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  • I am conservative and I think it is very valid to my world view

    3 5.66%
  • I am a conservative and I think its somewhat valid to my world view

    2 3.77%
  • I am a conservative and it is not at all valid to my world view

    7 13.21%
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    1 1.89%
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  • I am a liberal and it is not at all valid to my world view

    16 30.19%
  • I am a libertarian/other and it is very valid to my world view

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    4 7.55%
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Thread: Conservopedia

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    Re: Conservopedia

    Who cares? It's no worse than moveon.org

    Same kind of site, just from the other end.

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    Re: Conservopedia

    Quote Originally Posted by spud_meister View Post
    US Republican?
    Not the term I was thinking of, but still true.
    We became a great nation not because we are a nation of cynics. We became a great nation because we are a nation of believers - Lindsey Graham

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    Re: Conservopedia

    Quote Originally Posted by mac View Post
    Who cares? It's no worse than moveon.org

    Same kind of site, just from the other end.
    Hrmmm..

    Conservapedia

    MoveOn.org: Democracy in Action

    If by same kind of site, you mean both are on the internet, you have a point. Other than that, not so much.
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    Re: Conservopedia

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Hrmmm..

    Conservapedia

    MoveOn.org: Democracy in Action

    If by same kind of site, you mean both are on the internet, you have a point. Other than that, not so much.
    Sure they are, one talks about issues from a decidedly liberal stance the other from a conservative stance. Both are pretty ridiculous.

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    Re: Conservopedia

    Quote Originally Posted by mac View Post
    Sure they are, one talks about issues from a decidedly liberal stance the other from a conservative stance. Both are pretty ridiculous.
    I didn't know that MoveOn pushed factually incorrect views about science that often stray into direct fantasy and consider Aninism to be testable science.
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    Re: Conservopedia

    Better site:

    www.rationalwiki.com

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    Re: Conservopedia

    Quote Originally Posted by Toothpicvic View Post
    i don't like that site, it doesn't have a article on unicorns
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    Re: Conservopedia

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    I always thought it was a joke site.
    Half of it's content is. It was created by Andy Schlafly (son of Phyllus Schlafly) to be a serious site, but at one point, several long time admins admitted that they were just writing parody all along and they were banned. Apparently Andy couldn't even tell the difference. Here's an example of some entries he's written:

    "Ravaged by socialism and gay marriage, Spain loses in the 2010 Winter Olympics."

    "Ravaged by Atheism, England loses to a minor newcomer US soccer team."

    "Everything on our site is sourced, and if there isn't a source it's because of liberal censorship"

    "Liberals say that girls are just as good at math as boys are. I say they're not."

    "Fox News is too liberal"

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    Re: Conservopedia

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    I didn't know that MoveOn pushed factually incorrect views about science that often stray into direct fantasy and consider Aninism to be testable science.
    Out of curiosity I looked up aninism on conservapedia and found nothing. Then I looked up Animism and found this:

    Animism is the belief that all things in creation have a spirit. Animists commonly perform rituals to stay in harmony with the spirits of nature and with the spirits of their ancestors. Animism was the primary religion of most peoples of the world until the advent of modern religions such as Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam. The remnants of animistic beliefs can still be found in various actions designed for protection from evil spirits, such as placing a horseshoe over a doorway or knocking on wood. Customs that originated with animistic beliefs include decorating a Christmas tree and hanging a sprig of mistletoe.
    Not that I am trying to stick up for them but they don't say anything about it being a science.

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    Re: Conservopedia

    of course, if you want an encyclopedia completely void of bias, you can always turn to Uncyclopedia
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