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Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from an American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Conservapedia had over 46,000 articles in August 2018.

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  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from an American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Conservapedia had over 46,000 articles in August 2018.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Conservapedia had over 46,000 articles in August 2018.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. As of August 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 49,800 articles.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. It is moronic, and will hopefully soon be forgotten. As of August 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 49,800 articles.
  • | name = Conservapedia| logo = File:Conservlogo4.png| logo_size = frameless| logo_alt = Official logo of Conservapedia| logo_caption = logo| screenshot = File:Conservapedia main Page 6 March 2013.png| screenshot_size = 250px| screenshot_alt = Screenshot of the main page of Conservapedia on March 6, 2013| collapsible = Yes| caption = Screenshot of the top portion of the Conservapedia homepage on March 6, 2013| url = conservapedia.com| commercial = No | type = * Online encyclopedia * Wiki As of August 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 49,800 articles.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. As of September 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 50,100 articles.
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  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from an American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama – including belief in the "birther" conspiracy theory – along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. Conservapedia had over 46,000 articles in August 2018.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama – including belief in the "birther" conspiracy theory – along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. Conservapedia had over 46,000 articles in August 2018.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama—including belief in the "birther" conspiracy theory—along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. Conservapedia had over 46,000 articles in August 2018.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama—including belief in the "birther" conspiracy theory—along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. As of August 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 49,800 articles.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama—including belief in Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories—along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. As of August 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 49,800 articles.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. It is moronic, and will hopefully soon be forgotten. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama—including belief in Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories—along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. As of August 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 49,800 articles.
  • | name = Conservapedia| logo = File:Conservlogo4.png| logo_size = frameless| logo_alt = Official logo of Conservapedia| logo_caption = logo| screenshot = File:Conservapedia main Page 6 March 2013.png| screenshot_size = 250px| screenshot_alt = Screenshot of the main page of Conservapedia on March 6, 2013| collapsible = Yes| caption = Screenshot of the top portion of the Conservapedia homepage on March 6, 2013| url = conservapedia.com| commercial = No | type = * Online encyclopedia * Wiki | registration = Optional (required to edit pages)| language = English| content_license = Copyrighted (free use)| owner = Andrew Schlafly| author = Volunteer contributors| alexa = 96,800 (Global, September 2020)| launch_date = November 21, 2006| current_status = Active}}Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama—including belief in Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories—along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. As of August 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 49,800 articles.
  • Conservapedia is an English-language wiki encyclopedia project written from a self-described American conservative and fundamentalist Christian point of view. The website was established in 2006 by American homeschool teacher and attorney Andrew Schlafly, son of the conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly, to counter what he perceived as a liberal bias in Wikipedia. It uses editorials and a wiki-based system for content generation. Examples of Conservapedia's ideology include its accusations against and strong criticism of former US President Barack Obama—including belief in Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories—along with open criticisms of atheism, homosexuality, the Democratic Party, and evolution. Furthermore, it views the theory of relativity as promoting moral relativism, claims that abortion increases risk of breast cancer, praises a number of Republican politicians, supports celebrities and artistic works that it believes represent moral standards in line with Christian family values, and accepts fundamentalist Christian doctrines such as Young Earth creationism. Conservapedia's "Conservative Bible Project" is a crowd-sourced retranslation of the English-language Bible which Conservapedia claims will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths". The site has received negative reactions from the mainstream media, as well as from prominent political figures, and has been criticized by liberal and conservative critics alike for bias and inaccuracies. As of September 2020, Conservapedia has approximately 50,100 articles.
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