Talk:Essay:Conservative Benefits

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Interesting start on a topic. Following logic, the corollaries must be true, ie. learning and adhering to liberal values must:

  • allow one to recognize conservative bias in politics and the media
  • be helpful in resisting conservative schemes and addictions
  • be isolated only in certain religions and cultures
  • make it more difficult to recognize imposters
  • make it difficult to see insights
  • be bad for the education of the next generation

Is this fair? Does it make sense? Reasonableperson 21:03, 11 December 2007 (EST)

- I'm not sure what the point of this essay is 'reasonableperson' but it is in fact an opinion piece, and is not considered an encyclopedic entry. You would have grounds for complaint where it an encyclopedic entry, but it isn't. ModerateCatholic 15:19, 13 December 2007 (EST)

Where are the sources for the remarriage statement and even if the statement were true the sample size was to small to be accurate. Moderatecatholic did point out though that this IS an essay so opinion can be thrown in but it still bothers me that that figure has no source. I would also like to see a study conducted with a larger sample size in order to get a more accurate count because liberals looser marital morals I would think they would have a higher remarriage rate, my personal thoughts, not fact.

I would welcome a larger study. But even observations on small sample sizes can be statistically significant. The rate of lung cancer among non-smokers is very low, and thus it does not require a large sample size of smokers who developed lung cancer in order to draw conclusions of correlation and causation.--Andy Schlafly 10:39, 22 February 2010 (EST)

quick note re: erasing of essay

I didn't read the essay before deleting it. I thought the whole essay was composed by banned user Amandabunting who was a parodist so I summarily deleted it without reading it. conservative 13:44, 24 April 2011 (EDT)

No harm done! We all miss things when we're hurried. DouglasA 15:34, 24 April 2011 (EDT)