Since sysops seem to make up rules as they go along  a policy that has some reasonable checks on deletions, except where there is a rule violation is a bit pointless because an editor can never know what a particular sysop's rules are. Conservapedia really only has one rule found here.
- Sysop's and Bureaucrats are the Administrators of Conservapedia. Their instructions, as to Conservapedia policy and/or the appropriateness or inappropriateness of user actions, are to be followed. Failure to do so will result in the user being blocked.
Put in lay language that means
- Sysops may do whatever they want, everyone else has to do what they are told.
If a sysop feels something is inappropriate they should just take what ever action they deem necessary. If a sysop was not capable of doing this in the best interests of Conservapedia they wouldn't be a sysop. If it ain't broke why fix it? Auld Nick 15:26, 11 May 2007 (EDT)
Ha! Articles here are not only deleted, but the contributer is banned (along with their ISP) with no explanation, no warning, and no recourse! On wiki, you can simply revert an edit, and don't have to worry about getting banned because a SYSOP DIDN'T LIKE YOUR NAME. Pendayho 15:36, 11 May 2007 (EDT)