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'''Liberal Gloss''' is the term used to describe the language the [[Liberal Elite]] use in written sources, such as newspapers and books. Liberals generally tend to try and make themselves seem intelligent by adding rare quotes and decadent eastern philosophies into their work. Although typical of the deceit Liberals spin out, it is not surprising when you consider Liberals tend to deceive at any given opportunity in order to groom their false sense of superiority. [[Conservapedia]] actively removes Liberal Gloss from any of its articles.  
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'''Liberal gloss''' is the term used to describe the language that [[liberal]]s use, specifically language which "glosses" over certain important facts. [[Conservapedia]] actively removes liberal gloss from any of its articles.
  
[[Category:Politics]]
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==See also==
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*[[Owen Lattimore]]
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==Further reading==
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*[http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1282/is_n13_v41/ai_7722313 Why are the liberals whitewashing? - Owen Lattimore in the liberal press], by [[William F. Buckley]], Jr., ''[[National Review]]'', July 14, 1989.
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[[Category:Political Essays]]
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[[Category:Deceit]]
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[[Category:Liberalism]]
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Latest revision as of 13:02, 27 March 2017

Liberal gloss is the term used to describe the language that liberals use, specifically language which "glosses" over certain important facts. Conservapedia actively removes liberal gloss from any of its articles.

See also

Further reading