I found a website earlier, it is called ‘Conservapedia’. It is the world according to the American far right. It makes for amusing reading. They cover such topics as:
Bias in Wikipedia
Here are some excerpts:
Since World War II a majority of the most prominent and vocal defenders of the evolutionary position which employs methodological naturalism have been atheists.
Barack Hussein Obama II (birth name Barry Soetoro, supposedly born in Honolulu August 4, 1961)
funny how they have no fewer than 5 references to a fact, but they can still put ‘supposedly’ in front of it to discredit it, with no extra effort needed.
Richard Dawkins has established a reputation for avoiding debates with his strongest opponents.
it doesn’t mention that his strongest opponents tend to be rabid lunatics whose positions would be unjustly validated and strengthened if a real biologist was to give them an audience.
From “Bias in Wikipedia”:
Below is a growing list of examples of liberal bias, deceit, frivolous gossip, and blatant errors on Wikipedia. The atheist Jimmy Wales was a lead founder of Wikipedia. Please feel free to contact the atheist Jimmy Wales about any biases you find at Wikipedia.
For 40 plus years, atheism has performed miserably in debates relating to science. In addition, modern science was largely founded by Christians. Atheism is an intellectual hobo when it comes to science.
A liberal (also leftist) is someone who rejects logical and biblical standards, often for self-centered reasons. There are no coherent liberal standards; often a liberal is merely someone who craves attention, and who uses many words to say nothing.
Liberal censorship, British style: nitwits throw eggs and shoes at Tony Blair to interfere with his book signing. The violent protesters almost outnumbered the peaceful supporters of this formerly liberal Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.  Fortunately most Americans respect freedom of speech.
I didn’t know being egged fell under freedom of speech? You must have some incredibly flexible laws over there. Is it limited to certain types of egg or is the flight of any animal’s egg sufficient to trigger freedom of speech?
From their section on biblical scientific predictions:
At the time of Jesus, leprosy was thought to be highly contagious. Jesus rejected that prevailing view and welcomed lepers. Not until the 20th century was it realized that leprosy is very rarely contagious.
Atheists thought the size of Goliath in the Bible to be absurdly large (over nine feet tall), until Robert Wadlow grew to nearly 9 feet tall and was still growing when he died at a young age in 1940.
that proves it then