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The Weekly Standard is a conservative political opinion magazine founded in 1995.
The magazine was founded in 1995 by conservative analyst Bill Kristol and was owned by Rupert Murdoch‘s News Corp. until 2009, when it was sold to Clarity Media Group, which is owned by conservative billionaire Philip Anschutz. The Standard has been highly influential within the conservative movement, though its place has become less certain during the late 2000s.
Newsweek is a newsweekly magazine that was once the second-largest newsweekly in the United States. The magazine is owned by IBT Media, owners of the International Business Times. It has gone through several owners in recent years: The site had been bought from The Washington Post Co. in 2010 by Sidney Harman, who quickly merged it…