifeSiteNews

Free Republic

Ann Coulter

Red State

Front Page Magazine

Lucianne.com

Life News

Personal Liberty Digest

Freedom Works

Army Times

Wayne Dupree

Lew Rockwell

Human Events

Patriot Update

Laura Ingraham

American Spectator

The Patriot Post

Legal Insurrection

Jihad Watch

World Magazine

Steyn Online

Commentary Magazine

First Things

The Common Sense Show

Weasel Zippers

American Conservative

Media Research Center

Dick Morris

Pat Dollard

The American

*Ace of Spades HQ/My Pet Jawa/CYankee*

Chicks on the Right

Mark Levin

Canada Free Press

All News Pipeline

Atlas Shrugs (PamelaGeller.com)

Sean Hannity

TheTeaParty.net

The Black Sphere

Washington’s Blog

The Libertarian Republic

The People’s Cube

The Conservative Tree House / Last Refuge

Debbie Schlussel

Daniel Pipes

Moonbattery

Orly Taitz

Althouse

Restoring Liberty

PJ TV

Conservapedia

Doug Ross@Journal

Angry White Dude

American Renaissance

The Pundit Press

GOP The Daily Dose

VDare

Conservatives for Palin

The Liberty Beacon

The Conservative Infidel

 

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51

71

187

199

207

226

303

332

334

345

349

530

552

561

619

665

675

683

838

867

928

989

1006

1114

1117

1216

1263

1608

1646

1798

1859

1939

2021

2129

2246

2257

2312

2388

2775

3138

3199

4015

4105

4182

4333

4731

5045

5393

5680

5733

6473

6482

6848

7028

7346

7450

7543

8490

8813

9055

9443

9507

10530

10660

10929

11433

11543

11810

12541

12574

12600

13063

13261

14055

14372

15153

15619

15882

16767

17800

19639

21317

21439

23039

25793

26444

28065

29142

30794

31177

33965

37705

40794

41535

44337

47424

51527

52838

52838


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THE WAR ON FREE PRESS CONTINUES

Exclusive: Joseph Farah exposes 'mysterious, inexplicable rankings revolution' at site

(by Joseph Farah, WND) -- For 17 years, longer than any other independent Internet news agency, WND.com has been fighting to re-establish the free press in America.

We’ve battled challenges from the federal government, the corporate gatekeepers in the Big Media, corrupt banksters, cultural revolutionaries, well-funded professional smear artists and a thousand other adversaries along the way.

The latest attack, camouflaged under the guise of a new-and-improved, more accurate algorithm, comes from an Internet ranking company owned by Amazon.com called Alexa.com.

Beginning just 10 days ago, Alexa.com, which specializes in ranking websites all over the world in order of popularity, instituted a new system that has precipitated plunges in the positions of FoxNews.com, the DrudgeReport, Breitbart.com, DailyCaller.com, Infowars.com, NewsMax.com, WND.com and many other “alternative” Internet news sites – or those which, like WND.com, are, in one way or another, attempting to serve the role of government watchdog.

Meanwhile, while those sites are in free-fall on Alexa.com, statist, “progressive” content sites, some of which serve only as watchdogs of the watchdogs, are skyrocketing on the Alexa rankings. None of this has anything, of course, to do with a sudden change in the public’s news consumption habits. Though officials at Alexa finally responded to WND’s persistent requests for comment after nearly three days of silence, the company has offered no explanation for this remarkable, dramatic, overnight shift in their rankings.

What do I conclude from this?

The only conclusion I can draw after similar battles over the decades with Internet giants like Google and Bing and the Big Media establishment is that Alexa has joined the war on the free press. I can only conclude that the once-reputable company has thrown its lot in with the corporate gatekeepers who are threatened by the competition from the upstart muckrakers.

WND news stories have documented the otherwise mysterious, inexplicable rankings revolution taking place at Alexa.com:

What’s happening at Alexa.com is shocking and demands a public response from Amazon.com. Over the last 17 years WND has been around, we’ve seen this kind of thing before. It smacks of a deliberate effort to destroy and discredit alternative news sites – especially those that don’t grovel at the feet of government and who seek to be the watchdogs the American news media are supposed to be.

How else does one explain the disparity between the recent gains on Alexa by statist, pro-government, pro-status quo, establishment sites and the precipitous drops on Alexa by the anti-establishment alternatives? Again, to be clear, these rankings are not in any way based on dropping traffic. No such drop is taking place. The Alexa rankings, based on what we’ve seen over the last week or so, suggest the company has thrown out its role as a politically impartial Internet ranking service and thrown its lot in with search engines like Google and Bing, which admittedly give preference through their skewed algorithms to establishment content sites like CNN and Huffington Post.

The shift is widespread in its “political correctness” standard: Websites like Planned Parenthood are suddenly soaring, while the pro-life LifeNews.org is falling like a rock.

All Alexa has said about what’s happening is posted below:

“Thanks for your inquiry. Below is some additional information about how Alexa calculates ranks. We have not recently changed our methodology.

“The Alexa ranks are updated daily. Most Global and Country ranks are based on our panel of toolbar users which is a sample of all internet users; specifically the Global rank is based on unique visitor and page-view metrics from the past 3 months and the Country ranks are based on metrics from the past 1 month. If a site’s metrics are Certified the Global and Country ranks can be based on Certified Site Metrics from the past 3 months and from the past month, respectively. The Certified Site Metrics feature is available on all of our paid subscription plans: http://www.alexa.com/plans

“The rank graph at the top of the Site Overview page shows a site’s rank smoothed over the trailing 30 days, making it less meaningful than the 3 month rank. The smoothed rank plot points on the graph tend to fluctuate more often than the 3 month global rank that appears at the top of Site Overview pages.”

Apparently, Alexa has made a corporate decision not to answer WND’s inquiries about the sudden discrepancies between rankings of watchdog and “progressive” sites.

Maybe Alexa needs to hear from you.

Alexa Internet
Phone: (415) 561-6900 and (415) 561-6908
Fax: (415) 561-6795
37 Graham St, San Francisco, CA 94129-1723
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