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==''Toronto Star'' and Conservapedia==
 
==''Toronto Star'' and Conservapedia==
On March 11, 2007, The ''Toronto Star'' published a flawed article about [[Conservapedia]].<ref>''Toronto Star'': [http://www.thestar.com/article/190501 "Conservative wants to set Wikipedia right"]</ref> Among other things, the article quoted someone who is not really a [[conservative]] in order to criticize [[Conservapedia]].  The article even claimed that [[Ayn Rand]] was a [[conservative]], when in fact she was a strident [[libertarian]] who opposed many key [[conservative]] principles.
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On March 11, 2007, The ''Toronto Star'' published a flawed article about [[Conservapedia]].<ref>''Toronto Star'': [http://www.thestar.com/article/190501 "Conservative wants to set Wikipedia right"]</ref> Among other things, the article quoted someone who was not really a "[[conservative]]" in order to criticize [[Conservapedia]].  The article even claimed that [[Ayn Rand]] was a [[conservative]], when in fact she was a strident [[libertarian]] who opposed many key [[conservative]] principles.
  
 
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[[Category:Canadian Newspapers]]
 
[[Category:Canadian Newspapers]]
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[[Category:Liberal Media]]

Latest revision as of 00:40, 14 July 2018

The Toronto Star is Canada's largest newspaper and, like most of Canada's media, has a strong liberal bias.

Toronto Star and Conservapedia

On March 11, 2007, The Toronto Star published a flawed article about Conservapedia.[1] Among other things, the article quoted someone who was not really a "conservative" in order to criticize Conservapedia. The article even claimed that Ayn Rand was a conservative, when in fact she was a strident libertarian who opposed many key conservative principles.

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