These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Acceptable Targets: Pretty much everyone and everything that doesn't conform to Andrew Schlafly's beliefs and views. The site itself has become an Acceptable Target on the internet, bordering on Butt Monkey.
Ad Hominem: They tend to associate liberals with negative personal qualities. And then of course there's this essay making fun of how all atheists are awkward nerds who will never be loved.
Alternative Character Interpretation: A theory occasionally batted about is that Schlafly himself is the ultimate parodist, having created the site either For the Evulz or to make conservatism look bad without offending his mother (Phyllis Schlafly, naturally). If nothing else, the idea does help your SAN score a lot.
Bile Fascination: How many people on the Internet feel about the website. And, arguably, some of its members.
In the page for Classroom Prayer, they state that it has been proved that classroom prayer would get rid of all of America's problems, like every crime you can think of, schizophrenia, obesity, the national debt, suicide, murder... all but global warming. The source they used was a poll that asked if classroom prayer could lower the crime rate. And if that wasn't bad enough, the majority said no. (26 to 15)
Quoting an article from the Daily Mail, Andy claimed that Obama is not going to the Royal Wedding because he was being "rude to the British". However, the article stated that there would be a high security cost to protect the President, not that he was being rude (and frankly, Conservapedia has been far more rude to the British).
After The King's Speech won Best Picture, Andy claimed that the reason "no one was hearing about the Oscar winners" was because "conservative King's Speech 'destroyed' liberal The Social Network". He must not have made a simple Google News search, as virtually every major news website reported on the win. In addition, The Social Network was by no means an unsuccessful film, and at the end of the day, it did win a greater percentage of awards it was nominated for than The King's Speech.
Their page on "conservative values" mentions that one of these values is "emphasizing humility and open-mindedness instead of arrogant certainty about one's own views." This on the very same page that declares "Conservatives are happier than liberals."
Hilarious in Hindsight: Andy once claimed that (while he immensely hates soccer) "the reason Americans suck at soccer is because colleges have allowed women to play sports." One year later, the American women's team made second place in the World Cup.
Misaimed Fandom: Their lists of "conservative" TV shows, films, and music is basically this. For example, they list Star Trek as a conservative show for its usage of morality and its metaphor of the Cold War, even "correctly predicting the winner." note Ignoring the socialist nature of the Federation, the fact that characters question their morals, and that the Klingon Empire actually avoided total collapse. Not to mention the general portrayal of the future as atheist and religion as silly superstition.
The fact that Andy is a teacher should keep you up at night.
Also the fact that the troll contributors are completely indistinguishable from the actual ones, even to Schlafly himself - some trolls have managed to go undetected despite making regular significant contributions to the site for years, and a troll getting promoted to sysop/bureaucrat is a semi-common occurrence. In fact, most trolls are only 'discovered' when they decide to leave the site and deliberately out themselves.
Given that this is Schlafly we're talking about, him teaching the female students less might actually make them smarter.
He also supplies female students with shorter tests as a concession to their limited intellects. It's unclear whether he realizes that this could actually make the female students' tests harder, since each question is worth more...