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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.
The Houston Chronicle is a daily newspaper owned by Hearst Corp. It is the second-largest newspaper in Texas and 13th-largest in the U.S., with 370,961 in combined print and online daily circulation as of 2014. The Chronicle’s online operation has been praised for its innovation. A 2006 study conducted by NYU professor Jay Rosen named…