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RHW is the user name of Rick Warden, or Richard H. Warden, who writes posts at Templestream Blog and has begun contributing to Conservapedia. Rick was introduced to Conservapedia when one of the editors cited and linked to one of his articles in the Conservapedia Page: "Moral failures of the atheist population" and the sub-heading of "Atheism and bestiality" with a quote of PZ Myers in response to a question of his:

"So, to answer clueless thick-skulled Christian idiot’s question, I don’t object to bestiality in a very limited set of specific conditions, but do not support it in any way."[14][16] - from Rick's blog post: "Atheist achilles heels: objective morality and sacred life". Templestream Blog. Retrieved on July 20, 2014.

Rick has posted content on Freedom of the Press, and is open to critique of the text:

Though the founders of the United States had intended to promote a free press, the U.S. has been ranked 41 in the 2016 World Press Freedom Index prepared by Reporters Without Borders while the top four countries are Scandinavian. Increased press freedom shows a strong correlation with reduced corruption in published studies. One of the main reasons cited for the lower corruption in Scandinavia is that these countries typically have a, “strong transparency and accountability mechanism in place allowing citizens to monitor their politicians and hold them accountable for their actions and decisions.” - as noted by the Senior Research Coordinator at Transparency International, Marie Chêne. Rick Warden has pointed out, "What is most intriguing about these highly-secularized and atheistic Scandinavian countries is that they are actually confirming a long-held biblical precept, that is, that humans basically have a corrupt and sinful nature that requires mechanisms of constant accountability because only a spiritual cure can truly provide a remedy, that is, spiritual regeneration through Jesus Christ."

Most of the subjects Rick writes about at relate to apologetic themes and relevant news.