The following are links to various websites that I find useful or of interest. Please let me know if any links are no longer valid. This page is a work in progress.
Wicca / General Paganism:
The Witches Voice, http://www.witchvox.com/ : A clearinghouse for pagans worldwide. Mostly comprised of hippy-drippy anti-conservative we-(still)-hate-Bush sentiments, there are occasionally posts of interest to those on or investigating the pagan path. Not necessarily recommended, but unavoidable for it's relevant global content and services for the community which it supports.
Wicca for the Rest of Us, http://wicca.timerift.net/ : Perhaps my favourite Wiccan web page. While I may have some small disagreements with the author on a few minor issues (do any two Wiccans really agree on anything?), she is by far one of the most lucid and respectable representatives of Wicca that I have found. Well grounded and prone to the use of reason, she is that antithesis of the majority of other Wiccan sites. Heartily recommended, particularly for those unfamiliar with Wicca.
Gerald Gardner, http://www.geraldgardner.com/ : A website dedicated to the founder of Wicca, Gerald B. Gardner. Tons of interesting information concerning the "Father of Wicca" can be found here.
Raymond Buckland, http://www.raybuckland.com/ : Seax-Wica is not exactly the path I follow, and Mr. Buckland is oft-criticized as a fluffy bunny, but his contribution to the export and subsequent development of Wicca are undeniable. Aside of that, I happen to appreciate his amiable demeanor.
Maxine Sanders, http://www.maxinesanders.co.uk/ : Maxine seems to stick to some of the loopier elements of hippy era Wicca. Regardless, along with Janet Farrar she is undoubtedly one of the gutsiest and most beautiful of the early representatives of the fledgeling religion, very much worthy of respect.
Raven Grimassi, http://www.ravengrimassi.net/ : Author and promoter of Stregherian witchcraft, Raven has produced a substantial amount of literature for the Wiccan community. On occasion some of it is hit or miss, but all is very much worth the read. A heck of a nice guy, from the little interaction I have had with him.
Deborah Lipp, http://www.deborahlipp.com/ : Her book Elements of Ritual is, in my opinion, required reading. Aside of a few loopy-lefty tendencies, she is usually somewhat solid. I blame her lapses into liberalism on her ex-husband, the both radically retarded and established pagan scholar, Isaac Bonewits. Hit or miss, but I still like her for the insights she has provided in my own development.
Doreen Valiente, http://doreenvaliente.com/ : If Gerald Gardner is the Father of Wicca, then Doreen Valiente is certainly the Mother. In fact, given the predisposition for feminism, many Wiccans give much higher regard for Valiente than Gardner. Worth checking out.
Teampall Na Callaighe, http://www.callaighe.com/ : The website of Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone. Like Maxine Sanders, Janet and Co. tend to stick to some of the hippy idealism and perspectives. Aside of that however, there is no doubt that she and her former husband (later along with Gavin) have made incredible contributions to the promotion and development of Wicca. And who can deny that the early images of Janet were not the quintisential embodiment of the Goddess?
News / Politics:
Fox News, http://www.foxnews.com/ : Forget the distorted chants of hatred from the radical left, if you want your news with intelligence and integrity, then Fox News is your only mainstream choice...period. News for thinking grown-ups.
Drudge Report, http://www.drudgereport.com/ : Spartan in appearance, Matt Drudge keeps us up to date with the latest scoops.
National Review Online, http://www.nationalreview.com/ : Continuing the legacy of WFB with the finest in conservative punditry, NRO is essential reading.
Neal Boortz, http://boortz.com/ : A no nonsense libertarian talk show host. There are a few hot buttons for me that he can manage to push, but in the grand scheme of things this man is required reading (listening) for any intelligent political discussion. Libertarianism at its finest.
WNIS, http://www.wnis.com/index2.shtml : WNIS 790AM radio in the Norfolk / Virginia Beach area. Listen to the station live via the internet. My lifeline to sanity for years.
Big Government, http://biggovernment.com/ : Breaking news exposing a government out of control.
Steyn Online, http://www.marksteyn.com/ : Rising political pundit superstar and NRO contributor, Mark Steyn is becoming the standard for intelligent political discussion.
The Fred Thompson Show, http://fredthompsonshow.com/ : The home page of the man I wanted to see follow GWB as President. Includes full episodes of ex-Senator Fred Thompson.
Red State Witch, http://www.redstatewitch.com/ : An island of sanity and reason in the raging sea of emotional Pagan ignorance. The name speaks for itself.
Hookers and Booze, http://www.hookersandbooze.com/ : C'mon...the namesake alone should spark intense interest. Good stuff by right minded folk.
Media Research Center, http://www.mrc.org/ : Organization devoted to the study of media bias.
Big Hollywood, http://www.bighollywood.breitbart.com/ : Andrew Breitbart's companion site to Big Government. Keeping tabs on liberal lunacy in Hollywood.
No doubt about it, Wiccans love 'em, the snotty little pseudo-intellectuals that we are. Here is where I do some of my shopping:
Amazon.com, https://www.amazon.com/ : Huge. I refer to Amazon.com for book reviews rather than its Canadian counterpart, primarily because the larger customer base provides a larger number of reviewers.
Amazon.ca, http://www.amazon.ca/ : I prefer to shop at the site servicing my country of residence. I usually refer to the reviews at the partnered US website, and check .ca to see if the title is in stock. If it is, I buy Canadian, if not, I buy American.