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  • December 30,2013 Pew Research Poll: The GOP once again proves itself the party of ignorance, as six out of ten Americans believe that humans evolved, compared with forty-three percent of Republicans. Not that six out of ten is an amazing number either[1].
  • December 17, 2013 After a government shutdown, Paul Ryan and John Boehner] finally got their acts together and the budget deal is heading to the Senate[2].
  • December 14, 2013China had a space craft land on the moon[3].  For China-fearing Conservatives: Without the Sequester we could be on Mars.
  • November 5,2013: Democrats win the race for mayor of New York City and governor of Virginia, while losing the race for governor of New Jersey
  • October 17, 2013: Congress agreed a deal to prevent total disaster in the last few hours, according to the BBC there is relatively little damage to Obamacare.  Even moderate Republican, John McCain thinks the affair is shameful. [4] The USA have breathing room. [5]  Will hard line Republicans see they're damaging their own cause before the next deadline in February 2014?  Alternatively will this carry on till large numbers of Republicans get voted out of office?
  • October 10, 2013: NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll: The GOP has a twenty-four percent approval rating; the Tea Party has a twenty-one percent approval rating; and Barack Obama has a forty-seven percent approval rating.  High approval ratings were also polled for the Democratic Party; while John Boehner and Ted Cruz have low approval ratings. [6] [7][8] Let's hope it stays that way till the mid term elections next year and longer.
  • October 1, 2013: The US government has shut down as Conservatives try a last ditch attempt to stop Obamacare.  The GOP cares more about stopping Poor people getting better health care than they do about the US government having the cash to run things. [9] [10][11]  Roman Catholic bishops lobbied for the shutdown because they care more about preventing access to Contraception than they do about preventing harm to people in need. [12]
  • September 12, 2013: It's a great day for science when a human spacecraft enters interstellar space for the first time.[13]
  • August 30th 2013 Mariama N, a Gambian Lesbian faces deportation from the UK back to Gambia where she could be persecuted. [14]  There are other similar cases. [15]
  • June 25th, 2013: The conservative United States Supreme Court guts the Voting Rights Act, making it easier for Republicans to suppress minority voters.[16]
  • June 18th 2013: The leaders of advanced nations have agreed measures they hope will stop powerful corporations avoiding paying taxes they should pay. [17] Will this type of action stop the Rich getting richer while ordinary people and Poor people get worse off? We'll have to wait and see.
  • June 18th 2013: Scientists are meeting to see if they can find out if extreme weather in the UK over the past few years is due to Climate change. [18]
  • June 12th 2013 In the UK real incomes of ordinary workers are falling [19] meanwhile the richest 10% are getting proportionately more to spend on luxuries they don't need. [20]
  • May 29th, 2013: Michele Bachmann quits! [21]
  • May 22nd, 2013: Common-sense immigration reform passes Senate Judiciary committee [22]
  • April 25th, 2013: Roman Catholics fired a teacher for being gay and in a relationship with a consenting adult woman. RC's think they're persecuted because they face legal consequences. [23] Meanwhile priests who messed harmfully with kids weren't fired throughout the 20th Century.
  • February 18, 2013: Mississippi finally abolishes slavery.[24]
  • February 7, 2013: Megan and Grace Phelps-Roger leave the Westboro Baptist Church and apologize for 'inflicting pain' [25]
  • Hugo Chavez dies of cancer [26][27]
  • February 2, 2013: Fewer people now trust Faux News than ever before, as people are catching on that Fox News, Fixed News -- whatever -- misrepresents the news.  [28]
  •  January 25-26, 2013: the Czech Republic chose a social democratic president. [29]
  •  January 9, 2013: The Republican Congress is quite unpopular[30]
  • January 8, 2013: Looks like not many people like the Tea Party.[31]
  • January 4, 2013: After telling 47% of Americans he doesn't care about them, Romney ends up with almost exactly 47% of the vote
  • January 1st, 2013: Rich Americans will pay more tax but in a few months there will  be spending cuts. [32]December 22, 2012: The world did not end yesterday.
  • December 17, 2012: After the CT shooting, many have become concerned about gun control policies being too weak -- in fact, the new gun control petition became the most popular on the White House website ever
  • December 15, 2012: John Kerry has been nominated for Secretary of State
  • December 14, 2012: If conservatives love kids so much, why are they willing to allow a guy to have a gun to kill 5 year olds.  IN A SCHOOL.  WHY???
  • December 12, 2012: Romney earns the award for lie of the year! Nobody is surprised.
  • December 9, 2012: Today same-sex couples can officially marry in Washington!
  • November 10, 2012: President Obama finishes with 332 electoral votes after winning Florida!
  • November 6, 2012: Barack Obama has won a second term by a whisker. [33][34]
  • June 28, 2012: The U.S. Supreme Court actually upholds President Barack Obama's health care law a.k.a. the "Affordable Care Act!" Yay!
  • May 9, 2012: President Barack Obama is the first sitting U.S. Preisdent to support same-sex marriage! Woo-hoo! He supported it back in 1996. May he stay on the right side for good!
  • April 25, 2012: Mitt Romney is officially clearly to be the GOP nominee! Oh, no! A flip-flopper will be nominated by the GOP! What else is new?
  • February 12, 2012: W00t! the filthy rich might get taxed next year!
  • February 6, 2012: Way to bite the hand that feeds you. Oh, wait a sec...
  • January 19, 2012: It looks like the Wikipedia protest got somewhere, US Congress faced a tidal wave of protest. [35] [36]
  • January 18, 2012: Wikipedia and other websites have blacked out for a day in protest against US proposals to penalise websites that even unknowingly link to sites infringing copyright. [37] [38] [39] [40]
    *December 19, 2011: Dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong II has finally died, his son succeeds him.
  • July 24, 2011: Gay marriage is finally legal in New York State. [41]
  • July 2011: The Rupert Murdoch Phone Hacking Scandal continues, the UK is daily shocked as more is revealed about how the phones of murder victims and their relatives were hacked and more, [42] now the crisis is starting to hit the US. [43]
  • May 2011: First bin Laden was killed, next someone in San Francisco becomes the first man in history to be cured of AIDS. [44]We at Liberapedia are relieved to announce that Donald Trump is NOT running for President. [45]
  • Osama bin Laden is finally dead!
  • Liberapedia officially and proudly endorses President Barack Obama for re-election in the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election. Obama announced on April 4, 2011 that he's running for another term which he deserves to win. Vote for Obama-Biden!
  • Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman who was nominated as VP nominee on a major party ticket and the Democratic one with Walter Mondale, died on March 26, 2011 at 75 after a 12-year battle with the incurable blood cancer known as Multiple Myeloma. She was also unfortunately a Fox News contributor but was still a good liberal.
  • FauxNews Lies Again: Bill O'Reilly used footage from a another location as an attempt to portray the Wisconsin protesters as violent. How do we know? There are no palm trees in Madison, Wisconsin!
  • There's been a Jasmine revolution in Tunisia but we don't know what to expect next.
  • Sarah Palin had an image of shooting victim, Gabrielle Giffords between the crosshairs of a target on her website. This has seriously, perhaps fatally damaged her chances as a Presidential candidate. [46]
  • After seventeen years, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" has been repealed via the legislative process. Naturally, Conservapedia and other Homophobic conservatives are now screaming and pulling their hair out. [47] [48]
  • Democratic incumbent Senator Barbara Boxer leads Republican nominee and failed Business CEO, Carly Fiorina by 8 points in the California U.S. Senate Race.[49]
  • His holy hypocrisy holiness the Pope visited the UK. Many British people were impressed with the glitz but British people haven't forgotten what’s corrupt in the Roman Catholic Church? Even Roman Catholic are uneasy over the Priest Child Molestation Scandal considered “an utter breach of trust”, Clerical Celibacy, and the low status of women in the church. [50]
  • Christine O'Donnell the Tea Party-Republican candidate for the Senate Seat from Delaware is revealed to have been the architect of a 1996 Anti-Masturbation Campaign. An archived video of a campaign ad from O'Donnell is here and some people/ men actually feel like masturbating to that lady. [51]
  • The 9th anniversary of 9/11 has passed. Never forget! Please, remember that 19 extremists do not change the beliefs of a whole religion! We are higher than Rev. Terry Jones and his response to extremism with extremism!
  • Republican Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona announces she will not attend anymore candidates debates. Brewer also refuses to answer questions on her fake claims of headless bodies being found in the desert. [52]
  • Birther Activist, Republican Orly Taitz has been smacked down by the Supreme Court and will be forced to pay the $20,000 fine for her attempts to misuse the legal system.[53]
  • A ban on cluster bombs comes into effect in 108 nations, except for the United States, Russia, China, and Israel. Conservapedia is of course angry that "such an effective weapon" has been banned in so many nations. [54] [55]
  • Rasmussen Reports moves the U.S. Senate Race in Nevada from a tossup to leaning Democratic.[56] With the last six polls showing Harry Reid, Senate Majority Leader, leading over Republican, Sharron Angle.
  • Federal judge blocks key parts of Arizona's immigration law. The ruling halts implementation of parts of the law that require police to determine the immigration status of people they stop. This part of the law has been criticized as racial profiling.[57]
  • The Pope deplores police raids in Belgium aimed at uncovering child abuse. [58] Why on earth might the Pope want to discourage a thorough investigation? Many guilty priests, even a Belgian bishop have resigned, [59]. We at Liberapedia hope the pope is sincere in wanting justice.
  • Fox News getting full of themselves? Gretchen Carlson compares her job as a Fox News anchor to being the President of the United States.[60]
  • Barack Obama makes his first Oval Office address to the nation, discussing his plan for the BP oil spill.
  • More faulty Conservative logic: Natural disasters are a act of the god. Really? If they are a act of god then why did a recent lightning storm burn down a statue of Jesus?[61]
  • US Vice President Joe Biden visits South Africa to discussed a range of issues with his South African counterparts.[62]
  • Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski's resolution that would have dismantled the Clean Air Act and increase America's oil dependence by billions of barrels. Has been defeated by Democrat Senators by a vote of 53 - 47 [63]
  • Does a Sarah Palin endorsement matter? Not at all, in South Carolina Nikki Haley faces a run-off election, despite being endorsed by Palin.
  • Anti-Incumbent Year in America? Nope, Democrat Sen. Blanche Lincoln wins her party's nomination even though she was targeted for defeat, she was also endorsed by Bill Clinton who called her "the comeback kid" [64]
  • The Pope did far too little to protect children from Priestly child sex abuse, see A problem with Paedophilia. Should he resign? Will he die?*By a seven vote margin, the House has voted in favor of health care reform. [65]
  • The Tea Party finally has a liberal alternative. The Coffee Party has been launched, with more liberal ideals like how the government is not the enemy. [66]
  • FINALLY! A FATWA ON TERRORISM! [67] Some crazy people think Dr. Tahir ul-Qadri is "too late", but consider for a moment that it took Vatican City 350 years to admit Galileo was right all along.
  • RIP Charlie Wilson, the Democratic Representative from Texas who defeated the Soviet Union. [68]
  • For all the controversy the pro-life ad with Tim Tebow during the Super Bowl generated, the ad was of pretty bad quality. [69]
  • James O'Keefe, the conservative kid who "exposed" ACORN by posing as a pimp, has been arrested for attempting to bug Senator Mary Landrieu's office phone and could face up to ten years in prison. He has already been thrown under the bus by the FauxNews anchors who praised him a few months ago. [70]
  • Conservapedia is reporting about things only they care about, again. They have posted a video regarding Atheism on YouTube and now they are reporting about every positive comment. Note that the comments you post first must wait their approval. That may present you how trustworthy that really is. [71]
  • Please donate to Médecins Sans Frontières and provide aid to the Haiti victims![72]
  • Unemployed or retired Tea Baggers are planning on striking. [73]
  • The Bible is just too liberal for Conservapedia who have decided to remove the liberal bias from the word of god. [74] This implicitly acknowledges that god is not conservative.
  • They plan to translate Conservapedia into different languages so in future you won't even have to speak English if you want to laugh at CP. [75].
  • Scientists have discovered a Super-Earth called GJ1214b, which probably contains liquid water and is 40 light years from Earth. [76][77]
  • Andrew Schlafly was interviewed on Tuesday 8th Dec by Stephen Colbert and you can watch it here. Yes, he was. Conservapedia has essentially made a ghetto for liberals to "vent their steam" about the interview.
  • Conservapedia reports that "people are leaving Wikipedia in droves". 490,00 out of 3,000,000 users hardly qualifies as "leaving in droves".
  • Germans have now lived twenty years in a world without walls. Reagan had little to do with it.
  • The US House of Representatives has passed the Health Care reform bill! [78]
  • Conservapedia reports that newspaper circulation is declining and it is "time for them to take a break from printing their liberal claptrap." (Conservapedia imagines practically anyone who disagrees with them is a liberal, even Fred Phelps) Here at Liberapedia, we are sure that the Internet is the primary force that is killing newspapers and we'll keep putting out our Liberal message.
  • President Obama has won the Noble Peace Prize! Many at Conservapedia are pissed.[79][80]
  • Germans have gone to the polls and it looks like they are in for four more years of Angela Merkel. At least it is democracy! [81] And whoever is in government the Germans will carry on with good liberal institutions like Universal Health Care. [82] [83]
  • Fox News posts an ad saying "How Did ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC and CNN Miss This Story?" (the 9/12 Tea Party) and Conservapedia accuses them of getting upset. Breaking News: CNN DID have coverage of the Tea Party, along with all those other networks. In other words, they have suffered a reality checkmate. [84]
  • Senator Ted Kennedy is dead. This marks the end of an era, as the last of the Kennedy brothers has passed. Liberals everywhere are mourning his loss, while Conservapedia is having a field day as Kennedy never "repented". [85]*Why so serious, Conservapedia? The Chicago artist of the Obama-Joker poster that has been used on Conservapedia for months reveals it was not his intention for it to become the racist hate symbol it has become. He was bored one day and decided to Joker-ize the President . Some other person slapped on "socialist" to the poster. Otherwise, the artist says that he thinks Obama is still better than Bush. [86]
  • It's a bad time to be gay in Iraq. Ultra-conservatives are sending death squads to round up gay men and kill them. [87]
  • Sonia Sotomayor is confirmed as the 111th person appointed to the Supreme Court, the third woman, and the first Hispanic. Most people are thrilled. [88]
  • The former President, Bill Clinton, went to North Korea and has successfully obtained the pardon of the two journalists who were convicted of illegally entering the country. Unlike Israel, America still has the ability to talk its way into getting its citizens home safe and sound. [89]
  • A father in Wisconsin let a group of people pray round his dying daughter but didn’t get a doctor because he thought that would put the doctor before God. With medical attention the child would almost certainly have survived. The father was charged with second degree homicide. Fortunately the American Courts are more sensible than Fundamentalist Christians. [90]
  • President Barack Obama has promised that before the end of 2009 he will reform United States health care so those who need health care will get it. He gave a terrible example of an elderly woman who found her health insurance wouldn’t cover cancer treatment and had to use her retirement money to pay for treatment. [91] [92]
  • Homophobic man of God , Fred Phelps with his brainwashed daughter want to protest over a UK play about a young man murdered for being gay. Do they think it’s right to murder gays? The British government has banned them from entering the country. The US must put up with them as they’re citizens. American free speech laws allow the Phelps family to spout homophobic garbage but prevent people knowing what Monsanto does. [93]
  • Tension between the government and the Taliban in central Pakistan has escalated over who can beat women better. [94]
I got this

President Obama wants to save America's economy

  • The Pope is out of touch with medical opinion. The respected British medical journal, The Lancet accuses the Pope of distorting science over his claim that condoms shouldn’t be used to combat AIDS. Doctors fear the Popes comments could increase AIDS disastrously. [95]
  • The Pope is out of touch with French Catholics. 80% of French Roman Catholics think their church is wrong over abortion, divorce and homosexuality and over 40% even want the Pope to resign. The majority also disagree with the church over remarriage after divorce. Just under half thinks the Pope defends the Roman Catholic Church badly. [96]
  • During the last three months of the presidency of George W. Bush the United States economy nosedived. Thank you Dubya. [97]
  • Edinburgh University thinks there may be thousands of Intelligent alien civilizations. [98] Don’t they want to talk to us? Why hasn’t SETI found anything?
  • Icelandic President has appointed the worlds first openly gay Prime Minister Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir [99]
  • President Barack Obama has called for the US to become energy independent, saying their reliance on foreign oil and global warming posed threats. [100]
  • The Democratics won the 2008 US presidential election fair and square. Conservapedia still tries to clutch at straws and imagine America is more conservative than liberal. [101]. Well really? The American people are fed up of Bush and his right wing Republican policy. That’s why they chose Barack Obama. He’s President of the United States of America for the next four years, and Conservapedia should try and take it on the chin.
  • Hamas and Israel have reached a ceasefire.[102]
  • The city of Chicago, Illinois, is apparently more dangerous than Iraq. The Republican plot to take over Iraq is almost complete![103]

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