Popular articles at Conservapedia
Popular articles at Conservapedia is a section on Main Page Left which is a set of entries that both educate and strengthen visitors. They range from being enormously popular to lesser-known gems. They are chosen by their capacity to enrich.
The collection is periodically updated as the Dow Jones Industrial Average is, with new stars appearing frequently. Similar to how the DJIA is limited to a total of 30 stocks, the Popular articles at Conservapedia listed on our Main Page here is limited to about 170 entries.
If one were stranded on a desert island, stuck in solitary confinement, or even worse immersed or surrounded by Leftist culture, these 170 entries include almost all that one needs to survive and even thrive.
Suggested additions or replacements to this special list are always welcome!
- judicial activism - this important entry is worth even more attention at this time - entry promoted.
- Leon Trotsky - superb entry about a controversial, influential figure. Was Stalin's archenemy an OK guy, or as a communist was Trotsky as bad the others? - entry promoted.
- Poincaré conjecture - one of the many excellent entries in mathematics here.
- John Adams - a flawed but important figure in American history, whose support of "law and order" has some relevancy today.
- Anita Bryant - terrific entry about an important historical figure, who is either omitted or falsely disparaged by textbooks and the liberal media - entry promoted.
- Karl Popper - the creator of the concept of falsifiability and increasingly a conservative as he aged, his entry here is popular - entry promoted.
- September 11, 2001 - an important, often-visited entry - entry promoted.
- Ted Williams - most popular baseball player entry.
- American Football - a surprisingly popular entry.
- Supreme Court of the United States - also surprisingly popular.
- Henry Kissinger - an influential globalist in the 1970s.
- Earl Warren - an influential liberal Chief Justice in the 1950s and 1960s.
- Felix Frankfurter - a U.S. Supreme Court justice who became more conservative on the bench, which is a rarity.
- Twelve Apostles and The Gospels - more popular than you might expect - one of these promoted.
- liberal claptrap - a concise favorite that captures liberal style well.
- Franklin D. Roosevelt - the famous liberal whose racism is concealed by history books.
- Essay:Adulteress Story - a significant, popular original work which is in the news recently as communist China has revised this story.
- Underrated Sports Stars - an interesting entry with a strong following - entry promoted.
- abortion - often in the news so it does not have an additional link on Mainpageleft.
- lamestream media - often linked from Mainpageright, this popular entry could be developed further.
- Abraham Lincoln - a solid, informative entry - entry promoted.
- Epistle to the Hebrews - excellent entry with a strong following
- Gospel of John - likewise
- Garden of Eden - more significant and popular than you might expect! - entry promoted.
- Drudge Report alternatives - very popular list - entry promoted.
- Merriam-Webster - an excellent entry about bias at the leading dictionary.
- John Dewey - liberal who destroyed education and needs more scrutiny.
- Gateway Pundit - a great source of news which the lamestream media censors.
Could be more music-related entries posted on the Main Page, as that has a significant following on the internet.
Bob Dylan had a strong presence on the Main Page for a while but, although he is considered the finest song-writer in history, his strongest following is by an older demographic.
Metallica is good, still-popular group worthy of the Main Page.
Essay:Greatest Conservative Novels is a candidate for the Main Page.
In history, the entry on Otto von Bismarck is worth developing further and then placing on the Main Page.
Biden Putsch, to prepare readers what to expect after Election Day 2020.