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'''Conservapedia''' is an English-language [[wiki]] [[encyclopedia]] project written from a self-described [[Conservatism in the United States#Social conservatism and tradition|American conservative]] and [[Christian_right|Christian]] point of view. The website was started in 2006 by [[homeschooling|homeschool]] teacher and attorney [[Andrew Schlafly]], son of conservative activist [[Phyllis Schlafly]],<ref name="presstelegram">{{cite web |url=http://www.presstelegram.com/entertainment/ci_5856330 |title=Conservapedia, QubeTV mimic popular sites with spin to right |accessdate=2010-03-26 |last=Coyle |first=Jake |date=2007-05-10}}</ref><ref name="efu">{{cite web |title=Andy Schlafly |url=http://www.eagleforumu.org/EAGLEFORUMU/INSTRUCTOR/VIEW.cfm?int_instructor_id=7&INT_COURSE_ID=23&bln_registered=1 |publisher=Eagle Forum University |accessdate=2008-05-14}}</ref> to counter what he called the [[Reliability of Wikipedia#Liberal bias|liberal bias of Wikipedia]].<ref name="NPR_conservapedia"/><ref name="heise" /> It uses [[editorial]]s and a wiki-based system to generate content.
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Obviously, Wikipedia is better run that Conservapedia! Don't believe it? Watch and see how someone edits this out before someone from Conservapedia sees it! '''Conservapedia''' is an English-language [[wiki]] [[encyclopedia]] project written from a self-described [[Conservatism in the United States#Social conservatism and tradition|American conservative]] and [[Christian_right|Christian]] point of view. The website was started in 2006 by [[homeschooling|homeschool]] teacher and attorney [[Andrew Schlafly]], son of conservative activist [[Phyllis Schlafly]],<ref name="presstelegram">{{cite web |url=http://www.presstelegram.com/entertainment/ci_5856330 |title=Conservapedia, QubeTV mimic popular sites with spin to right |accessdate=2010-03-26 |last=Coyle |first=Jake |date=2007-05-10}}</ref><ref name="efu">{{cite web |title=Andy Schlafly |url=http://www.eagleforumu.org/EAGLEFORUMU/INSTRUCTOR/VIEW.cfm?int_instructor_id=7&INT_COURSE_ID=23&bln_registered=1 |publisher=Eagle Forum University |accessdate=2008-05-14}}</ref> to counter what he called the [[Reliability of Wikipedia#Liberal bias|liberal bias of Wikipedia]].<ref name="NPR_conservapedia"/><ref name="heise" /> It uses [[editorial]]s and a wiki-based system to generate content.
   
 
Examples of the ideology of Conservapedia in its articles include: accusations against US President [[Barack Obama]], criticism of [[evolution]], criticism of a wide array of alleged liberal ideologies, criticism of Wikipedia's supposed liberal bias, criticism of [[relativity (physics)|the theory of relativity]] as promoting moral [[relativism]],<ref>{{cite magazine |title=E=mc<sup>2</sup>? Not on Conservapedia |first1=Amanda |last1=Gefter |first2=Celeste |last2=Biever |journal=New Scientist |date=11 August 2010 |url= http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19303-emc2-not-on-conservapedia.html}}</ref> claiming a proven [[Abortion – breast cancer hypothesis|link between abortion and breast cancer]], and asserting that the goals of a so-called [[homosexual agenda]] include indoctrination. Conservapedia also operates a Conservative Bible Project, which aims to [[Crowdsourcing|crowd-source]] a translation of the [[Bible]] which will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths".<ref name="Evangelical Textual Criticism" />
 
Examples of the ideology of Conservapedia in its articles include: accusations against US President [[Barack Obama]], criticism of [[evolution]], criticism of a wide array of alleged liberal ideologies, criticism of Wikipedia's supposed liberal bias, criticism of [[relativity (physics)|the theory of relativity]] as promoting moral [[relativism]],<ref>{{cite magazine |title=E=mc<sup>2</sup>? Not on Conservapedia |first1=Amanda |last1=Gefter |first2=Celeste |last2=Biever |journal=New Scientist |date=11 August 2010 |url= http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19303-emc2-not-on-conservapedia.html}}</ref> claiming a proven [[Abortion – breast cancer hypothesis|link between abortion and breast cancer]], and asserting that the goals of a so-called [[homosexual agenda]] include indoctrination. Conservapedia also operates a Conservative Bible Project, which aims to [[Crowdsourcing|crowd-source]] a translation of the [[Bible]] which will be "free of corruption by liberal untruths".<ref name="Evangelical Textual Criticism" />
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