This is a list of webshites providing material that can be targeted by RationalWiki's snarkful analysis.
 Abandon all hope
- 4chan (http://www.4chan.org): If we need to explain this one to you, you haven't been on the Internet for long enough. Obviously NSFW. (Although compared to some of the seedier bits of Reddit, 4chan is positively civilized these days.)
- Conservapedia (http://conservapedia.com): This 'encyclopedia' has Young Earth creationism, radical right-wing weirdness, power trips, xenophobia, sexism -- the list is almost endless.
- Encyclopædia Dramatica (http://encyclopediadramatica.se): A NSFW 'encyclopedia' devoted entirely for unfunny trolling. Avoid staying for long, as your IQ will drop rapidly.
- Liberapedia (http://liberapedia.wikia.com): An embarrassing and badly-written attempt to parody Conservapedia. Be gentle with them.
- New World Encyclopedia (http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org): A Moonie encyclopedia.
- Tea Party Community (https://www.teapartycommunity.com/): A Facebook ripoff where rightwingers and teabaggers can preach to the choir.
- Accuracy in Media (http://www.aim.org).
- American Decency Association: (http://www.americandecency.org): Yet another anti-gay conservative Christian hate group trying to peddle an affable, friendly persona (à la Concerned Women for America, Focus on the Family, ETC...); this one places an emphasis on disparaging sexuality in the media.
- American Family Association (http://www.afa.net): Donald Wildmon's anti-LGBT, anti-sex media boycott machine, and the sponsor of the OneNewsNow propaganda site.
- American Thinker (http://www.americanthinker.com).
- The American View (http://www.theamericanview.com).
- Angry White Dude (http://angrywhitedude.com): A fat, vain Texan internet tough guy rants and raves about Obama, blacks, feminists, socialism and all the other stock conservative pet-peeves.
- AtlasShrugs.com (www.atlasshrugs.com): Despite the title, is not so much a Randroid website so much as the cornerstone of anti-Islamic hatred in America. Led by deranged blogger and SPLC-nominated hatemonger Pamela Geller.
- barbaracargill.com (http://www.barbaracargill.com).
- The Blaze (http://www.theblaze.com).
- Canada Free Press (http://canadafreepress.com): Because Canada has wingnuts too.
- Concerned Women for America (http://www.cwfa.org/main.asp).
- Eagle Forum (http://www.eagleforum.org): Phyllis Schlafly's blubbering blog.
- Family Security Matters (http://www.familysecuritymatters.org): A paranoid, jingoistic warmongering website that once advocated that George W. Bush nuke Iraq and proclaim himself president for life.
- Focus on the Family (http://www.focusonthefamily.com).
- Fox News (http://www.foxnews.com).
- Free Conservatives (http://www.conservativecave.com/index.php?topic=56370.0): A third wheel to FR and WND. Is now dead.
- Free Republic (http://www.freerepublic.com): WorldNetDaily's twin, in a more thread-like format; serves as basically a forum for die-hard supporters of the latest right-wing sensation, such as Glenn Beck.
- Freedom Outpost (http://freedomoutpost.com).
- GrasstopsUSA (http://www.grasstopsusa.com).
- Human Events (http://www.humanevents.com): An old right-wing rag gone online and a sister company of poison-pen politics publisher Regnery Publishing. Publishes the latest screeds of Newt Gingrich, Ann Coulter, Pat Buchanan, and even Chuck Norris.
- KeyWiki (http://keywiki.org).
- Libertarian Republican.net (http://www.libertarianrepublican.net): And a fourth wheel.
- Liberty Dwells (http://libertydwells.com).
- Media Research Center (http://www.mrc.org).
- Moonbattery (http://www.moonbattery.com): Could have been a good blog mocking really embarrassing liberals, but instead mostly flogs pseudoscience like global warming denial and idiotic wingnut obsessions about Obama playing golf and using a teleprompter. It exists solely to bash and demonize liberals, is rabidly homophobic, and makes WorldNetDaily look level-headed and rational in comparison.
- Rightly Concerned (http://www.afa.net/blogs/): A subsection of the American Family Association's website principally dedicated to the many opinions of card-carrying uber-douche Bryan Fischer. The fact that one of the other regular commentators is Chuck Norris should tell you everything you need to know.
- WorldNetDaily (http://www.worldnetdaily.com): Ravingly hateful and paranoid "news" and opinion site catering to the US far right as well as numerous advertisers of dubious products involving gold, weight loss, and seduction.
- Globalresearch.ca (http://www.globalresearch.ca): Anti-globalisation, anti-war news aggregator website which unfortunately loves them some conspiracy theory and can't resist indulging in various woo topics. An example of a left-conspiracist approach that can't, or won't, distinguish between serious analysis and discreditable junk, and so promotes both.
- RevLeft (http://www.revleft.com/vb).
- UK Indymedia (http://www.indymedia.org.uk) A great place for heartfelt paeans to rioting and arson.
- A Storehouse of Knowledge (http://www.astorehouseofknowledge.info): Conservapedia's slightly less gonzo, but no less wrong splinter wiki.
- Answers in Genesis (http://www.answersingenesis.org): One of the online creationism resources.
- Creation Ministries International (http://www.creation.com).
- Creation Science Evangelism (http://www.drdino.com ): Run by notorious tax fraudster and creationist Kent Hovind (at least until his incarceration, since then run by his son Eric).
- CreationWiki (http://creationwiki.org).
- Darwin's Predictions (http://www.darwinspredictions.com).
- Discovery Institute (http://www.discovery.org).
- Genesis Park (http://www.genesispark.com).
- The Kolbe Center for the Study of Creation (http://www.kolbecenter.org).
- Missing Universe Museum (http://missinguniversemuseum.com): Evolution isn't true because... humans aren't covered in lots of vestigial penises, and because... piles of Lego bricks don't assemble into houses when left on the table with the light on.
- Question Evolution! (http://questionevolution.blogspot.com.au).
- The American Vision (http://americanvision.org): Dominionism.
- Amightywind (http://www.amightywind.com): Rambling, sloppily-designed Pentecostal website with a section on UFOs and aliens.
- Beginning and End (http://beginningandend.com).
- Bible Life Ministries (http://www.biblelife.org): Promotes health woo in addition to the usual evangelist message.
- Capalert (http://www.capalert.com): Movie reviews by a fundie. Literally every single one except that for Mary Poppins is negative; and they include complaints about such things as "suggestive eye movements".
- Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights (http://www.catholicleague.org): Bill Donohue whinges about the non-existent anti-Catholic sentiment exhibited by anything and everything.
- Christopedia (http://christopedia.atwiki.com): A measly (and thankfully now-dead) pretender to Conservapedia's throne; what was really notable about this webshite were articles on race so horrific they might have made David Duke grimmace.
- Cutting Edge Ministries (http://www.cuttingedge.org).
- Fixedearth.com (http://www.fixedearth.com): Time Cube with a fundamentalist Christian spin.
- Jack Chick (http://www.chick.com): The infamous Christian cartoonist, complete with conspiracy theories and enough strawmen to make cowardly lions and tin men completely redundant.
- Jesus Is Savior (http://www.jesus-is-savior.com): Run by David J. Stewart, allegedly a child sex offender (see ) and neo-prohibitionist who bravely works to expose everything in the world as evil.
- Kent Hovind's blog from prison (http://www.cseblogs.com): Veers between ignorance, megalomania, and just plain weirdness.
- No Greater Joy (http://nogreaterjoy.org): Michael and Debi Pearl provide instructions on how to beat the disobedience out of your kids.
- Now the End Begins (http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/index.htm): Principally an end times fearmongering website positing that Obama is a Muslim poised to institute martial law, ETC, but it also contains everything from Jack-Chickian all-non-Christians-are-doomed-to-Hell preachery to stuff about secret government weather control projects to gun nuttery to stuff about Ray Kurzweil and the Singularity among other things.
- Peace by Jesus (http://www.peacebyjesus.com): Mid-90s style site with excessive use of multiple colors and Comic Sans.
- Plugged-In Online (http://www.pluggedin.com).
- Presidential Prayer Team (http://www.presidentialprayerteam.com): Seems to be as much "support the troops" jerks and George W. Bush jerks as Jesus freaks. Mark Twain's ‘’War Prayer’’ applies here.
- Rapture Letters (http://www.raptureletters.com): As if leaving your nearest and dearest behind when the Rapture comes isn't bad enough, now you can send them a smarmy letter, gloating about how great life in Heaven is, while they suffer the torments of the damned.
- Rapture Ready (http://raptureready.com): A psychotically-paranoid echo chamber of rapture believers encouraging each other to be mentally ill.
- Society for the Practical Establishment and Perpetuation of the TEN COMMANDMENTS (http://www.tencommandments.org).
- Support Christian Porn (http://www.televictim.com/christianporn.html): Pornograhpy the way Jesus intended. Our minds are blown. Poe or the real thing? You be the judge.
- The Way of the Master (http://wayofthemaster.com): Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort's evangelist show and home of the banana fallacy.
- Calltoislam (http://calltoislam.com).
- Harun Yahya (http://www.harunyahya.com): One of the more well-known Muslim creationists. Once included a fishing lure in a "natural history" book.
- Islamic Awakening (http://www.islamicawakening.com): The forum deserves a special mention for the sheer amount of bloodlust.
- Islamophobia Watch (http://www.islamophobia-watch.com): Not strictly a Muslim site, but apparently dedicated to defending any and all Muslims from criticism no matter how nutty they are.
- Muslims Against Crusades (http://www.muslimsagainstcrusades.com): Now banned, and probably back under another yet another new name.
In the past, RationalWiki has avoided linking to racist sites. Although there is no fixed policy, we err on the side of caution. If you must see them, and they're not linked from the articles below, Google them by name and read the cached versions of the pages.
- American Nazi Party (www.americannaziparty.com).
- Anglo-Saxon Foundation (www.englisc-gateway.com): A forum of hardline English nationalists—which sounds straightforward, except in practice they're far, far weirder than that.
- Aryan Nations (www.aryan-nation.org).
- Aryan Wear (www.aryanwear.com): Sells neo-Nazi books, clothing, collectibles, DVDs and flags. Is currently having a 25% off Hitler's birthday sale. Thanks, but no thanks.
- AssataShakur.org (www.assatashakur.org): For a change of pace, try these anti-white black supremacists. You get all the incoherency of Time Cube while you're at it.
- British National Party (www.bnp.org.uk): "God save the Führer!"
- Chimpout.com (www.chimpout.com): No neo-Nazism, white nationalism or neo-confederate cloggery; just the plain old bashing of blacks for the sake of the bashing of blacks.
- Counter-Currents Publishing (www.counter-currents.com): One of the books it sells is titled "The Homo and the Negro". 'Nuff said.
- DixieNet.Org (www.dixienet.org): The League of the South's official webshite.
- European Union Times (www.eutimes.net): No, it's not a newspaper, even if some people think so. Neither is it European.
- Institute for Historical Review (www.ihr.org): Try to guess the one part of history this organization has any interest whatsoever in "reviewing"...
- Jew Watch (www.jewwatch.com): The place to go if you want to watch some Jews.
- The Knights Party (www.kkk.com): Fancy some Ku Klux Klan T-shirts and a television show? No, neither do we.
- Metapedia (www.metapedia.org): Wikipedia as written by neo-nazis.
- The National Alliance (www.natvan.com).
- National Socialist Movement (www.nsm88.org): Nazi party webshite.
- Newsnet 14 (www.newsnet14.com).
- Niggermania (www.niggermania.com): Chimpout's brother-in-arms.
- Occidental Dissent (www.occidentaldissent.com).
- Political Vel Craft: Promotes various brands of bigotry, though primarily anti-Semitism.
- Stormfront (www.stormfront.org): The quintessential white nationalist online sinkhole.
- Vanguard News Network (www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com).
- VDARE (www.vdare.com): Peter Brimelow's more-than-just-borderline-racist ‘editorial collective’ and one-stop “let's hate on the Mexicans” webshite.
- Whitehonor.com (www.whitehonor.com).
- Youth for Western Civilization (www.westernyouth.org).
- American Family Association (http://www.afa.net): Bravely fighting the homosexual agenda since 1977!
- Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (http://www.aftah.org): Depending on your definition of "truth".
- GodHatesFags (http://www.godhatesfags.com): The flagship website of Fred Phelps and the Westboro Baptist Church. Contains such delightful accoutrements as a counter keeping track of how many days Matthew Shepard has been in Hell.
- Mission: America (http://www.missionamerica.com).
 MRAs, MGTOWs, PUAs, Nice Guys/Incels/AFCs
- Boycott American Women (http://boycottamericanwomen.blogspot.com.au): "American women are fat entitled baby-killing whores, marry a submissive oriental lotus blossom instead", ETC...
- Chateau Heartiste (http://heartiste.wordpress.com). Not to be outdone by Roosh, Roissy spits on any woman who doesn't look like a supermodel, marry at 16, and dedicate her life to licking her husband's boots as somehow a violation of evolutionary principles; and that's not even going into the occasional thinly-veiled white nationalism.
- COTWA (http://www.cotwa.info). MRA website dedicated to blaming rape victims, portraying all victims who fail to successfully prosecute rapists as liars, as well as generally trying to give the impression that false rape claims are extremely fething common. Moved to this blog after being listed as a hate site by the SPLC.
- Dalrock (http://dalrock.wordpress.com).
- The Elusive Wapiti (http://elusivewapiti.blogspot.com.au).
- God Hates Feminists (http://godhatesfeminists.com): About as misogynistic as you can get; contains lots and lots of Bible verses, most with seemingly little relevance to what the author’s talking about.
- Hawaiian libertarian (http://hawaiianlibertarian.blogspot.com.au).
- HenryMakow.com (http://www.henrymakow.com): A whiny MRA crossbred with a paranoid conspiracy theorist. Feminism is a scheme on the part of Masonic/Communist/Satanic forces spearheaded by the Rockefeller Foundation to destroy society.
- Love-shy.com (http://www.love-shy.com): "You fucking women had better date me, or I'll fucking cut your throats!"
- MGTOW Forums (http://www.mgtowforums.com).
- The Misandry Bubble (http://www.singularity2050.com/2010/01/the-misandry-bubble.html?cid=6a00d83452455969e20148c6d82cfe970c): An epic length treatise by a Singularitarian known as "The Futurist" that reveals the vast feminazi conspiracy to destroy men and Western civilization as we know it!
- /r/MensRights (http://www.reddit.com/r/MensRights).
- Return Of Kings (http://www.returnofkings.com): Roosh's second, more politically-oriented blog.
- RooshV (http://www.rooshv.com): A particularly nasty, vicious PUA blog. The owner claims that women who deign not to wear high heels are worthless and that a man is not a real man unless he has sex with as many different women as possible.
- The Spearhead (http://www.the-spearhead.com): Feminists and manginas beware! Here's a taste of what you can expect.
- A Voice for Men (http://www.avoiceformen.com): The flagship website of the men's rights movement does itself no favors by classifying ordinary, harmless feminists alongside female serial killers and child molesters.
- What Men Are Saying About Women (http://whatmenthinkofwomen.blogspot.com.au).
- The World According to Bob (http://bobstruth.blogspot.com/2006/12/manly-men.html): "According to Bob", a real man is one who congratulates his neighbor for beating his wife; for he was merely asserting his rightful dominance. Did we mention he believes raped women should enjoy the free sex?
- Cherryblossomlife (http://cherryblossomlife.com): One of the radfemsphere main players. Appears to vaguely subscribe to nature woo and chemophobia.
- Femitheist Reborn (http://femitheistreborn.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-power-of-truth-and-will.html): Known as Divine Femitheist prior to a faked suicide; this strawfeminist is so hilariously, stereotypically over-the-top she makes the ones from Radfem Hub look like Princess Peach. Has attained fame on YouTube and FSTDT, but is probably a troll.
- Femonade (http://factcheckme.wordpress.com).
- Twanzphobic Since Forever (http://twanzphobic.wordpress.com): Most radical feminist websites devote 70 to 80% of their bandwith to shitting on transwomen. This one devotes 100% of it.
- Ladies Against Feminism (http://www.ladiesagainstfeminism.com).
- The Thinking Housewife (http://www.thinkinghousewife.com/wp): A male conservative douche pretends to be a woman so he can tell women to get back in the kitchen and make their husbands sandwiches.
- Unmasking Feminism (http://unmaskingfeminism.wordpress.com).
- The Woman and the Dragon (http://thewomanandthedragon.wordpress.com).
 Global-warming denialists
- Climate Audit (http://climateaudit.org): Run by Steve McIntyre.
- Climate Depot (http://www.climatedepot.com): Run by Marc Morano, climate denial with a heavy dose of wingnuttery.
- CO2 Science (http://www.co2science.org): Run by the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change.
- Fumento.com (http://www.fumento.com): Run by Michael Fumento.
- Junk Science (http://www.junkscience.com): Run by Steve Milloy.
- LOLWUWT (http://wattsupwiththat.com): Run by Anthony Watts (warning: Al Gore jokes).
- Tim Ball's webshite (http://drtimball.com): Climate denial with a side of religion, half-assed philosophy, and occasional creationism.
- Any of Andrew Breitbart's webshites: http://breitbart.com, http://biggovernment.com , http://bighollywood.com , http://breitbart.tv , http://bigjournalism.com.
- Drudge Report (http://www.drudgereport.com).
- Evolution News (http://www.evolutionnews.org).
- Instapundit (http://www.instapundit.com).
- Michelle Malkin (http://www.michellemalkin.com).
- NewsBusters (http://newsbusters.org):
Does have some good content, but only justThe global warming denial and support for creationists doesn't help any.
- NewsReal Blog (http://newsrealblog.com): David Horowitz's webshite.
- RedState (http://www.redstate.com): Eric Erickson's webshite.
- Torah Philosophy (http://www.torahphilosophy.com).
- Uncommon Descent, ala William Dembski (http://www.uncommondescent.com).
- Vox Popoli (http://www.voxday.blogspot.com.au): Vox Day's little well of self-important narcissism where he posts pretentious screeds attacking atheists, arguing that women should be kicked out of universities to serve as baby factories, and promoting Austrian economics, creationism, climate denial and other assorted wingnuttery.
 Alternative medicine and other quackery
- Age of Autism (http://www.ageofautism.com): Autism pseudoscience and vaccine hysteria.
- Alexchiu.com (http://alexchiu.com/index.htm): Sells magical rings that make you immortal.
- Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (http://www.aapsonline.org): The principle mouthpiece for wingnut opinions regarding medicine. Contains opposition to universal healthcare, advocation for the total deregulation of the pharmaceutical industry, and anti-vaccine hysteria.
- Crystalinks (http://www.crystalinks.com).
- CureZone (http://www.curezone.com): A site set up as an altmed echo chamber for people who fear scientific medicine.
- Doctors Health Press (http://www.doctorshealthpress.com).
- DrCarly.com (http://www.drcarley.com): Vaccine hysteria.
- H2Om (http://www.h2omwater.com): Water woo.
- HeartAndBodyExtract (http://www.heartandbody.com).
- Hpathy (http://www.hpathy.com).
- Joseph Mercola (http://www.mercola.com): Home of the eponymous uber-quack.
- Kryon (http://www.kryon.com). Lee Carroll's website; channelling, DNA and magnet-related woo.
- NaturalNews (http://www.naturalnews.com): Home of other uber-quack Mike Adams.
- Psychetruth (http://www.psychetruth.net).
- Silverlungs.com (http://www.silverlungs.com): Colloidal silver.
- Trepan (http://trepan.com) : Advocates trepanation, or the theraputic drilling of the human skull to "improve brain function." The founder of the organization behind trepan.com, Peter Halvorson, drilled a hole in his own skull with a power tool and found happiness. Uh huh. At least the background music is relaxing.
- TruthHealthFacts.com (http://www.truehealthfacts.com).
- Wiki4CAM (http://www.wiki4cam.org).
- WikiSynergy (http://www.wikisynergy.com).
 Alien aficionados
- Alien-UFO-Research (http://alien-ufo-research.com).
- Echoes of Enoch (http://www.echoesofenoch.com): Biblical explanations for alien abductions and other paranormal phenomena.
- The Nibiruan Council (http://www.nibiruancouncil.com): Stargates, lion people, recoding your DNA... please, God, let this be a parody.
- Truthism.com (http://truthism.com): Pretty typical "you're a brainwashed sheep" webshite with the usual stuff about reptilians, Masonic imagery in the media, the Abydos helicopter and the Hollow Earth.
- UFO Evidence (http://www.ufoevidence.org): There's plenty of 'evidence' to check out here.
- Universe People (http://www.universe-people.com): The seizure-inducing webshite of the eponymous Czech UFO cult. Slide upon slide of incomprehensible new-agey rambling about angels, Jesus, love and saurians. Could give Time Cube a run for its money.
These sites tend to go well beyond conspiracies into one-stop nuttery shopping. Here is where you may find besides the conspiracy theories: Christian and New Age woo side by side, anti-Semitism and seeming opposition to same on the same site, alt-meds, UFOs, cryptozoology and those all-knowing lizard people.
- Above Top Secret (http://www.abovetopsecret.com).
- Anything Alex Jones has touched - specifically Infowars (http://infowars.com), Jones Report (http://jonesreport.com) and Prison Planet (http://prisonplanet.com): New World Order, vaccine hysteria, and every conspiracy theory under the sun.
- American Holocaust (http://americanholocaustcoming.blogspot.com.au).
- Before It's News (http://beforeitsnews.com).
- David Icke.com (http://www.davidicke.com): Wake up, sheeple! The world is being controlled by shape-shifting alien
jewslizards from the 4th dimension! The moon is a hollowed-out planetoid from which reality is being projected! Secret passages in Masonic lodges lead to the Hollow Earth! WOOOOOOOH!
- Educate Yourself (http://educate-yourself.org): Every nutter thing in the book: colloidal silver, chemtrails, the New World Order, and vaccine hysteria, to being the last people on earth to continue to defend Lauren Stratford. Also has an article entitled "Prevent Alien/Demonic Attacks". Oh, and quantum; did we mention the quantum in at least 54 different articles?
- Godlike Productions (http://www.godlikeproductions.com).
- The Intel Hub (http://www.theintelhub.com): More of the same.
- Justify Theory (http://justifytheory.blogspot.com.au): Apparently, the logo of the Monster Energy drink brand represents the number 666, and is therefore proof that Satanists/Masons/the Illuminati rule the world.
- Mad Cow Tourist Info (http://www.madcowtouristinfo.com): Can you say "schizophrenia"? This website contains hundreds of pages by a woman claiming to have visited England and had her asthma inhaler somehow infected with BSE by government agents. She cured herself with herbs, and then went out trying to track down what happened. Reading the story (which has been going for 13 years) is like watching a thriller movie. Everyone’s in on it, and they’re all out to get her. Oh, and apparently Prince William is trying to seduce her.
- Media Exposed (http://mediaexposed.tumblr.com).
- No Matter What ... it always boils down to ... (http://beyondtheriversofethiopia.blogspot.com.au): The usual Jack Chickian/Henry Makowian stuff. Illuminati/Masonic/Satanic conspiracies, racism (especially anti-Semitism) and gun-nuttery.
- Pravda.ru (http://english.pravda.ru).
- Reality 101 (http://reality101blog.blogspot.com.au).
- Rense (http://www.rense.com): Jeff Rense's webshite. It's like a slightly (huge emphasis on slightly) saner version of Whale.to. Mostly concentrates on conspiracy theories of the Illuminati/NWO/Jewish type, but also a big source of alt-woo, and just woo in general.
- Truther.org (http://truthernews.wordpress.com).
- The Truthseeker (http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk).
- The Unhived Mind (http://theunhivedmind.com/wordpress2).
- Vigilant Citizen (http://vigilantcitizen.com): Dedicated to hyper-analyzing supposed Illuminati/New World Order symbolism within popular culture. Puts a special, extremely creepy emphasis on attempting to prove that every female pop star ever is a mind-controlled sex slave.
- What Really Happened (http://whatreallyhappened.com): Mostly conspiracy nuts, but also some woo and anti-Semitism mixed in for good measure.
- Whale.to (http://whale.to): Best known as a site promoting various alt-med conspiracy theories, this is more of a maelstrom of lunacy.
 Randroids and Austrian schoolers
- The Atlas Society (http://www.atlassociety.org).
- Ayn Rand Institute (http://www.aynrand.org/site/PageServer?pagename=index).
- Ludwig von Mises Institute (http://mises.org): So fanatically libertarian it doesn't merely engage in global warming denialism and gold buggery; it defends Ebeneezer Scrooge and extols Somalia as a utopia!
- Objectivism Online (http://www.objectivismonline.net).
- Rants & Reason (http://chevymo.blogspot.com/2011/01/what-is-required-for-free-society.html?spref=tw): If Ayn Rand and Gene Ray had a daughter…
 Survivalists and doomsday-preppers
- American Preppers Network (http://americanpreppersnetwork.com).
- December212012.com (http://www.december212012.com/index.shtml): 2012 Apocalypse and Planet X/Nibiru fearmongering. Is still online, in spite of the fact that, well, you know...
- The Economic Collapse Blog (http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com): Survivalist wingnuttery, constant predictions of impending doom, failing at basic economics, paranoia, gold buggery, it's all here.
- Martial Law Survival (http://www.martiallawsurvival.com): A plug for a book by a purported former soldier and political advisor "revealing" how the US government is soon going to institute martial law and lock tax protestors and abortion opponents up in FEMA concentration camps, as well as what said persons can do to prepare.
- Northeast PA Polar Shift Preparedness Site (http://www.nepanewsletter.com/polar.html): The world as we know it will end next year with the shifting of the magnetic poles and only a few people in Pennsylvania know. The N.E.P.A. website may help you prepare and will also explain crop circles.
- The Survival Zone (http://www.thesurvivalzone.com).
 Sometimes shameful
- Citizendium (http://en.citizendium.org/wiki/Welcome_to_Citizendium): Initially a well-intentioned effort to trump wikipedia that requiried the authors of its articles to actually be certified experts on the subjects in question, it promptly became a mouthpiece for pseudoscience promoters and has floundered ever since.
- Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com): Arianna Huffington's site has a lot of good news and political content, albeit with an annoying tendency toward progressive orthodoxy (read: U.S. Democratic Party) despite Arianna's having supported Ralph Nader in 2000. On the other hand, the site is full of alt-med woo and New Age nuttery, and the occasional vaccine denialism. Read selectively.
- Lew Rockwell (http://www.lewrockwell.com): Libertarian-flavored wingnuttery. Also runs columns by Ron Paul, Joseph Mercola, and Gary North. Lots of woo and general craziness as well: Creationism, Christian dominionism, global warming denial, diet woo, quackery, gold buggery, anti-vaccine, 9/11 conspiracy, raw milk, and Neo-Confederate rants. Runs frequent good columns (they're hardcore anti-war, critical of the culture of militarism rampant in the U.S., pro-drug legalization, anti-airport security and police overkill, etc.) and several columnists whom one might agree with almost always. The problem is all that good writing is side by side with the likes of neo-Confederates, Christian fundies and all that woo. Read selectively or just visit Antiwar.com where you can get the good content minus the baggage.
- Reason (http://www.reason.com): "Free minds and free markets", plays the moderate cosmopolitan libertarian counter to Lew Rockwell's radical paleo-libertarianism. Like Rockwell, makes a point of standing on principle and so both Rockwell and Reason are largely devoid of the corporate astroturf that dominates other so-called libertarian sites. Unlike Rockwell, Reason is pro-choice, pro-gay etc. and doesn't hold much truck for quacks, Christian fundamentalists, and woo-meisters. Not without serious problems of its own: chief among them a tendency to veer into neoconservatism, and another being the open comments format is a hive of nastiness.
- TV Tropes (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/HomePage): Generally very funny and insightful; just try to stay abreast of the flame wars, childish antics of people who have nothing better to do then hate fandoms and the psychotic mods.
 Not fitting anywhere else
- Against Xritos (http://www.angelfire.com/folk/anticristos/antixristos.html): If "I Am the Walrus" were a website, it would be this. There's numerology, something to do with how cherubs are painted, asian ladies' faces, that Jesus should be Christov not Christ, and then baphomet... and transgender... judaism... yin-yang? Wisconsin? Allah? Goo-goo-g'joob!
- Altar of Unholy Blasphemy (http://www.anus.com/altar/index.html): An anti-Christian hate site.
- Cassiopaea (http://cassiopaea.org): Laura Knight Jadczyk's webshite. Seems to principally revolve around something called the "Cassiopaean Experiment" which involves channelling entities (aliens? our future selves?) of the same name. Also contains barely-comprehensible articles about 9/11, the New World Order, JFK, the 2012 Apocalypse, the Holy Grail and "psychopaths" among other things.
- Daily Mail (http://www.dailymail.co.uk): AKA the Daily Fail or Daily Hate Mail, tabloid trash mixed with various knee-jerk wingnuttery and science woo.
- Fables of an Adjacent Reality (http://fablesofadjacentreality.com). Geez, how can this one even be described? It's... this page... full of cartoon images... which link to other pages... containing rambling pseudo-philosophical screeds about various contemporary societal issues such as the death penalty and the prospect of alien life... which in turn link to even more pages. Don't even bother trying to make sense of it. Could be a Poe.
- The Flat Earth Society (http://www.theflatearthsociety.org)
- The Freedom Association (http://www.tfa.net/the_freedom_association/2010/02/brighton-tea-party.html): The British equivalent of the Tea Party crowd!
- Haig Report (http://haigreport.com/index.php): Some Australian guy rants about the University of Queensland, the police, feminism, Coles and mercury poisoning among other things. The web design suggests he might have ate a kaleidoscope and vomitted on his computer monitor, and he nothing less than confesses to possessing a skull deformity.
- I Am the Tea Party Leader (http://www.iamtheteapartyleader.com): A Tea Party blog.
- Kids and Teens for Satan (http://www.angelfire.com/empire/serpentis666/Kids.html): No, REALLY.
- The Local Group (http://www.localgroup.net): Page after page of novel length discussion of immortality virii, how to make millions and what the Illuminati really are. Pure whackadoodle.
- Movieguide (http://www.movieguide.org): Christian "pro-family", "pro-life", anti-gay, and whatnot film reviews, and whining about the Hollywood agenda.
- Nambla.org (www.nambla.org): The webshite of the North American Man/Boy Love Association. We sure as fuck aren't about to link you to this!
- Newton's Equation Solved Wrong for 350 Years U Tube (http://www.scribd.com/doc/24139150/Newton-s-Equation-Solved-Wrong-for-350-Years-U-Tube): A Time Cube-esque dissertation by a guy named Joe Nahhas arguing something to the effect of all physics of the past 350 years being wrong, with the obligatory use of different colors for every sentence. In his words: "I am Joe Nahhas discovered at age 15 in summer of 1973 that all of physics for past 350 years is mathematically solved in event time or lab time and later these same events will look different if measured in real time and will have different values and what we see later in real time will not be what started." Um, uh-huh.
- Quantonics (http://www.quantonics.com/index.html#Essence): Homepage of a new form of economics that is based on quantum... something-something. Holograms... Keynesian is evil... destroy the fed... Oh, hell, we don't know.
- Riding the Tiger: (http://www.ridingthetiger.org/). "A guide to survival in turbulent times". In reality, a radical traditionalist website. Articles defending monarchism and Juche, and against democracy. Seriously, the most pressing threats in the world include...Esperanto and Baha'i?
- Robert W. Felix's webshites: (http://www.iceagenow.com and http://www.evolutionaryleaps.com): Everything is caused by magnetic fields and cosmic rays. Vast amounts of pseudoscience, woo, and conspiracy theories.
- Stuff Eurasian Males Like (http://stuffeurasianslike.wordpress.com): Being the son of white male/Asian female interracial couple is like being Joseph Merrick. Such couples oughta be ashamed to have conceived!
- Time Cube (http://www.timecube.com): The jewel of the clogosphere. Perhaps the craziest and most incoherent website ever created. A severe paranoid schizophrenic rambles on for pages and pages and pages about time being cubic and the Earth undergoing four simultaneous 24 hour days during a single axial rotation. Or something. If you only read one of websites listed here, read this one. It's much, much funnier than we made it sound just now.
- War on You (http://waronyou.com/forums): A forum made of people so crazy they were rejected from the Alex Jones forums.
- Webmaster of the Internet (http://taking-over-the-internet.com): Has something to do with, er, parents creating children for the purpose of dying and not telling them, and, er, Google's Adsense commercials for diamond rings funding immortality research, but beyond that is completely indechipherable.
 Also access
- Poe's Law: Lists some parody webshites.
- List of Internet kooks: A fair bit of overlap with this list, although it covers a few of the greats of flamewars past as well.
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