Let’s say you’re the son of professional hater Phyllis Schlafly. You do a little lawyering, you teach
a few home-schooled kids “history”, but you want more. As a wingnut of
the first order, you see “liberal bias” everywhere, especially
Wikipedia. Ignoring the fact that the truth has a liberal bias, you
decide you must do something. Aha! you say. I will invent Conservapedia!
As you may have surmised, Conservapedia is a neverending source of
amusement (and posts) for us libtard bloggers. From entries on dinosaurs (who lived at the same time as the cavemen, natch) to teh gayz (of course you weren’t born that way) the fun never stops. But let’s just ease you into this by examining the Conservapedia entry for Barry Hussein, shall we?
The United States Constitution enshrines the right in Article I, Section 9, the Suspension Clause, which outlines under which highly specified conditions the Writ may be suspended.
While the Writ is not specifically granted to United States citizens,
the Founders intended, and the Supreme Court agrees, that it was not
explicitly mentioned because it was not perceived as necessary, the
Writ being so fundamental to even British government at the time of the Founding.
Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) was an English atheistic philosopher who created the concept of utilitarianism.
Utilitarianism means that government should do whatever maximizes
overall "utility" (benefits minus costs). If killing one innocent man
saves ten other lives, then utilitarianism would favor it. Under
utilitarianism there is no Christian morality, and it is replaced by
comparing benefits versus costs. Under this view government should
experiment on embryonic stem cells today if benefits are greater than
1. Are monopolies bad? (Antitrust laws)
2. Should conspiring to harm a competitor be illegal? (Antitrust laws)
3. Does scarcity really exist?
4. What is money, really?
5. Should spending money be protected by the free speech clause?
... 8. H-1B visa and indentured servitude – allow it or not?
... 11. Does free trade add value or simply redistribute wealth?
... 13. Antitrust law – good or bad?
14. Insider trading laws – good or bad?
15. Jesus’ view of economics
... 17. How much regulation of business should there be?
18. Progressive Income tax – good or bad?
... 20. U.S. Constitution – designed to protect private property?
... 23. Does being rich mean being important?
24. Is inflation morally wrong?
You simply cannot make this stuff up. And did you know that "macaca" means haircut?
The Stone age is the prehistoric time before the Age of Metal. It is divided into two parts; Paleolithic and Neolithic.
During the Paleolithic age, man harvested wild plants and animals for
food. Agriculture began in the Neolithic age. The dates of the Stone
age are debated. Biased historians often give older dates than can be
proven by archaeology.
Damn those biased historians! There were toodinosaurs on Noah's Ark!