Andrew Schlafly, native son of political activist Phyllis Schlafly, is featured in one of the Los Angeles Times’ most-viewed stories today. A New Jersey-based lawyer, Andrew Schlafly founded six-month-old Conservapedia.com, the Right’s answer to the write-your-own online encylopedia, Wikipedia. Check out the LA Times story here.
According to Schlafly’s own entry in Conservapedia, he teaches one of the largest homeschool classes in the world.
Wikipedia’s entry on Andrew Schlafly, on the other hand, takes pains to enumerate the differences in the two “encyclopedias’” editorial philosophies….
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