President Trump Sells California by Duke Q. WallacePresident Trump Sells California by Duke Q. Wallace

President Trump Sells California

byDuke Q. Wallace

Paperback | January 21, 2016

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 A short political satire in which a President Trump nationalizes the Girl Scouts, privatizes the Supreme Court, and sells the state of California—his way of paying off the Federal debt. Nine brief chapters, each one resolving a real national issue with an excess of creativity and zeal. What happens when the zeal is spent?

Duke Wallace writes in that time-honored tradition of political satirists that reaches as far back in American history as the Revolutionary War period. Tom Paine, Ben Franklin, and their contemporaries used creatively-signed epistles to stir sentiment in favor of home rule. Wallace is both a former Marine and a one-time Republican poli...
Title:President Trump Sells CaliforniaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 7 × 5 × 0.4 inPublished:January 21, 2016Publisher:Parkhurst Brothers Publishers IncLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1624910807

ISBN - 13:9781624910807

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From the Preface: "Public discourse was once the sovereign domain of well-educated, reasonable men and women. No longer. Today, some of our would-be statesmen behave like circus clowns, vying amongst one another to act in a most uncivil and certainly unadult manner in order to secure coveted moments on camera. Apparently, they think we are all as vapid as those Roman citizens of old who could be enticed to vote for any whelp, provided they were given the day off, a hot roll, and a good show. I trust that you have a bit more sense in your head than all that. If you’ve purchased this book, then I must be right. Redemption is only nine chapters away." © May not be used without permission. For more info:

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“THIS is my idea of public discourse. I highly recommend you read this book aloud to your loved ones. It’s only flaw? It can’t be sung!”