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- You only think someone is "biased" when their bias is different from yours
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- You only think people are being "indoctrinated" when people are being educated in a way that teaches them things you don't like
The reality is you have a bias, you like propaganda that supports your own ideology, and the way you teach your ideology to others is indoctrination.
Also, whoever that troll is who keeps making sock accounts boasting about being an ex-Navy SEAL, we know that's from an overused copypasta, and you don't intimidate us.
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DISCLAIMER: These are my personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect those of Conservapedia, it's Sysops (for example, Northwest is Catholic), or administrators.
I believe in God the Father, Maker of Heaven and Earth, in Jesus Christ, his only Son, and in the virgin birth. I believe that Jesus did all the work that was necessary for our Salvation and that nothing we do has any bearing on it (Ephesians 2:8-9, Romans 3 and 4 with emphasis on 3:27-28 and 4:1-5).
There are many great conservative Catholics, such as Abby Johnson, Former Planned Parenthood Clinic director and Lila Rose, President and founder of Live Action. Nevertheless, I have extreme misgivings about the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church and many of the things its priesthood and Magisterium have done.
Why I will never be Roman Catholic
It's frightening to think that so many Catholics have trusted in the sacraments to save them rather than Christ (See "Talking with Catholic Friends and Family" by former Roman Catholic James G. McCarthy starting on page 55). Paul said in Ephesians 2:9, Romans 3:27, and Romans 4:2, no one can boast about the things that they do to merit Eternal Life. Paul teaches in Romans 4:4 that anything that is earned by works and deeds is not a gift (which Salvation is described in Ephesians 2:8) and in Romans 11:6, Paul teaches that if you add works to grace, it is by definition no longer grace. The Roman Catholic Church, on the other hand, defines "grace" something that is quantifiable and increases through works such as good deeds and the sacraments, and decreases with sin. Isaiah 64:6 reveals that God considers any works we do as useless "filthy rags" when it comes to our standing I am not attempting to start a debate with Catholics, I leave that to men who are much wiser than I. I merely wish to articulate my beliefs. I have also heard many Catholics deny that the Bible was ever denied to the common people despite ‘We prohibit also that the laity should be permitted to have the books of the Old and the New Testament; unless anyone from the motives of devotion should wish to have the Psalter or the Breviary for divine offices or the hours of the blessed Virgin; but we most strictly forbid their having any translation of these books.’ From the council of Toulouse in 1229 
The Roman Catholic Church's dark history and present evil
I believe that the Roman Catholic Church has committed many atrocities throughout its history, and the Magisterium continues to cover up sin in the priesthood today with all of the abuse scandals. For more information, see "Catholicism: East of Eden" by former Roman Catholic priest Richard Bennett.
I am in strong disagreement with the tone of the video game article. I grew up on the NES, then to the Super Nintendo and onward. I remember the video game controversy of the 90s and how older adults who did not play and had limited knowledge of video games were complaining that they were "too violent." I later learned that the controversy resulted in Senate hearings headed by Joe Lieberman and Herb Kohl (both Democrats) who were making a strong argument for legislating video games and showed a very strong ignorance of the medium. For example, they used the game "Lethal Enforcers" by Konami as one of these "violent games." However, Lethal Enforcers is a light-gun rail shooter in which the player plays the role of a law enforcement officer shooting at armed criminals who taunt and shoot at the player. Meanwhile, innocent bystanders in fear of their lives say "don't shoot!" and "help me!" Sometimes, the criminals even take bystanders hostage. Overall, it creates a situation which real life law enforcement officers find themselves in: being caught in a shootout with criminals where innocent bystanders are around. In such a situation, police must stop the criminals while protecting the public. This kind of action is reflected in the game by its scoring system: players are rewarded for high accuracy and severely penalized for any innocent victims that are killed. A players rank is advanced at the end of each level based off of the players score, however players can be demoted for killing innocent victims. Far from promoting senseless violence, it promotes the use of control and restraint which many real life law enforcement must show in any situation in which they are required to use deadly force.