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With the glibbest of promotional tag lines, "They're young .
So today I am a "right-wing Catholic," to use the glibbest, simplest label, and have the advantage that I can take my "point of view" anywhere.
To journalists," he says," 'Nightline' is a cautionary tale, but to ABC executives it's a successful case study of media Darwinism--survival of the glibbest.
When such a culture permeates the body politic, government breeds dishonor among men, whereby truth becomes subjective, to be controlled by the most ruthless, cleverest and glibbest members.
And the glibbest second-hand dealer would be hard pressed to shift it on.