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Leaving Drudge
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I've finally decided that I will no longer be using DrudgeReport as my primary new source. I have used Drudge for over 20 years, and is my opening page on Opera. But I am changing it tonight, as soon as I compare several other news sources.

I'm just fed up with his direction, and what he uses for his main topics. I'm currently using Conservapedia.com and their listings of right wing news sites.

Does anyone else have a favorite they are using?

John
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I've done the same, it doesn't make sense why he did a 180 on the News.
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My main news source is now NewsMax: https://www.newsmax.com/

It is also available on Comcast - but for some reason does not show up on the Comcast Cable guide. On my Comcast it is a few clicks up from Fox News.

I still keep Drudge up to check in on British water-skiing budgerigars.
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(10-17-2020, 10:51 AM)WmLambert Wrote: My main news source is now NewsMax: https://www.newsmax.com/
I still keep Drudge up to check in on British water-skiing budgerigars.

Pete's a Purty-Purty-Purty-Purty-Bird.
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(10-17-2020, 01:43 PM)John L Wrote:
(10-17-2020, 10:51 AM)WmLambert Wrote: My main news source is now NewsMax: https://www.newsmax.com/
I still keep Drudge up to check in on British water-skiing budgerigars.

Pete's a Purty-Purty-Purty-Purty-Bird.

Actually, John, my little pun was from J.K. Rowling, when Harry was trying to listen to the news to find out about Voldemort, and nothing was newsworthy. It was the water-skiing Budgerigar that drove him over the edge.
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(10-17-2020, 07:49 PM)WmLambert Wrote:
(10-17-2020, 01:43 PM)John L Wrote:
(10-17-2020, 10:51 AM)WmLambert Wrote:
My main news source is now NewsMax: https://www.newsmax.com/
I still keep Drudge up to check in on British water-skiing budgerigars.

Pete's a Purty-Purty-Purty-Purty-Bird.

Actually, John, my little pun was from J.K. Rowling, when Harry was trying to listen to the news to find out about Voldemort, and nothing was newsworthy. It was the water-skiing Budgerigar that drove him over the edge.

Yes, I know.  I looked up the word and its the same word for parakeet. 

We used to have one in Alaska, and his name was "Pete" the Parakeet.  And he loved to churp "Pete's a Purty, purty, bird". Pete was one horney little fellow, and mom loved to let him get into her hair, where he'd start making love to her hairy head.  He'd get so worked up that Mom could slowly reach up and hold him.  Of course, as soon as he'd come out of his sexual stuper, he's go nuts trying to get away from her.  S13
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