When a site has a lot of information but it isn't categorized to allow the user to know where they're going, it turns into a crapshoot of where you'll end up. As Katz puts it, it's not really a pragmatic design of where the user immediately understands how to navigate. The front page of the Drudge Report there is a photograph of a man standing at a wall, presumably the West Wall, and it says,"Bibi Goes For History." I'm not following. Though the pic isn't busy, it doesn't allow the average know why he wants to click their and read further. In other words the design isn't catered to the average audience. It still amazes that this site is successful as it is.