I've already documented an issue I have with Wikipedia and the date of the founding of Boston, so when I heard that there was going to be a Conservapedia I had to visit. The Conservapedia says "You will much prefer using Conservapedia compared to Wikipedia if you want concise, clean answers free of 'political correctness'." I'd also add that it is great if you want really, really wrong answers to simple questions. Given the Christian focus of Conservapedia, I did some searching for some of America's earliest religious groups, the Pilgrims and the Puritans. So what did I learn? Well, I learned that "Pilgrims were people (mostly Puritans) in the 1600's that traveled to the American Colonies because of religious persecution in England." Wow. A Christian focus and they can't even tell the difference between Pilgrims and Puritans. For the record, the Pilgrims were not Puritans. The Pilgrims arrived in 1620 at Plymouth, Puritans settled Salem in the late 1620s and Boston, Dorchester, Roxbury, and a few other towns in 1630. Let's try Plymouth Plantation. How did it get settled? According to Conservapedia, it was when "Puritans came to this colony to worship God in their own way." There's that sticky Pilgrim/Puritan problem again, but the Pilgrims have disappeared completely. Where'd they go? Perhaps we'll have better luck with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Who founded the Masschusetts Bay Colony? "The Massachusetts Bay Colony was founded when the pilgrims landed near Plymouth Rock." I guess that makes sense, seeing as how the Puritans had apparently taken over Plymouth Plantation by inventing a time machine.
Let's tally it up: three entries, three egregious errors. But hey, what are facts when you're giving "full credit to Christianity and America"?