Conservapedia critique by Jon Swift

Delightful commentary by a moderate conservative blogger.
Jon Swift: Conservapedia
I am astonished by all of the things I have learned already from Conservapedia. For example, I was unaware of something called the Law of Mass Conversation: “Matter cannot be created or destroyed, it can only change form.” Now that I think about it, I have observed that often when you’re in a conversation with a large group of people you sometimes think you have let a matter drop, but you end up rehashing the same topic over again in a different form. This happens a lot on the Internet, too. But I had no idea someone had written a law about it.

Unfortunately, Conservapedia doesn’t have an entry yet for Franklin Roosevelt or for other minor Presidents like John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Harry Truman or Theodore Roosevelt, although it does have very illuminating yet succinct entries for Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce and William Henry Harrison. But the encyclopedia is still growing and with your help its 3000 or so articles based on incontrovertible conservative facts will soon approach Wikipedia’s 1.5 million entries filled with liberal lies.