The Washington Times' new venture is a website called The Conservatlves.com. As part of their endeavour to "reinvent the Right," the site is plugged into notable conservatives across the Internet. They are tracking conservative politicians, media figures and more on a section called "Right People Across the Web." House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence has been added to a list of conservative personalities the site is following on this social media aggregator.
Visitors can sign up for the site, write their own blog posts and surf the site for articles on a variety of political topics from a conserative perspective.