The constant reference to Limbaugh, Hannity & Beck by the IHOP kid & the Doc makes one believe they watch them more than some of us. I can honestly say I never listened to Beck though I'm going to read a book he recommended called " A Patriot's History of the US", have read a book by Hannity & find him a Pseudo-Conservative, listen to Rush occasionally & find him informative if he is on his "A" game which does not happen all the time & have watched O'Reilly, read one of his books & find him a buffoon.
But that begs the question of what people do read - in the early 60's I read the WSJ & Barry Goldwater's book "Conscience of a Conservative". It was & is a good book. Today National Review, Imprimis, American Spectator & Forbes are on my "A" list. I like the fact that in all cases their writing is high quality (some of you lefty's who post might take note, it's hard to take someone who posts as an illiterate seriously ). I have also done the New Yorker, love their cartoons but no longer subscribe, as it got me on some mailing lists I did not want.
I also belong to the Heritage Foundation as I find their Libertarian articles thought provoking.
I am a big fan of Dr. Thomas Sowell & will pass this site on:
This info was courtesy of a friend of a friend - On this site there is also an "A" list of authors, some of whom I've read. Michael Barone, George Gilder, Mona Charen's columns are some I'm most familiar with.
I presently have "The Israel Test" by Gilder on order from the library.
Along with a lot of personal experience (I was born before FDR took office) I'm of the opinion that if we listened to people who know what they are talking about many of the issues we face as a country could be solved .
I invite others to share what they find interesting !