Conservapedia: The Conservative Alternative
If you're looking for information on issues important to conservatives, there's a great new resource available. Conservapedia.com, which is similar in format to its controversial counterpart, Wikipedia, has information available on topics ranging from atheism, to homosexuality, to the theory of evolution and so on.
Whereas Wikipedia is riddled with hard-core pornography, gratuitously graphic videos and other objectionable material, Conservapedia bills itself as, "The Trustworthy Encyclopedia." Sure, you can find information you need for reports on controversial topics, but you can do your research in a family-friendly, cyber-environment confident that your children aren't going to be unwittingly exposed to obscenity.
Interestingly, as Wikipedia presents much of its information from a liberal perspective, Conservapedia takes a straight forward, "Just the facts Ma'am," approach. However, Conservapedia lives up to its name. An accurate presentation of conservative values and perspectives is presented.
Matt Barber is one of the like-minded men with Concerned Women for America. He is an attorney concentrating in constitutional law and serves as CWA's policy director for cultural issues.Share this article:
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