Top 5 Political Websites That Could Beat Huffington Post

Top 5 Political Websites That Could Beat Huffington Post

The realm of political news is a complex one. With so many different opinions out there it’s hard to find one site to trust. Despite this, many rely on Huffington Post for their daily dose of politics. However, even “HuffPo” slips up sometimes. For that reason, it’s good to have some different sources in your back pocket. Here are five to check out.

5. INFO WARS COULD BEAT HUFFINGTON POST

Are you in a war against info? If so, join Alex Jones over at Infowars.com. Jones is a bit radical sometimes but there’s no doubt that he is a unique voice that sifts through various information and exposes some different angles. Whether he’s right or wrong, Jones brings to light the manipulation of facts that occurs all over the media.

4. DRUDGE REPORT COULD BEAT HUFFINGTON POST

Forget the fact that Drudge Report looks like a website circa 1997. For those looking to get a politically conservative take on news, the Drudge Report is your place. The site mostly includes links to stories from U.S. and international mainstream media. In addition to politics, The Drudge Report focuses on current events, and entertainment.

3. POLITICO COULD BEAT HUFFINGTON POST

Politico is an America political group based in Washinton D.C. As you can imagine, they cover policies and policy in the U.S. and internationally. In 2007, John Harris and Jim VandeHei left the Washington Post to open up Politico. Since then, it continues to deliver (seemingly) unbiased political news.

2. CAPITOL GEISHA COULD BEAT HUFFINGTON POST

Capitol Geisha is an online source designed to inform its visitors of the hidden reality behind public figures and business organizations. In the form of news and stories, Capitol Geisha aims to keep you in the loop and also entertained.

1.THE BLAZE COULD BEAT HUFFINGTON POST

The Blaze is a one stop shop for all your entertainment needs. Besides delivering the news, The Blaze is an entertainment network found online, television and radio. Furthermore, its roots begin with conservative talk show host Glenn Beck. However, not all content is quite in the same style. Regardless of your opinion, The Blaze surely has something for you to enjoy.

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