In my view, Whatfinger (news) is one of the best alternatives to the Drudge Report. It has grown to well over 16-million page views a month. In fact, It is more than the next six-plus news aggregates combined and second only to Drudge.
The site is chock full of timely news, tips, blog articles, videos from seemingly countless media outlets and subject matter experts around the globe, and, lots and lots of political resources.
The Drudge Report is a U.S. based news aggregation website founded by Matt Drudge. Drudge often had a fun mix of contrarian articles and unusual viewpoints that were hard to find without its help as a curator of articles.
But in recent years, the site has become more or less indistinguishable from a standard mainline legacy media site.
The Drudge Report (stylized as DRUDGE REPORT) is a U.S. based news aggregation website founded by Matt Drudge, and run with the help of Charles Hurt and Daniel Halper. The site was generally regarded as a conservative publication, though its ownership and political leanings have recently been placed in question following business model changes in mid-late 2019. The site consists mainly of links to news stories from other outlets about politics, entertainment, and current events; it also has links to many columnists.
The Drudge Report originated in 1995 as a weekly subscriber-based email dispatch. It was the first news source to break the Monica Lewinsky scandal to the public, after Newsweek decided to “kill the story”.
By 2020, some prominent conservatives — including President Donald Trump — had concluded that the Drudge Report had abandoned its conservative ideology, with Fox News primetime host Tucker Carlson stating, “Matt Drudge is now firmly a man of the progressive left.”
Conservapedia descriptions of select Drudge Report Alternative news site
Whatfinger News is an online news aggregate website of links, stories, alternative observations the mainstream fake media would never cover. Similar in concept to the successful Drudge Report however truly unique and decidedly conservative, unlike Drudge. In addition, ten times the content with labels pointing out the sources as ‘Leftwing’ and crucial opinion accompanying many headlines. Many different types of content links can be found including videos, tech, sports, humor, unique statistical charts, the Twitter feed of President Trump. Whatfinger News was founded by military people.  Whatfinger’s mission: “The Relentless Pursuit of Creating The Greatest Aggregate Link News Site On Earth.”
As of September 2020, Whatfinger News averages 16 million pageviews a month. 
Free Republic is an online message board for independent, grass-roots conservatism on the web. A gathering spot to check notes, plan strategy, and talk about the issues of the day. Free Republic is a bulletin board type system that allows registered users to comment on breaking news. Founded by John and Jim Robinson in 1996 and it became an LLC website in 1997.
Rantingly – Rantingly is a one-man operation news aggregator founded in August 2017.
Revolver – Revolver.News, A Right-Wing Website Endorsed By Trump, Calls For Shooting Protestors (Forbes’ actual title) lol