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http://www.conservapedia.com/Bernie_SandersSanders

>Marxism
>middle class

>Points out atheists supporting Sanders
> Calls Jaclyn Glenn a feminist and closet lesbian

Is there a single article on CP remotely accurate?
No, not really. Articles that haven't been shot through with political slant are just riddled with intentional errors by trolls from RationalWiki and other sites with more lulz-driven agendas.
 

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Conservapedia also LOVES, and I mean that, to take anything normal people call 'good' and call it 'conservative'. For example, here are snippets I've lifted from the article "Greatest Conservative Movies"

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>Bee Movie
>Only Obama is responsible for surveillance and the destruction of civil liberties.
>Steve Rogers is the most conservative Avenger
>Is literally a man out of his time
 

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It's been a long time since I bothered reading up on that website; I recall at one time they had somehow decided certain countries were "atheist/heathen", or "Christian", and would blame their win and losses at sports events like the World cup on their "athiesm, socialism, gay marriage acceptence", etc.

Once there was some headline about how "atheist Germany" lost world cup games to "Christian" Poland and Brazil because Germany doesn't allow religious homeschooling... no joke.

>Pokémon: Zoroark - Master of Illusions
>Das Boot
>Short Circuit
>The Big Lebowski

I can't follow his logic at all.

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He missed the point of Team America: World Police entirely I'm fucking laughing my ass off here.
Das Boot is a classic WWII film, how did he managed to find that "liberal"?
 
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Das Boot is a classic WWII film, how did he managed to find that "liberal"?
It was a pretty pessimistic, harrowing and overall inglorious depiction of war, and those kind of movies tend to get labelled 'liberal' and 'anti-war'. If I remember right it also briefly touched on the communist sympathies of the Kriegsmariners, who were the protagonists of the movie.

All in all I'd say calling it a 'liberal movie' is possibly correct, probably arguable, but certainly not at all a ridiculous notion.
 

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I'm suprised this website isn't dead yet, who reads it other than Andy or maybe some of his "homeschool" students.
Just a few of the old school RationalWiki users that haven't moved on. I don't think Schlafly even teaches home-school classes any more, since he has amply proved he has no business teaching children.
 

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I do love the film review on the “Greatest Conservative Movies” page:

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off:

“Shows teenage fun without the use of drugs, alcohol or smoking, the main character spends a lot of time with his girlfriend and possibly chooses abstinence. Ferris says that "I'm not European, I don't plan on being European. So, who gives a crap if they're socialists? They could be fascist anarchists, it still doesn't change the fact that I don't own a car. Not that I condone fascism." He also says, he is not socialist, and will never be socialist. Mocks public schools and liberal teaching. Conservative commentator and comedian Ben Stein appears in this movie as one of Ferris's teachers.”

Here Comes the Boom:

“A high school teacher played by Kevin James, tries to raise money for his school, by fighting in the MMA. To not only save certain school programs but save the job of a teacher’s whose wife is pregnant. Also promotes citizenship and patriotism, as Kevin James’ character is also a night instructor for an adult citizenship class, which show the idea of people coming into our country legally and becoming citizens as the right thing. Kevin James also even put some elements of his Christian Faith into the movie.”

Paul Blart: Map Cop:

“Mall security guard Paul Blart is silly, but shows dedication in keeping the mall he works at safe. Also, Paul wants to be a good father figure for his daughter, and the movie has some anti-feminism aspects as showing the father as the good parent against a mother (not present in the movie though, only seen in a photo), who only married him to get legal status in the country and then left him, which could also be seen as an anti-illegal immigrant message. This film is also somewhat anti-environmentalism.”

Space Jam:

“Michael Jordan uses the help of beloved animated children's characters, the Looney Tunes, from the 1950s (a simpler time in America's history) to beat back alien invaders from outer space who wish to take away our freedoms.”

Suicide Squad:

“A team of super villains are given a second chance to fight for the greater good. Surprisingly the film glorifies some conservative values. The villain's a Pagan goddess named Enchantress ( a rare film where liberal Hollywood actually portrays a Pagan as evil instead of the tragic hero nonsense we've seen). Also, even throughout the film is about supervillains, many of them regret their life of crime, such as one of the characters Deadshot abandons his opportunity to kill Batman on his daughter's behalf and another character El Diablo who used his superpower for evil ends up accidentally killing his family, which has haunted him. Moreover, in a dream sequence villain Harley Quinn shows her deepest desires which is being a housewife (points for having the guts for showing a female character not wanting to be part of the feminist agenda, especially in this day and age, even if it not surprisingly infuriated liberal critics[21]). More interesting enough the director David Ayer is a Christian[22] who was once in the Navy.[23] So it's not surprising he added these values onto his film.”

Super Mario Bros.:

“Has a pro-Second Amendment message in that an old lady, before mugging them, explicitly states the titular characters need to have a weapon to survive on the streets of Dinohatten (which is depicted as a lawless hellhole), and also having a condemnation towards Communist/fascistic-style big government in the form of King Koopa (who is depicted as a human-looking character in the film, as opposed to his dragon-like form of the video game). It also is to some extent anti-evolution and anti-social Darwinism, as although the story's backstory does involve dinosaurs evolving into humanoid creatures from being sent to a separate dimension from that of humans, the villains are the ones who largely focus on this aspect and want to eliminate humans as inferior to themselves.”
 

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I do love the film review on the “Greatest Conservative Movies” page:

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off:

“Shows teenage fun without the use of drugs, alcohol or smoking, the main character spends a lot of time with his girlfriend and possibly chooses abstinence. Ferris says that "I'm not European, I don't plan on being European. So, who gives a crap if they're socialists? They could be fascist anarchists, it still doesn't change the fact that I don't own a car. Not that I condone fascism." He also says, he is not socialist, and will never be socialist. Mocks public schools and liberal teaching. Conservative commentator and comedian Ben Stein appears in this movie as one of Ferris's teachers.”
Obviously likes Ferris Bueller's Day Off (who doesn't), but the Ben Stein thing has to be the biggest stretch ever, considering that teacher was a throwaway joke and one of the movie's minor antagonists.

It did show Ben Stein's talent as a character actor, I suppose.
 
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