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#Conservapedia first recognized the [[liberal]] desire for an [[Affirmative Action President]].On Feb. 4, 2008, ten days after this entry appeared here, Michael Savage commented that, if elected, [[Barack Obama]] will be the first Affirmative Action President, as he has such a small amount of political (or military) experience.<ref>For example, popular radio commentator [[Michael Savage]] observed, "We have a woman and a multi-ethnic man running for office on the Democrat side. Is this not akin to a -- an affirmative action election? Isn't that why the libs are hysterical, tripping over themselves to say amen and yes to this affirmative election vote?" Savage added, "America's not ready for an affirmative action presidency." [http://mediamatters.org/items/200802040008]</ref>  On March 10, 2008, an article is posted on myMaineToday.com entitled, "Are We Ready For An Affirmative Action President?"<ref>http://my.mainetoday.com/story.html?ID=2110</ref>  On March 11, 2008, John Harwood published an article on CNBC's website entitled, "Obama: Affirmative Action Candidate?!"<ref>http://www.cnbc.com/id/23579121/</ref>  On March 12, 2008, Joseph Farah, founder of Worldnetdaily.com, published a column entitled, "The affirmative-action president."<ref>http://www.wnd.com/index.php?pageId=58632</ref>
 
#Conservapedia first recognized the [[liberal]] desire for an [[Affirmative Action President]].On Feb. 4, 2008, ten days after this entry appeared here, Michael Savage commented that, if elected, [[Barack Obama]] will be the first Affirmative Action President, as he has such a small amount of political (or military) experience.<ref>For example, popular radio commentator [[Michael Savage]] observed, "We have a woman and a multi-ethnic man running for office on the Democrat side. Is this not akin to a -- an affirmative action election? Isn't that why the libs are hysterical, tripping over themselves to say amen and yes to this affirmative election vote?" Savage added, "America's not ready for an affirmative action presidency." [http://mediamatters.org/items/200802040008]</ref>  On March 10, 2008, an article is posted on myMaineToday.com entitled, "Are We Ready For An Affirmative Action President?"<ref>http://my.mainetoday.com/story.html?ID=2110</ref>  On March 11, 2008, John Harwood published an article on CNBC's website entitled, "Obama: Affirmative Action Candidate?!"<ref>http://www.cnbc.com/id/23579121/</ref>  On March 12, 2008, Joseph Farah, founder of Worldnetdaily.com, published a column entitled, "The affirmative-action president."<ref>http://www.wnd.com/index.php?pageId=58632</ref>
 
#On Jan. 27, 2008, Conservapedia criticized [[Harvard]]'s decision to have J.K. Rowling as its commencement speaker shortly after she catered to the [[homosexual]] agenda.<ref>See [[Main Page/Previous Conservapedia Breaking News/Archives/January 2008#January_27|Our Archives]]</ref> Over three months later and as the commencement day approached, the Harvard newspaper (the "Crimson") published a similar criticism: "A petty pop culture personality of questionable permanence will send us on our merry way, while figures of real substance wait in the wings."<ref>http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/JK-Rowling-to-speak-at.4049866.jp</ref>    "Our commencement speaker tricked parents into letting their kids read books filled with sex, murder, and homosexual role models."<ref>http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/JK-Rowling-to-speak-at.4049866.jp</ref>
 
#On Jan. 27, 2008, Conservapedia criticized [[Harvard]]'s decision to have J.K. Rowling as its commencement speaker shortly after she catered to the [[homosexual]] agenda.<ref>See [[Main Page/Previous Conservapedia Breaking News/Archives/January 2008#January_27|Our Archives]]</ref> Over three months later and as the commencement day approached, the Harvard newspaper (the "Crimson") published a similar criticism: "A petty pop culture personality of questionable permanence will send us on our merry way, while figures of real substance wait in the wings."<ref>http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/JK-Rowling-to-speak-at.4049866.jp</ref>    "Our commencement speaker tricked parents into letting their kids read books filled with sex, murder, and homosexual role models."<ref>http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/JK-Rowling-to-speak-at.4049866.jp</ref>
#Girls are injured in sports at much higher rates than boys. A girl's soccer team "with 18 players, had suffered eight A.C.L. tears — eight — during her high-school years. ... The rate of concussions sustained by high school girls who play soccer is 1.5 times the rate for boys who play soccer." [19] Conservapedia has long pointed this out.<ref>''See, e.g.'', point #6 in liberal denial, under "more generally."</ref>
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#Conservapedia has long observed that girls are injured in sports at much higher rates than boys, and how [[liberals]] denial or downplay it.<ref>''See, e.g.'', point #6 in liberal denial, under "more generally."</ref>  Finally, on May 11, 2008, the [[New York Times]] recognized this fact by finally admitting that a girl's soccer team "with 18 players, had suffered eight A.C.L. tears — eight — during her high-school years. ... The rate of concussions sustained by high school girls who play soccer is 1.5 times the rate for boys who play soccer."<ref>http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/11/magazine/11Girls-t.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all&oref=slogin</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 14:27, 11 May 2008

This is a growing list of Conservapedia insights, which includes items recognized or emphasized here well before recognition by an official agency, by liberals, or by the general public:

  1. Conservapedia first recognized the liberal desire for an Affirmative Action President.On Feb. 4, 2008, ten days after this entry appeared here, Michael Savage commented that, if elected, Barack Obama will be the first Affirmative Action President, as he has such a small amount of political (or military) experience.[1] On March 10, 2008, an article is posted on myMaineToday.com entitled, "Are We Ready For An Affirmative Action President?"[2] On March 11, 2008, John Harwood published an article on CNBC's website entitled, "Obama: Affirmative Action Candidate?!"[3] On March 12, 2008, Joseph Farah, founder of Worldnetdaily.com, published a column entitled, "The affirmative-action president."[4]
  2. On Jan. 27, 2008, Conservapedia criticized Harvard's decision to have J.K. Rowling as its commencement speaker shortly after she catered to the homosexual agenda.[5] Over three months later and as the commencement day approached, the Harvard newspaper (the "Crimson") published a similar criticism: "A petty pop culture personality of questionable permanence will send us on our merry way, while figures of real substance wait in the wings."[6] "Our commencement speaker tricked parents into letting their kids read books filled with sex, murder, and homosexual role models."[7]
  3. Conservapedia has long observed that girls are injured in sports at much higher rates than boys, and how liberals denial or downplay it.[8] Finally, on May 11, 2008, the New York Times recognized this fact by finally admitting that a girl's soccer team "with 18 players, had suffered eight A.C.L. tears — eight — during her high-school years. ... The rate of concussions sustained by high school girls who play soccer is 1.5 times the rate for boys who play soccer."[9]

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  1. For example, popular radio commentator Michael Savage observed, "We have a woman and a multi-ethnic man running for office on the Democrat side. Is this not akin to a -- an affirmative action election? Isn't that why the libs are hysterical, tripping over themselves to say amen and yes to this affirmative election vote?" Savage added, "America's not ready for an affirmative action presidency." [1]
  2. http://my.mainetoday.com/story.html?ID=2110
  3. http://www.cnbc.com/id/23579121/
  4. http://www.wnd.com/index.php?pageId=58632
  5. See Our Archives
  6. http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/JK-Rowling-to-speak-at.4049866.jp
  7. http://news.scotsman.com/latestnews/JK-Rowling-to-speak-at.4049866.jp
  8. See, e.g., point #6 in liberal denial, under "more generally."
  9. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/11/magazine/11Girls-t.html?_r=1&pagewanted=all&oref=slogin