And here's another one I'm surprised nobody brought up: conservapedia. They promote young-earth creationism, climate change denial, that vaccines cause autism, that relativity is false and black holes aren't real, and many other things. It's basically all-in-one.
Answersingenesis and basically any anti-vax and anti-GMO website probably fit, too
Anti-GMO is interesting, because most of them are not politically conservative.
I just read the list. Boy does that Doctor Oz one make sense. Now I understand how there are medical miracles happening every other week, and why I constantly receive conflicting information. I had no idea about any of it until I read RationalWiki's section on alternative medicine.