SourceWatch:How does SourceWatch relate to Wikipedia?
SourceWatch can be seen as complement to Wikipedia. Since both use the Free Documentation License for articles, parts of them can be easily exchanged, when beneficial.
Wikipedia is a general encyclopedia covering all topics that traditionally belong in an encyclopedia. SourceWatch covers the one specific subject of propaganda-related items, in which much more detailed background information can be given.
A key difference between Wikipedia and SourceWatch is that Wikipedia's editorial policy is based around the concept of neutrality. Unfortunately, a neutral point of view only works when there is a universal consensus on at least the basic, key facts, a state which is hard to achieve in the face of disinformation. Thus, SourceWatch is based on the policy of "fairness and accuracy".
In the near future, more topic-specific, wiki-based, free encyclopedias will probably be initiated.
Controversial Content on Wikipedia
Moving content from SourceWatch to Wikipedia may require a slight shift in tone. For a good example of how controversial topics can be handled on Wikipedia, see the "John F. Kennedy assassination" article there. Recent coverage of the Iraq war has also supported a surprisingly wide range of views without collapsing into argument or hostile presentation; this may also be helpful or instructive.