The face of the enemy.
Honestly, it's difficult to know what's scariest about this video but the implication that anyone at all believes Wikipedia to be an appropriate resource for teaching history to high schoolers is, at the very least, bizarre. Also, Andrew Schlafly sounds like he's going through puberty. Continually. I did not realize that before.
Have some fun poking around the admittedly scant pickings. You can check out such titles as "Evolution- Did it happen?" which is, amusingly, simply an advertisement for Conservapedia, and "Evolution- True or False?" And that's about all they have up right now, although I'm quite certain more will appear before long. Regardless, however, don't bother disagreeing with them as they have the best- absolute best- counter-argument I've ever seen. Specifically, if you check out Conservapedia's article on ad hominem you find this:
Or, in plain human writing:
Conservatives understand that the basic moral character of a person is always relevant to an argument. Liberals and Atheists are outraged by examination of an individual's character, considering it to be a personal affront, mainly because they are moral relativists. Conservatives understand how important it is that those debating an issue be trustworthy, otherwise a true debate/discussion cannot happen. An immoral person is of course incapable of making a legitimate, intellectual, argument because they come from deceit, like Richard Dawkins. [emphasis added]
So, in short, if they disagree with your ethics they don't have to bother refuting your argument because, by definition, it must be bad. And it doesn't appear to matter what you're arguing- that 2+2=4, that the sky is blue, whatever- you're just wrong.
Ah, Conservapedia: an electronic bullet to the brainpan.