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I watch/read a lot of news. And I've been asked a lot where I usually get my news.
So without further ado, here are a list of my recommended websites pertaining to news, politics, etc...
Useful News Media Tools
Wall Street Journal’s favorite websites
The Drudge Report
The News Right Now
Other very useful links
Council on Foreign Relations
Foreign Affairs (a magazine)
U.S. Department of State
International Atomic Energy Agency
U.S. Government Printing Office
RAND Corporation (a Global Policy Think-Tank)
My personal favorite sites (mostly conservative biased)
The Weekly Standard
Iraq the Model
Robinson and Long
The Long War Journal
Investor's Business Daily
General News (in USA and Europe)
World News Network
The New York Times
Los Angeles Times
Wall Street Journal
National Public Radio
U.S. News & World Report
The Washington Post
The Washington Times
The Boston Globe
The New York Post
The New York Sun
The Chicago Tribune
The Seattle-Post Intelligencer
The San Francisco Chronicle
Other News Sites
Gulf News (United Arab Emirates)
Islamic Republic News Agency (Iran)
Tehran Times (Iran)
The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Toronto Star (Canada)
Al-Ahram Weekly (Egypt)
Asia Times Online (Hong Kong/Thailand)
Deccan Chronicle (India)
The Times of India
The Jerusalem Post (Israel)
Daily Yomiuri Online (Japan)
The Chosun Ilbo (South Korea)
Times of Oman
Philippines Daily Inquirer
The Moscow Times (Russia)
The Bangkok Post (Thailand)
Channel News Asia (Singapore)
Feel free to add to this list.
Last edited by Dark-san; July 25, 2009 at 01:00 AM.
Boy! The Guardian? From what I've read of your posts I thought you were a ring wing fanboy. But the Guardian!? That's too liberal even by my standards. Seems my first impressions of you were wrong Miyi.
Last edited by thsv; September 05, 2008 at 03:11 PM.
^Is that sarcasm?
yes, I read from all angles. There's so many false information, and it's coming from both sides. I won't lie to you.
But I am naturally right-leaning, and so my posts reflect that, quite obviously.
I've added Robinson and Long to the list.
Last edited by miyi; September 05, 2008 at 04:34 PM.
No its not sarcasm. Some of those sites I wasn't surprised to see. But for me the Guardians Leftist bias is way too much for me to trust their ability for balanced reporting that all. Sorry if my post caused offence
Miyi, do you really read all of that in a week, every week for your news??? O.o
When I want to get my politics fix, I watch CSPAN. I like to see the candidates without the media filter. The thing I love about CSPAN so much is that they aren't worried about ratings, so they don't have to sensationalize trivial issues like the networks do.
I'd like to see The Economist be mentioned, when "news" publications like the Sun and the New York Post are being mentioned.
news.com.au, for all the latest news from Australia. Plus it's got some world reports as well.
Last edited by Dark-san; July 25, 2009 at 01:01 AM.
Huffington Post is a wonderful news site, it is very liberal, not the best site for unbiased news but great for opinion. A lot of great minds from doctors to senators to pundits post there. Mother Jones is similar but with fewer posts by politicians. The Economist is a great site for good old fashioned reporting.
Last edited by Kaiten; August 14, 2009 at 08:04 PM.
globalsecurity.org is a great site for academic/professional articles on world security and defense topics.
I second HuffingtonPost's site. I use it the most. I also like TalkingPointsMemo granted it's going to be quite biased
ONTD_Political is a flagship of Livejournal's ohnotheydidnt community. They compile news sources from various sites and gather them in one place. The comments are worth reading as well.
Alternative Right - www.alternativeright.com/