Debate:Is it okay for Conservapedia to have biased articles?
Wikipedia is accused of having a left tilt, and the remedy is not a competing site with a right tilt, but a competing site with the hard truth, properly documented. Teresita 12:27, 9 April 2007 (EDT)
Right on. If you see a bias on Conservapedia it is only you liberal nature exerting itselfRebiu 15:17, 9 April 2007 (EDT)
Neither Conservapedia nor Wikipedia has any right to twist the truth, to say that black is white. If abortion does not cause breast cancer, then we must not say so. But if it does, we certainly have a right to do so, and perhaps even a moral obligation. --Ed Poor 13:16, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
It is completely unacceptble for any source to twist facts horribly as is done here and then present them to impressionable school children as fact. This is one of the most morally unsound programs I have ever encountered and I intend to continue posting this opinion on debate topics in an attempt to expose how evil this site truly is. Helios-Fear no God, fear only that which can be seen or heard, for no God will lay hands upon one who denies them. Here in lies the weakness of faith.
Hmmm. well it does say "The Trustworthy Encyclopedia" impliying that its articles are truthful and unbiased but it also says right on the front page "A CONSERVETIVE encyclopedia you can trust. The truth shall set you free." theres an intresting contrast between these two.- RG :]
I can't believe this is a debate topic! Look to the upper left hand corner of this web page. See it? "Conservapedia, The Trustworthy Encyclopedia." Bias would not make it trustworthy or a good encyclopedia! Need I say more?--JArneal 02:10, 17 May 2008 (EDT)
If it's a bias in favor of good things like Christianity and the American Dream (see Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream speech), then I see nothing wrong with bias. --Ed Poor 12:24, 9 April 2007 (EDT)
What is this "The American Dream" accoridng to Ed Poor? Martin Luther King was NOTa conservative and I resent your citing his work on my beloved Conservapedia.Rebiu 15:14, 9 April 2007 (EDT)
Its called Conservapedia as in Conservative. I think that gives it the ok to lean a little to the right and try to preserve the ideas of our founding fathers.
like invading the publics personal and private lives and violating privacy with no good reason- mrRandom
The website is called Conservapedia. Of course there's going to be bias. However, calling yourself "trustworthy" and "better then those gossiping wikipedia fools" is not okay, in my opinian. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 1984 (talk)
i really have to agree to the person ahead of me it IS called conservapedia, if i made a website called www.super-man-is-awesome.com then it would be ok to be a little biased, but the bias is still quite annoying-Greenmeanie 00:26, 16 May 2008 (EDT)
It's a meaningless question
Whether or not it's okay, there *will* be biased articles. This is inevitable, particularly given the set up here and the nature of the sysops; and even without them, it's not possible. One person's hard truth, properly documented is someone else's conjecture and lies (see any of the the evolution/creation pages on here as evidence) Chrysogonus 12:36, 9 April 2007 (EDT)
Bias and Credibility
One of the good things that Conservapedia has done is to make Wikipedia look at some of its own practices and articles. However, this ability to critique Wikipedia and affect changes is completely dependent upon Conservapedia being regarded as a creditable site. As Conservapedia becomes more biased and more fringe (further from the open ideals of being able to edit articles on a wiki and with more extreme conservative rhetoric), its impact upon Wikipedia becomes lost and it becomes more of a target of mockery. It may not be possible to completely remove the conservative bias from the articles, but one would hope that this bias is not written into the article. --Mtur 15:42, 9 April 2007 (EDT)