Insight on the News


Insight on the News was a weekly news magazine published in the United States from 1984 to 2001. The magazine provided readers with news and analysis on politics, culture, and current events from a conservative perspective.


Insight on the News was founded in 1984 by Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, which also owned The Washington Times newspaper. The magazine was initially launched as a monthly publication but was later changed to a weekly format.

Insight on the News was known for its conservative viewpoints and was often criticized for its reporting on social and political issues. Despite this criticism, the magazine was able to cultivate a loyal readership over its publication history.

In 2001, Insight on the News ceased publication due to financial difficulties.


As a conservative news magazine, Insight on the News covered a range of topics, including politics, foreign affairs, culture, and current events. The magazine was known for its in-depth analysis of issues from a conservative perspective and featured a mix of opinion pieces and reporting.

Insight on the News also covered issues related to the Unification Church and its founder, Sun Myung Moon, who was heavily involved in the publication of the magazine.

Audience and Reception

Insight on the News had a dedicated readership among conservatives and those interested in gaining a conservative perspective on current events. While the magazine received criticism for its reporting and opinions, it was also praised for its thorough coverage of issues from a unique viewpoint.


Despite its relatively short publication history, Insight on the News is remembered as an influential magazine that helped shape conservative thought during the late 20th century. Its editorial stance and coverage continue to influence conservative media and thought today.{{Categories}}

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