User talk:Wschact

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Hello, Wschact, and welcome to Conservapedia!

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Thanks for reading, Wschact!

AnupamTalk 11:27, 10 June 2012 (EDT)


Another welcome

I apologize for my over-hasty block. --Ed Poor Talk 14:50, 27 August 2012 (EDT)


Shouldn't the article about the Paralympics actually be about the Paralympics? As you now have it written, 1/3 of the total article is about Wikipedia and some contest they ran. Who cares? I would think that people reading about the Paralympics are interested in the Games and the athletes, not Wikipedia. I get that you have an axe to grind about Wikipedia, but could you not do it in the Wikipedia articles? SharonW 13:50, 30 August 2012 (EDT)

welcoming users

You really are on autopilot aren't you :-|brenden 21:54, 30 August 2012 (EDT)

Filter corrected

The spam filter has been updated, so you can restore the colors to the Richard Lenski entry's table if you'd like to.--Andy Schlafly 10:31, 23 November 2012 (EST)

What is Organic SEO

The article is ripped from BryanF 12:38, 29 December 2012 (EST)


Didn't mean to sound rude. It's a family joke. It's what the kids said when some idiot school "friend" boasted about their family fortune. "And he's home every night" was the killer ending. AlanE 00:27, 15 February 2013 (EST)


We have seen those spammers before. They are not in good faith. --brenden 12:42, 29 December 2012 (EST)

Obama's religion

I just changed that sentence and you feel necessary to rewrite, why?--Jpatt 23:03, 4 January 2013 (EST)

Rules, Ryan and Republicans

If you're really interested in some inside baseball, here's a good link describing the Rules change from Dems to Repubs in the House. It seems the whole House version of the budget resolution is a rubber stamp of Paul Ryan's judgement. Here's my view: This is emblamatic of the Republicans problems today. Unlike in the Reagan era when Republican legislators had a strong contingent of people with economic and business backgrounds (Jack Kemp, Vin Weber, John Kasich, Dick Armey, Bob Kasten, for example), today all they have is Ryan. That leaves them at the mercy of one man's judgement on the budget. OscarO 13:19, 19 January 2013 (EST)

Examples of Bias in Wikipedia

Looks like you've already started on this, want to make a joint project out of bringing the Examples of Bias in Wikipedia page up to date and making it more presentable? Let me know... Fnarrow 10:39, 10 May 2013 (EDT)

Sounds like a plan, I had never really given that page much notice until I saw your edits on the recent changes page. An example of the sort of change I feel should be made: as I started reading it from the top down, I noticed that the section on abortion states that Wikipeia's entry on Benazir Bhutto mentions all aspects of her life, with the exception of her work with the UN on abortion. However, there is actually a full section praising her pro-life advocacy in the face of constant opposition from her fellow politicians both in her own country and abroad. Also, there is an explicit mention of her work at the International Conference on Population and Development which became the steering document for the United Nations' official stance on abortion among other things. Therefore, I would remove this example as it is not a matter of opinion or viewpoint, but merely a misstatement of the facts.
In many cases, there was a fair criticism at one time, but it was fixed. Some Wikipedia editors read these pages regularly, so they fix things that we report. One solution is to make a footnote to the permalink of the version of the page that had the problem. If you can identify how long the problem existed, then add it to the item. "For two years, the X page did not metion Y, but this bias has since been removed." Or "After a protracted edit war, page X was changed to acknowledge this fact." Thanks, Wschact 01:02, 12 May 2013 (EDT)

Nuclear edits

I was just trying to get the article consistent with what Aschlafly has revealed about the false equation of E=mc2. Why did you undo it? EddyJ 22:48, 23 September 2013 (EDT)

Good typo correction

Thanks for your correction to the typo in Essay:Best New Conservative Words!--Andy Schlafly 10:27, 7 October 2013 (EDT)

Obamacare footnotes

Thanks for adding the table to Obamacare. It looks like you left what may have been footnotes in the original source. Perhaps you would like to include them as well in the article. GregG 22:54, 5 April 2014 (EDT)

Done! Wschact 12:42, 9 April 2014 (EDT)
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