Try QubeTV, the conservative's answer to YouTube.
I've been browsing the site, and found a few gems, including
Great Moments in Democratic Extremism.Keep checking back on QubeTV. I'm guessing that it's going to change politics as we know it.
The banned Hillary Clinton "Apple" ad, that got a Obama staffer fired.
Which Wins? German Engineering or Muslim Technology?
Not sure where candidates stand on the ISSUES? Here's Tom Tancredo (who, BTW, I favor at this time)
Imagine a World without America, put together by - I'm astonished - the Brits.
Michelle Malkin's "First They Came" video
Compares coverage of John Bolton, with his alleged problems with Anger Management, to media coverage of Bill Clinton.
Major take-down of Obama and his wife's financial dealings.
Isn't it funny - when liberals feel their viewpoint is being crowded out - they use their clout to kick out those they disapprove of - that process we used to call "censorship". When conservatives feel their viewpoint is not being heard - they start up a new service - or network. Which of those choices respects democracy more?