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Taking AP Biology

Hello, I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but... I am a student in public high school, and am taking AP Biology. I have just learned that Evolution is an entire chapter in the course. Would it be moral for me to learn evolution without believeing it just to pass the test? Or should I drop the course? (This would be very time consuming and difficult)- David —The preceding unsigned comment was added by DavidKondner (talk)

Nothing immoral about learning about evolution at all. Go for it and you will be pleasantly surprised to learn what evolution is actually like. After all, the majority of people have major misconceptions on what it is which leads to their denial of it. Learning about something from those who support it is always best for learning the truth about the subject, don't limit your understanding of things to just those against it. Riddles 23:30, 14 October 2009 (EDT)

I think Riddle is a very smart man and you should listen to what he has to say. No, you don't need to believe in evolutionism, but how are we suppose to become one peaceful humanity without learning about one another. user:horenvalle 14:01, October 16 2009 (EDT)

Learn a falsehood and pretend it's true, and more falsehoods, confusion, depression and errors will follow. Realize that atheists must believe in evolution despite its falsehood and you'll immediately see why they push, and push, and push it in public schools.--Andy Schlafly 22:56, 14 October 2009 (EDT)
"Know the enemy and know yourself; in a hundred battles you will never peril. Sun Tzu"
If there's only a chapter on evolution in your course, I'd be amazed. Any non-creationist course on biology is likely to be evolution-centric. After all, if one won't accept special creation, it's the only game in town! Just keep in mind the difference between science (testable, repeatable) and just-so stories ("This feature arose because ..."). Here are a couple of links you might find useful and encouraging:
You also might want to invest in a copy of Evolution Exposed, a book that breaks down the evolutionary assumptions and explanations, explicit and implicit, and provides both brief answers and directions to finding more information on line.
In short, you need to know what the evolutionists teach, even if you know it's wrong. ~ Webster (talk) 15:53, 24 October 2009 (EDT)
better learn the material. College consists of a lot of required courses you have to take but don't have to believe. RJJensen 01:05, 27 September 2009 (EDT)
All the examples of such requirements consist of learning and reciting anti-Christian beliefs. I'm not aware of any colleges or AP tests that require learning a Christian belief to obtain basic credits.
Try homeschooling David, or try a college that does not require recitation of evolutionary beliefs.--Andy Schlafly 01:12, 27 September 2009 (EDT)

Thank you all for your wonderful suggestions! In the end I decided to take the course and found out it wasn’t nearly as bad as a thought it would be. I expressed my concerns to my teacher beforehand and he was very understanding. Before we started the unit he was very clear to the class that evolution was a theory and we were under no obligation whatsoever to believe evolution, however he still expects us to know the material for the AP exam. It’s amazing how similar some of God’s creatures can be and I can almost see how a Godless Atheist might believe they once shared a common ancestor. All in all, the course has been an enlightening experience and, for the most part, has given me greater respect and appreciation for God’s creatures and life in general. --Davidkon 14:59, 3 February 2010 (EST)

Davidkon, we have no way to confirm your experience, but even if true it is not typically for public school science teachers, most of whom can be very liberal and very dogmatic about the theory of evolution. Also, I find it odd that "he still expects us to know the material for the AP exam." AP exams are like extra credit, for an extra charge, and are rarely a requirement of any public school class.--Andy Schlafly 17:21, 3 February 2010 (EST)

As I’ve said before, my AP Bio class is relatively harmless, but my AP government class is sure getting out of hand! The entire class is one big batch of liberal propaganda about how social reform is “necessary” and how that the current conservative platform on homosexuality is one of “intolerance and bigotry”, and that’s a direct quote from the textbook! There are countless other biases that I have to deal with on a daily basis. On top of that when I asked my teacher about concerns the course is liberally biased, she told me “David, I’m sorry to tell you this, but reality has a liberal bias.” Can you believe that!?!--Davidkon 22:22, 2 March 2010 (EST)

Unable to edit?

I would like to post the following to the Jesse Helms article after "Foreign Policy" but am locked out. I don't know why. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by BertSchlossberg (talk)

Editing is often turned off overnight (U.S. time), which may have been your problem, although that means that you shouldn't have been able to post here, so unless it was turned back on in the meantime, I can't explain it. Would you like to try it again? Philip J. Rayment 08:47, 19 December 2007 (EST)
Right. The Jesse Helms entry is not locked.--Aschlafly 09:06, 19 December 2007 (EST)

When only part of an article is accepted

I recently posted an entry, F-105 Thunderchief, and included a references section and a category, but in the final article, neither section shows up, although they are clearly present when the "Edit" button is clicked. Just now, this happened again with another entry I tried to make. What gives? Does the site only accept so much information in a new entry? --Frey 17:58, 27 February 2008 (EST)

You had a bad <ref> tag which I have fixed. BrianCo 18:02, 27 February 2008 (EST)
I did? Oopsie. And thanks.--Frey 18:09, 27 February 2008 (EST)

KAL 007 article on Main page

I would like to propose having the article Korean Airlines Flight 007 as a featured article on the Main page. Thanks.BertSchlossberg 15:32, 1 March 2008 (EST) (finally got it right!)

I'd like to review it in detail and hear what others think about it. On its surface, without yet studying it, it appears to be a major work. Congratulations!--Aschlafly 15:58, 1 March 2008 (EST)
There's a page for listing proposed featured articles. Philip J. Rayment 17:52, 1 March 2008 (EST)

To Kill The Child/Leaving Beirut

I just wrote an exteremly long and extensive artical about these two songs. Then, when I went to save the page, it said that it did not save it because there was a quote in their to explain about the song that contained a profanity. What gives? I thought that this website was supposed to educate people, yet people cannot be educated if they cannot know what the artical is talking about and what the proof is. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Std (talk)

We have a profanity filter for good reason, but sometimes exceptions need to be made. You haven't supplied enough information for us to judge if this warrants an exception. Philip J. Rayment 22:47, 10 April 2008 (EDT)
What exactly are the exeptions that would get me the warrent?
How do you upload an image?—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Std (talk) on 10 April 2008, 21:26
You have to ask an administrator. There was a problem with people uploading obscene materials. HenryS 00:42, 11 April 2008 (EDT)
An exception would be warranted if, for example, the word caught by the filter was not objectionable in the context. Philip J. Rayment 02:57, 11 April 2008 (EDT)

Article on Larry McDonald

Can anyone do an article on Cong. Larry McDonald, a passenger aboard KAL 007?BertSchlossberg 07:01, 8 May 2008 (EDT)


I wrote some time ago about making plans to build Conservapedia into a force to be reckoned with. This site has the potential to become a powerful tool, but still has a ways to go, I think. As an example, I just did a search on ACORN, a group funded by leftist billionaire George Soros that is becoming a very serious threat to the integrity of local elections. All I found was a one-line page about the oak tree. Of course the solution to this is to simply create the page myself. But I don't think this solves the larger issue; to my knowledge, there isn't a program of incentives inviting conservatives to contribute high-quality information and research articles on our opposition. How do we do this?

For one, I take it that Conservapedia gets some heavy traffic. Heavy traffic = $$$ in potential advertising revenue. Use that money to attract the right people to help build Conservapedia into a powerhouse of information. This could include rewards for college students, or hired admins (background checked with references and resume, of course). Perhaps contact county or state Republican/conservative groups, show what you've done, and propose a team effort to get more people to contribute articles to the web site.

In short, there's a million ways that this project can grow, and it is more important to me that the conservative cause succeeds than to keep these ideas to myself. My hope is that someone reading this will take hold of them... Alexander 17:35, 29 May 2008 (EDT)

IP address unblock request

My IP address at home appears to have been blocked. Could someone please unblock me? FOIA 15:16, 27 June 2008 (EDT)

Bobby R. Himes

I have a photo for the new article Bobby R. Himes. Can I get permission to upload it?Bhathorn 18:24, 29 August 2008 (EDT)

If the picture is on-line (and available for Conservapedia to use, of course), post the address here or click here to e-mail me the link and I can upload it to Conservapedia for you. If it's on your computer, e-mail me via that link anyway and I will reply with my e-mail address for you to e-mail me the picture, so I can then upload it. Philip J. Rayment 23:59, 29 August 2008 (EDT)

Banning policy?

Hello, I represent a website interested in your work. However recently a member of ours, JMcClane used your website and edited a page on Obama because it stated he was a Muslim, which it has been proven he isn't, he has been banned for 5 years, care to comment? It was a JPatt who did the banning, would he like to comment too?

JMcClane removed a large amount of material in that article and replaced it with this:
"Obama is regularly mistaken as Islamic due to his second name, in fact he is not Muslim though stands for equality between religions. He is in fact Christian, though rumours were spread by Conservative spin Doctors hoping to turn the public against him."
And who is JMcClane to you? Care to comment on that? Karajou 14:16, 12 October 2008 (EDT)
Beyond the fact that you didn't answer my question mate, we're part of the same website who are interested in the current election in America, you might have heard of it. He became involved in this site and this happened, so I reiterate, gonna answer the question properly?
I did answer your question, "mate", and you're not going to act like you run this place; you will answer mine now. Karajou 14:33, 12 October 2008 (EDT)
As I said, we're part of the same website. I'm sorry about the mate comments, I'm just friendly like that. You've said you banned him cause of the edit, but isn't it kind of harsh as it is proven he's not Muslim so the entire article was pointless. That's all I'd like to know. And 5 years does seem steep.

Which website do you represent? Why are you interested in Conservapedia? Our banning policy is carefully calibrated and appropriate to the demands of the various situations. And sign your posts with four tildes, please; we are not interested in anonymous 'contributions'. Bugler 17:10, 17 October 2008 (EDT)

Google misdirection

In Google Search, the entry for ""Alger Hiss - Conservapedia" was changed today from "" to misdirect to the nonexistent Web page "" Is there a way to ask Google to restore the correct link? FOIA 13:19, 4 February 2009 (EST)

  • Thanks for noticing and reporting this, FOIA, but nothing needs to be done. When we had the hard drive failure, and temporarily re-directed, the search engine bots picked that up. Now that things are restored, the bots will report back to all the search engines, and in due time will be directing properly. The Google (and all other engines) are smart enough to compare and repair. Or so they say. Administrator Conservative might have more insight into this, and I have linked him to this page. --₮K/Admin/Talk 14:23, 4 February 2009 (EST)
    • For what its worth, Google is pretty much 100% automated. They almost never manually intervene in their search results, and that's generally due to a court or otherwise governmental order. ArthurA 14:38, 4 February 2009 (EST)
      • You mean that they generally only intervene due to court or governmental orders, correct? Npov2 00:56, 24 April 2009 (EDT)


I'd like to comment that File:Kathleen Sebelius.jpg should probably be tagged as “fair use” rather than as “public domain.” Also, I think the description of the {{commons}} template, both in Help:List of Templates and in the template body itself, is slightly misleading: items in Wikimedia Commons are not necessarily in the public domain. Thank you. Npov2 00:56, 24 April 2009 (EDT)

In the News

I'm not sure how to submit suggestions, so I'll post this here: Timothy Larsen, "Look Who's a Believer Now," The Wall Street Journal, May 29, 2009, p. W13. FOIA 10:40, 1 June 2009 (EDT)

Google Gadget?

I understand that google has problems, but has there ever been thought to developing a "Google Gadget" with a conservapedia news feed?Mrguido45 20:59, 9 June 2009 (EDT)

Evolution feature on the Main Page

The section of the main page devoted to the Evolution article states that, "In 2006, the prestigious science journal Science reported concerning the United States: "The percentage of people in the country who accept the idea of evolution has declined from 45 in 1985 to 40 in 2005. Meanwhile the fraction of Americans unsure about evolution has soared from 7 per cent in 1985 to 21 per cent last year." The study was conducted with 2000 Americans (approximately), selected by pseudo-random digit dialing over the telephone. the study found that the portion of people unsure about evolution has increased in a statistically significant manner. The second finding of the study was that the proportion of people who believe in evolution and creationism have not changed in any statistically significant way (i.e.: That the p-value of the 1985 and 2005 data sets is greater than 0.05 - simply put, that there is not enough detectable difference between the respondents in 1985 and 2005 to make any kind of statement about it). Essentially, the study cited on the main page didn't actually prove that the public belief in evolution is declining. I would request a change to that article to remove the irrelevant citation about a decrease in evolutionary thinking among Americans. Praboud 19:52, 15 June 2009 (EDT)

Referred to as a Methodist

Hi, I am not sure if this is the right location to ask this, but at the bottom of my user page there is a category section that says "Category: Methodist Conservapedians". I didn't place that there and it isn't available for editing out when I look at the editable content for my user page. I only bring this up because I am not a Methodist and I do not wish to mislead anyone into thinking I am. I do not know who added me to this category or why, or somehow if I accidentally did this myself. If possible, may I be added to the "Agnostic conservapedians" category instead? Thank you. -- BMcP 8:42, 20 June 2009 [EDT]

It appears to be because of your userbox "This user believes in the United States Constitution." When I tried putting it on my user page, the Methodist category automatically appeared there as well. --OscarJ 09:02, 20 June 2009 (EDT)
Fixed. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 11:20, 20 June 2009 (EDT)

I might be wrong...

But I do see quite a bit of bias on Conservapedia. If this is supposed to be "The Trustworthy Encyclopedia" then shouldn't bias be removed? I think that some of the articles are great and others are blatantly biased based upon the authors moral views. I know that some of the topics go against the beliefs of the people who run this site but it isn't a great way to run things. Tolerance of others and their beliefs, no matter what we think of them, is what Conservapedia should be about. Just my opinion and nothing more.

Just your unsupported opinion and nothing more, you might have said.--Andy Schlafly 21:35, 20 June 2009 (EDT)
I could have, but I figured that people would pick that up from "I might be wrong...". I never had any beliefs that my opinions were supported here, as I had to make an effort to "vocalize" them. Generally people on and off of the internet don't support my opinions.
What I meant was that you made a claim of bias without providing any examples to support your claim.--Andy Schlafly 22:02, 20 June 2009 (EDT)
Ah. [[1]] "Ernesto "Che" Guevara" "became a cultural icon for" "dumb white teenagers." [[2]] "Communism is an atheistic political system" Although extremely hilarious, I think that those articles are somewhat biased and detract from Conservapedia's accountability. I have not seen Wikipedia style hijackings yet though.

Tau ceti to Tau Ceti

I created an article called Tau ceti, but it should be Tau Ceti, is there anyway the name can be reset as the latter? Thank you. -- BMcP 16:00, 24 June 2009 [EDT]

Yes, there is. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 16:17, 24 June 2009 (EDT)
Thanks! -- BMcP 16:22, 24 June 2009 [EDT]
In MediaWiki the proper way to do it is by a "move" operation, which preserves the editing and talk history. This feature is not currently enabled in Conservapedia for regular users. Ask an administrator to do it. — Philcooper81T 16:31, 26 February 2013 (EST)

Alger Hiss

I just tried to link to The Encyclopedia of Ukraine at and got this message:

Spam protection filter
The page you wanted to save was blocked by the spam filter. This is probably caused by a link to a blacklisted external site.

The spam filter apparently mistook part of the URL for an obscenity.

Is there any way to fix this? Thanks!FOIA 21:40, 3 July 2009 (EDT)

  • You can give the URL without making it a link, so that people can copy and paste the link into their own browser, but I am not inclined to unblock any part of that corner of the world, for pretty obvious reasons. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 21:44, 3 July 2009 (EDT)

Kapteyn's star to Kapteyn's Star

The article I created called Kapteyn's star was created with a lower case s for star, it should be upper case, could someone with the rights change the title to Kapteyn's Star? Thank you. -- BMcP 15:00, 8 July 2009 [EDT]

Double Redirects

All three of the current double redirects are protected. Could a Sysop fix them, please? Thanks. ~ Webster (talk) 22:18, 17 September 2009 (EDT)

I'm having a bit of trouble with some linking

I'm trying to get the "Weather Report" and "Return to Forever" articles to link to jazz fusion. Instead, it's linking me to another jazz fusion article that I accidentally created and was recently deleted. Any help is much appreciated. Jdelong11

Did my change fix this?--Andy Schlafly 13:55, 28 December 2009 (EST)

Username change

Is it possible to change one's username? I haven't decided what I want the new one to be but will let you know when I have.--TedM 13:30, 27 September 2009 (EDT)

If this is possible, I would also be interested in doing so, since I have been recently denuked, and it would be disingenuous to continue with this username. Navy Nuke

Sure, just provide your requested new name here and I'll change it.--Andy Schlafly 08:35, 1 December 2009 (EST)

I'd to change my username to JonathanDP81. I'm standardizing my username across all my websites. JonathanDP 10:47, 19 June 2010 (EDT)

User additions to this site

Hi, I'm new here and I'm interested in adding some content to Conservapedia, namely in respect to firearm laws. Just a cursory glace makes me think that users can only edit existing topics? Am I wrong? --LibGunslinger 11:28, Dec 10 2009

You can add new pages if you so desire.--Jpatt 14:32, 10 December 2009 (EST)


I believe this is right place to ask this, so here I am. I want to write an article on the astronomical phenomenon known as a "Nova", however all search on this site for that word is already directed towards "NOVA", a stub on the PBS series of that name. Should I rebuild that article to focus on the astronomical phenomena as that is what the base definition of a nova means? Or start a whole new article, such as "nova_(star)"? Thanks. --BMcP 13:18, 28 December 2009 (EST)

I'll move "NOVA" to "NOVA (PBS)", and you can then have "Nova". Thanks.--Andy Schlafly 13:56, 28 December 2009 (EST)
I turned the NOVA page into a disambiguation page that now points to both NOVA_(PBS) and Nova_(star), is this good? May want to make it Nova instead of NOVA though. --BMcP 17:29, 28 December 2009 (EST)
It's fine as you did it. Thanks.--Andy Schlafly 19:53, 28 December 2009 (EST)

Deleting account

I'm not sure how it's done but I can't seem to find an option to shutdown/cancel my account. Please, shutdown/cancel my account. I've simply decided to not work on this project anymore. I didn't do many edits but if they all have to go, that's fine. --Composer 22:14, 16 February 2010 (EST)

The easiest way is the most direct way, "Composer"...simply stop logging in. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 22:24, 16 February 2010 (EST)
Is that an auto-account deletion function? How many days does it take? I don't want this account sitting on this IP address.--Composer 22:28, 16 February 2010 (EST)
MediaWiki accounts don't "sit" on an IP address. As TK said, just stop using the account. If you're concerned about an IP address linking your visit here, and if your Internet service provider (ISP) has provisions for it, check your current IP address, disconnect your modem from the cable or phone line and shut it down for 12 to 24 hours, then reconnect and log in. After establishing a new connection, check your IP address again. If you have a leased IP address, this may cause a new one to be assigned. If your IP address is fixed, you'll need to contact your ISP to have them assign a new one. Finally, clear your browser cache and all cookies related to — Philcooper81T 15:56, 26 February 2013 (EST)

Writing Plan

User Ed Poor requested a writing plan from me. How exactly do I submit it to him? Thank you. --JohnLee 16:53, 11 October 2010 (EDT)

Anyone can post to his talk page: User talk:Ed Poor. Thanks.--Andy Schlafly 17:00, 11 October 2010 (EDT)

Editing complaint

Someone started a debate page without posting any comments, so I decided to start the discussion. I spent about half an hour writing the post, clicked on save, and was redirected to a page informing me that I didn't have permission to edit it (Probably because it was the first post). And I was unable to go back and copy/paste what I'd written to post it later. Can someone please fix this so that if you click on a page to edit that you can't edit, it tells you straight away and doesn't simply waste your time. Thanks. - JamesCA, 31 July 2011

And something similar. I recently tried to edit a page because some of the information was out of date, and did not find out until after I tried to save it, that it was locked for only administrators to edit. - JamesCA 19:02, 29 August 2011 (EDT)
Both of the above comments surprise me, and the software should not lose information as you described. The browser being used may have an effect on this also.
I thought that locked pages (which I think are a very small percentage of entries here) announced themselves as such when there is an attempt to edit them. The browser should not discard information regardless.--Andy Schlafly 19:11, 29 August 2011 (EDT)
It looks like you lock up editing at night. Is it possible that these folks were just caught by the deadline? --DrDean 20:03, 29 August 2011 (EDT)
That is possible, I just tried editing the same page, and it worked. Also, because of my different timezone, I sometimes find that while looking through Conservapedia articles, the edit tag suddenly disappears, because the deadline suddenly comes in. Is there a way to check how long until the deadline? I'll check to make sure the information actually is lost when I get a chance. And does the deadline cut off at the same time every night? And also, who can start new pages (including debate pages)? Thanks - JamesCA 21:56, 29 August 2011 (EDT)

Christianity and Politics

I'm wondering what is your take (creators of conservapedia) on the mixing of Christianity and politics? I ask because as a young Christian I'm a little confused about how much focus I should give for politics alongside my faith. Other opinions I've read disregard politics completely within a Christian life, as if Christians in general should simply accept and respect whatever form of government rules over them regardless of the corruption or misguided policies such governments may contribute to the falling of the nation. Please clarify this conundrum for me as I feel uncertain if politics should be in any part of my life. God bless. --gravis57 12:32PM, 8 August 2011 (EDT)

Do you mean with regards to being active in politics, or how much your religious beliefs should influence your political opinions? One suggestion, try coming up with and arguing using non-religious points to support views that stem from religious beliefs. It'll enable you to more effectively argue against those who believe that the Bible alone is not enough to justify moral opinions. It'll also give you a wider range of arguments you can call on when discussing religion, politics or morality, and will enable you to more easily come up with counterpoints to arguments that you've never come across before. For example, if you're arguing against gay marriage, try using points such as family values, and the effect it would have on the institution of marriage, instead of using (only) quotes from Leviticus and Deuteronomy, and points based around what God says. - JamesCA (not a creator of conservapedia), August 9 2011
Not exactly. I'm asking as a Christian to another Christian(s) as to how much politics should be a part of my life, or if they should even be apart of it at all. I mean while the founders of this great nation used God's principles to create a system of government that ensured rights, liberty, and freedom--is it wrong or vain to wish to inform, protect, or care about my country when Christ called us to spread his Word and not (unless I'm mistaken) deal with lesser matters in regard to such (political) things. This is where I'm confused about whether I should become even somewhat active within politics or simply disregard it entirely to focus on Christianity. - gravis57, August 8, 2011
It's not wrong, and it's not vain, to wish to inform, protect or care about your country. It's part of serving one's country, part of helping people. There are many varied ways that you can help and serve people, and God. Christ called us not just to spread his Word, but to serve. 'For the son of God came not to be served, but to serve.' Can you serve God by becoming involved in politics? Maybe. Could you help people by becoming involved in politics, and by getting Congress to give them what they need? Or would it be better for you to serve another way? If you did become involved in politics, would it make it more difficult for you to serve God? I guess my general point is this: you can still serve God and the people by becoming involved in politics, but whether or not that is the best place for you to serve is a different matter. I'm starting to think that I might not be able to give you as good of an answer as you're looking for. Hopefully someone else will see this and help answer your question. Note about dates: different time zones is causing the inconsistent dates. - JamesCA, August 9 2011

Request for disambiguation

Hi there. I was hoping to work on the page poetry as well as other pages about poetic forms. However, as it exists right now, there is only the page form which talks about musical form. I'd like to include a form page about poetry, is there any way someone can disambiguate it into 2 articles, form (music), form (poetry) for me? Or is it preferred that I just start a new section within the existing form page? Much love --RLorain 16:27, 27 August 2011 (EDT)

Question regarding Debate

Someone posted a new debate semi-recently, Debate:Should the United States of America really be counted as a country? It was tagged for speedy deletion as it was silly and a non-debate. After a bit, I decided to answer the question, explaining what is necessary for something to be considered a country, and that the US clearly falls into the current definitions. My answer was then copy/pasted onto a new page for the theory of what constitutes a country, and the speedy-deletion tag was removed. No one else has posted on the page, and as the debate is quite silly, is it appropriate for me to delete the page? (And if it is, but I can't, can someone else do it, thanks). - JamesCA 03:21, 14 October 2011 (EDT)

Greetings and couple questions

I just signed up a couple of days ago or so, so please bare with me as I learn the ropes! By way of background, I love God and truth and science (like physics, math, electronics, computer programming, etc.) I'm very conservative. I do have three questions! First, question: Is edit turned off at night? I work full time during the day often don't get home till late and sometimes the edit links are gone, But right now, they are on and it's late so maybe it's hit or miss!

Second, is the owner's goal of this site to be a full spectrum source of family friendly information (like with articles on math, science, electronics, etc.) or is it supposed to be more geared toward moral issues or issues specific to conservatism? If full-spectrum, I will be glad to contribute scientific information as time permits.

Third, is the owner's goal to have articles relating to moral issues to carry a conservative slant, or is the goal to be as factual and unbiased as possible?

My tendency is toward truth whether it's comfortable for me or not -- rather than slanted either way. However I fully respect the site owner's right to run his private property as he wishes and I wouldn't want to upset anybody (or waste my time) making edits that weren't pleasing to the owner. Thanks & have a great day! Jesseg 01:57, 8 February 2013 (EST)

Jesseq, three answers...
1. Editing is sometimes turned off at night at owner's discretion, but productive newbies are granted night-editing privileges.
2. The goal of the site is a full, online encyclopedia covering as many subjects as possible, with the intent that the content be family-friendly. So, you can pretty much contribute in any subject.
3. Moral issues can carry a conservative slant, but I believe that these issues should also be in a "right vs wrong" slant as well. We sometimes tell what the liberal side believes in, but we also will tell why that side is wrong at times.
So, pick a subject, commence editing, check your sources, and do the very best you can. Karajou 02:25, 8 February 2013 (EST)