|Slogan||Conservative Values for an Unsaved World|
|Type of site||Satirical blog|
Christwire is a satirical website that publishes blog-style articles that highlight excesses of American Christian conservatives along with obscure weather reportage, inaccurate and unfactual warnings about such things as politicians and video games, new vernacular, intense focus on various communities, and numerous parenting and lifestyle tips.
Like similar satirical websites, Christwire's stories have often erroneously been taken at face value.
- John Hudson (August 19, 2010). "Satirical Christian Site Hoodwinks the Huffington Post". The Atlantic Wire.
- John Hudson (February 1, 2011). "Rachel Maddow and NBC Struggle With Satire". The Atlantic Wire.
- Katla McGlynn (August 18, 2010). "9 Signs Your Husband Is GAY, According To ChristWire.org (PHOTOS)". Huffington Post.
- "Line of inquiry crosses a line". The Sydney Morning Herald. August 19, 2010.
- Mark Oppenheimer (September 3, 2010). "A Niche of the Unreal in a World of Credulity". The New York Times (on page A13 of the September 4, 2010 New York edition)
- Michael Hirschorn (November 2010). "Truth Lies Here", The Atlantic
- Adam Pasick (September 3, 2010). "The Guys Behind Christwire, Creating Parody From 'Glenn Beck on Steroids'". New York Magazine.
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