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Revision as of 21:08, 17 May 2008

Conservapedia should consider giving annual awards to people who add value to the world with a creative or striking conservative insight, project, accomplishment, sacrifice or some equivalent.

First we should develop a simple set of guidelines for the awards, a proposal for what the award would be, and then we can solicit nominations.

Guidelines

  1. Unique contributions to the world which enable more people to become aware of conservative values.
  2. Insight in applying conservative values to help others individually.
  3. Effort in reaching teenagers who are troubled due to liberal indoctrination or lack of awareness of conservative values
  4. Someone who overcome personal challenges and spread conservative values for the benefit of others
  5. Use or development of innovation in connection with the contribution.
  6. No one associated with Conservapedia may be nominated for an initial award.

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Name for the Award

(suggestions welcome)

  • the Ronny
  • the Values Award

Nominations

  1. Howard G. "Ward" Cunningham, who created wiki software for its value in bringing conservative values to millions of page views.
  2. Henry Morris II (posthumous), founder of the Institute for Creation Research
  3. Chris Ashcraft, founder of the Northwest Creation Network and of CreationWiki.
  4. Phyllis Schlafly, for a lifetime of contributions to the Conservative movement.
  5. Reverend Donald E. Wildmon, founder of the American Family Association and American Family Radio.
  6. Vice-President Cheney, a true Patriot.
  7. John Yoo, legal advisor to the White House. Contributed to the USA PATRIOT Act and provided a concrete justification for enhanced interrogation of enemy combatants. Contributed immensely to the national security of the United States.
  8. Margaret Thatcher, former prime minister of the U.K.
  9. Julianne Hough, television star
  10. Marcus Borden, for defending prayer with as a public high school football coach; atheists succeeded in eventually prohibiting from even from bowing his head.[1]

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References

  1. http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/04/court_rules_against_e_brunswic.html