Here we're parodying Conservapedia and we know we're exaggerating.

Three things of note have happened on February 12th.

  1. In 1825, the conservative warmongers of the time finished chasing the Creek Native Americans out of Georgia so that they could have even more land upon which to settle.
  2. In 1924, early Neocon Calvin Coolidge became the first US President to deliver a political speech over the radio, thereby beginning a century of conservative control over yet another form of media.
  3. In a huge victory for justice, logic and humanity as a whole, President Bill Clinton was acquitted at his impeachment trial. Since then, Republicans have been griping about it nonstop. Now did they gripe when Richard Nixon avoided impeachment?