Top 100 Political Blogs & Websites on the Web

POLITICO – Politics, Policy, Political News

Washington, D.C.

About Blog – Nobody knows politics like POLITICO. Launched in January 2007 with the mission of covering the politics of Capitol Hill, the presidential campaign, and the business of Washington lobbying and advocacy with enterprise, style, and impact.



Washington, D.C.

About Blog – ThinkProgress is an American political news blog. It is a project of the Center for American Progress (CAP), a progressive public policy research and advocacy organization. It is dedicated to providing readers with rigorous reporting and analysis from a progressive perspective. It is divided into the sections climate, economy, health, justice, LGBT, world, culture, sports, politics and features.
Frequency – about 70 posts per week


Daily Kos

About Blog – Daily Kos, a brainchild of blogger Markos Moulitsas, is one of the oldest political blogs on the Web and it is unashamedly liberal. It gets about 25 million hits a month and has thousands of readers commenting every day. Expect a lot of heated discussions here.
Frequency – about 175 posts per week


The New York Times – Politics

New York City

About Blog – News, opinion and multimedia on politics and government.
Frequency – about 88 posts per week


Reddit – Politics

San Francisco, CA

About Blog – Politics is the subreddit for current and explicitly political U.S. news.
Frequency – about 350 posts per week

The White House

Washington, DC

About Blog – See the President’s daily schedule, explore behind-the-scenes photos from inside the White House, and find out all the ways you can engage with the most interactive administration in our country’s history.
Frequency – about 9 posts per week


Politicus USA


About Blog – PoliticusUSA brings you news, political commentary & analysis from a liberal point of view. We’re independent and fact-based but never lacking for grounded, hard-hitting opinions. At Politicususa, liberal means open-minded; we don’t subscribe to any agenda but the truth. PoliticusUSA has no corporate funding and no masters.
Frequency – about 88 posts per week



DC Metro Area

About Blog – Welcome to NewsBusters, a project of the Media Research Center (MRC), America’s leading media watchdog in documenting, exposing and neutralizing liberal media bias.
Frequency – about 88 posts per week


MoveOn.Org – Democracy In Action


About Blog – is a popular Democratic blog that focuses on grassroots political activism. While you will certainly enjoy reading the blog posts here, don’t expect any objectivity. The bloggers at are very opinionated and not afraid to reveal their biases.
Frequency – about 4 posts per week

The Gateway Pundit

St. Louis, Missouri

About Blog – The Gateway Pundit is one of the top political websites. The Gateway Pundit has 12 million visits each month. It is consistently ranked as one of the top political blogs in the nation.
Frequency – about 117 posts per week


About Blog – Michelle Malkin has a very aggressive, in-your-face way of blogging that has certainly found many takers. She is a leading conservative blogger. Her blog posts are intense, powerfully written and get to the core of the matter in no time at all. She is one of the leaders of the conservative movement.
Frequency – about 11 posts per week


Hot Air

About Blog – is a famously cynical conservative blog which features commentary from celebrated bloggers Allahpundit and Ed Morrissey. celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and it’s fair to say the folks here have been conflicted about supporting Republican nominee Donald Trump, who they don’t consider conservative enough for their taste.
Frequency – about 117 posts per week


Talking Points Memo


About Blog – is a very smart liberal blog that believes in analyzing each issue methodically and objectively rather than shouting from the rooftops. This blog has been ahead of the mainstream media on a number of occasions, such as when it reported on a US Justice Department scandal in which Assistant US Attorneys were fired for entirely political reasons.
Frequency – about 350 posts per week


Washington, D.C.

About Blog – Red State was supposed to be the voice of the Republican Party, but in this crazy election, Editor-in-Chief Erick Erickson has decided to part ways with the GOP because of his opposition to the Republican nominee, Donald Trump. It still retains a plenty of support and serves as the voice of disgruntled Republicans frustrated by how events have turned out in 2016.
Frequency – about 175 posts per week – Politics news


About Blog – is an impartial political website with no political affiliation, which prides itself on standing out as an independent voice in a landscape where the norm is to nail your colours to the mast. Up to the minute UK politics news, features, view and analysis, plus guides, briefings and debate.
Frequency – about 7 posts per week



About Blog – RealClearPolitics is the trusted, non-partisan convener in a content-rich media environment, thoughtfully curating the best coverage from every angle of the day’s most critical issues. As a destination for elected officials, opinion leaders, and engaged citizens, RealClearPolitics provides a platform to elevate the best-of-the-best in journalism.
Frequency – about 350 posts per week



About Blog – European Politics, Policy, Government News. POLITICO covers the politics, policy and personalities of the European Union. With reporting assets across the Continent, POLITICO’s coverage includes video features, regular columns, photo galleries, cartoons and political forums.
Frequency – about 117 posts per week


Jihad Watch

About Blog – Exposing the role that Islamic jihad theology and ideology play in the modern global conflicts. You will see Here that they are made up largely of quotations from Islamic jihadists and the traditional Islamic sources to which they appeal to justify violence and terrorism. My work sheds light on what these sources say.
Frequency – about 88 posts per week

The Weekly Standard


About Blog – Edited by William Kristol and Fred Barnes, The Weekly Standard made its debut in 1995. The magazine’s all-star writers provide insightful commentary and original reporting on American politics and foreign affairs.
Frequency – about 1 posts per week

Coffee House – The Spectator


About Blog – Daily commentary on politics and current affairs In-depth analysis of the day’s news, plus stories and gossip from Westminster.
Frequency – about 70 posts per week

Latest from Crooks and Liars


About Blog – A progressive news blog focusing on political events and the news coverage of them.
Frequency – about 117 posts per week

Reddit – Political Discussion

San Francisco, CA

About Blog – Discussion about politics. Talk amongst yourselves. Politely and informatively.
Frequency – about 58 posts per week

Politics – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles, CA

About Blog – Essential political coverage from California and the presidential campaign, including in-depth commentary, analysis and election results.
Frequency – about 20 posts per week

HuffingtonPost – Politics

Washington, D.C.

About Blog – Follow American politics, keep up with the hottest political debates, and share your thoughts and opinions on the political news that matters to you.
Frequency – about 350 posts per week

Vox – Policy & Politics

About Blog – Vox is a popular liberal blog run by former Washington Post journalist, Ezra Klein. It features a number of popular personalities such as the author Matt Yglesias. The blog claims to be neutral, but has largely liberal sensibilities. It has some of the best content on public policy and economics that you will find online.
Frequency – about 58 posts per week

Politics blog | The Guardian


About Blog – The Guardian’s blog on politics, politicians and political news.
Frequency – about 7 posts per week

FiveThirtyEight – Politics

New York, NY

About Blog – FiveThirtyEight, created by Nate Silver, who is best known for election forecasts such as the 2012 presidential election in which FiveThirtyEight correctly predicted the vote winner of all 50 states. The site regularly publishes articles by creating or analyzing statistical information on a wide variety of topics in current politics news.
Frequency – about 20 posts per week

Washington Wire – Wall Street Journal

Washington, D.C.

About Blog – The Wall Street Journal’s home for politics, policy and national security news. Political Insight and Analysis From The Wall Street Journal Capital Bureau.
Frequency – about 31 posts per week

Opinion – The Telegraph

London, UK

About Blog – The best opinions, comments and analysis on Political issues from The Telegraph.
Frequency – about 14 posts per week

Mother Jones – Politics

About Blog – Investigative journalism, politics, chart-tastic, sometimes sarcastic. Mother Jones is a leading independent news organization, featuring investigative and breaking news reporting on politics. Winner of six National Magazine Awards and the Online News Association Award for Online Topical Reporting.
Frequency – about 24 posts per week

Salon – Politics

About Blog – Fiercely independent coverage of politics and power from Salon. Salon covers breaking news, politics, culture, technology and entertainment through investigative reporting, fearless commentary and criticism, and provocative personal essays.
Frequency – about 117 posts per week

Westminster blog

About Blog – Jim Pickard and Kiran Stacey share their views on the UK’s political scene for the Financial Times.

National Review Online

New York

About Blog – Leading conservative magazine and website covering news, politics, current events with detailed analysis and commentary.
Frequency – about 88 posts per week

Power Line

About Blog – is a hugely popular conservative blog run by a team of distinguished lawyers and academics – John H. Hinderaker, Scott W. Johnson, Paul Mirengoff and Steven Hayward. If you are looking for a passionate and incisive commentary on US politics, this is the place to be.
Frequency – about 70 posts per week

Center for Politics – University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA

About Blog – The Center for Politics, a nonpartisan unit of the University of Virginia, seeks to promote the value of politics and the importance of civic engagement. Government works better when politics works better, and politics works better when citizens are informed and involved participants.
Frequency – about 1 posts per week

AMERICAblog News – A great nation deserves the truth

New York City, NY

About Blog – AMERICAblog is one of America’s top political sites for news and commentary. AMERICAblog focuses on American and world politics from a progressive perspective, with a particular focus on civil rights.
Frequency – about 6 posts per week



About Blog – LabourList is the foremost independent blog for all things Labour, and a discussion platform for everything from the NHS to the EU. While taking a mostly centre-left position, LabourList encompasses a broad range of progressive views, providing analysis and commentary on news from Westminster, local government and the Labour party itself.
Frequency – about 58 posts per week

Left Foot Forward

United Kingdom

About Blog – Left Foot Forward is a political blog for progressives. We provide evidence-based analysis on British politics, news and policy developments.
Frequency – about 35 posts per week

The Hugh Hewitt Show


About Blog – Hugh Hewitt is a major voice in Conservative circles. He is an academic, a prominent lawyer and a nationally syndicated radio show host. He has served in the Reagan Administration and is a leading political commentator in the US. His opinions are always worth a read.
Frequency – about 20 posts per week


About Blog – Britain’s most read political blog and the best online resources for Betting on Politics.
Frequency – about 18 posts per week

Liberal Democrat Voice


About Blog – The most read independent Liberal Democrat website, this is a site run by and for Lib Dem members and activists. As well as keeping readers up to date with all the key political news, the site regularly polls its ‘members only’ section, giving a unique view of political events from a purely Lib-Dem perspective.
Frequency – about 32 posts per week

John Redwood’s Diary

Wokingham, Berkshire

About Blog – Incisive and topical campaigns and commentary on today’s issues and tomorrow’s
problem. Blog by John Redwood.
Frequency – about 9 posts per week

Political Research Associates


About Blog – Political Research Associates is a social justice think tank devoted to supporting movements that are building a more just and inclusive democratic society. We expose movements, institutions, and ideologies that undermine human rights.
Frequency – about 2 posts per week

Howey Politics Indiana

Indianapolis & Nashville, IN

About Blog – Politics Indiana, established in 1994, is one of the few subscriber-based journalism models that consistently earns a profit in an era where many publications and website content are given away to consumers expecting free content. Howey’s life-long passion for political science and history have fueled his entrepreneurial journalism career.
Frequency – about 11 posts per week

Intellectual Conservative

Phoenix, AZ

About Blog – Conservative and Libertarian Politics and Philosophy.
Frequency – about 10 posts per week

Douglas Carswell

Clacton-on-Sea, England

About Blog – Douglas is an optimist. He believes the world is getting better, and favours free markets, accountable government and individual liberty. Douglas helped found Vote Leave, the successful campaign to get Britain out of the EU. His book , The End of Politics and the Birth of iDemocracy, anticipated many of the changes that we are now seeing throughout the Western world.
Frequency – about 6 posts per week

Alastair Campbell


About Blog – Alastair John Campbell is a British journalist, broadcaster, political aide and author, best known for his work as Downing Street Press Secretary, followed by Director of Communications and Strategy, for prime minister Tony Blair.

Central American Politics


About Blog – Blog by Mike Allison. An Associate Professor & Chair, Political Science Dept, Education for Justice Coordinator at The Univ of Scranton. Former Fulbrighter to Guatemala, El Salvador, Shares his views on Politics.
Frequency – about 4 posts per week


Two Weeks Notice: A Latin American Politics Blog

Charlotte, NC

About Blog – I am Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I am also the editor of the academic journal The Latin Americanist.
Frequency – about 9 posts per week

French Politics

Cambridge, MA

About Blog – A blog about contemporary French politics by an American observer based at Harvard University’s Center for European Studies.
Frequency – about 5 posts per week

Alberta Liberal Party


About Blog – We seek to improve the system as we search for ways of improving the human condition. We are not afraid to initiate change. Without compromising our principles, our search for solutions is driven not by rigid ideology but by the question, “What is best?” We’re the Alberta Liberal Party, and we are here to stand up for you.
Frequency – about 2 posts per week

Politics Etc.

About Blog – Mainly politics posts from a former activist turned politics teacher, with a few “etc” additions. Former political activist who once enjoyed hovering round the fringes of political activity and now simply teaches it. Having been a Tory councillor and parliamentary candidate in the past, I’m now ‘non-aligned’, which doesn’t mean unopinionated!
Frequency – about 1 post per week

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