Ads for pornographic sites recently began appearing on the conservative Web site The Daily Caller.

"The website reportedly fell victim to a malware attack," The Huffington Post reports.

"We reached out to the publication’s spokeswoman Nicole Roeberg for more on the matter," writes FishbowlDC's Betsy Rothstein. "Roeberg assures us that no, The Daily Caller isn’t planning on regularly running porn on the site. 'One of the accounts on our ad server was hacked, and as a result someone was able to place those inappropriate ads on our site,' Roeberg wrote in a formal comment to FishbowlDC by email. 'As far as we can tell, the ads were ONLY visible on iPhone and iPad devices, not on computers or Android devices. The problem with the ads has been fixed, and as soon as Google does another crawl of our site, the error message should go away.'"

"After a battle for all that is decent and right in America, the gun-happy site tweeted, 'We've turned back the enemy & reclaimed our land,' so you may now resume your political education," writes Daily Intel's Joe Coscarelli. "And yes, the article titled 'Obama's hottest celebrity donors [SLIDESHOW]' is supposed to be there."

"Out of reckless curiosity a deep sense of trust of the Daily Caller, I went ahead and clicked through," writes Slate's Will Oremus. "Sure enough, no porn ads to be seen -- just the usual menu of wholesome, family-friendly headlines like 'Bloomberg to tots: Suck on this.'"