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A Trump Presidential Memoir Would Be a Good Thing

Even if it’s whiny, hammy, and full of lies

Image by johnhain freely available on Pixabay

Ever seen the movie The Love God? Set in swinging 1969, Don Knotts — yes, Barney Fife! — plays Abner Peacock, publisher of a soon-to-be-insolvent birdwatching magazine.

Desperate for funding, Abner is tricked into partnering with smut peddler Osborn Tremain, who turns The Peacock

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Anthony Aycock

Anthony Aycock

Writer. Teacher. Librarian. Lover of books, cats, and comic cons. Hater of vegetables.

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