Since Friday Wikipedia has gotten heavy traffic on its Paul Revere page, including (reportedly) people going in and changing the entry to match what Sarah Palin said about him. I read what was on there just now, seems pretty straightforward. Nothing about "warning the British."
I thought I'd then have a look at Conservapedia, the web-site set up to be the counter balance to what somebody decided was the liberal bias of Wikipedia. Maybe they'd come up with something "creative" to back up Sister Sarah. When I looked I had to laugh. I guess that site doesn't want to be taken seriously.
Here is the entire entry:
Paul Revere (1734-1818) was a silversmith in colonial America who was very active in Boston-area revolutionary groups such as the Sons of Liberty. He is famous for riding from Boston to Lexington, Massachusetts with William Dawes on the night of April 18, 1775 to warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock that British troops were coming to arrest them. Revere was captured before he could reach Concord, but managed to escape. His midnight ride was immortalized by a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Wikipedia has seven full pages. I will say this for the Conservapedia entry: I don't see any bias. So what was their point?