Thursday, March 8, 2007


The Lede posts today about a conservative response to Wikipedia: Conservapedia, "a conservative encyclopedia you can trust." Wired reports that Andrew Schafly (son of Phyllis, natch) started the site "in conjunction with 58 high-school level, home schooled students from the New Jersey area."

Home schooled high schoolers. . . sounds like a great knowledge base!

As I'm reading some of the more hilarious quotes from Wired's piece, Brandon says to me: "Are we sure this isn't a joke?" Sadly, no. If you have some time to kill and need a good laugh, I suggest searching for homosexuality,
Bill Clinton, and the ERA (shout out to Mom).

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