You can’t make this up — or can we?

Whenever we find ourselves living in interesting times, someone is likely to make the assertion that “you can’t make this up,” implying that people who create novels, television shows, or political propaganda could never invent something as bizarre as real life. The Trump administration has offered daily examples of people who seemingly would cause a novel to be rejected as absurdly unrealistic if they were to appear as…

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Gee, Camp, what were you thinking? Supports gay rights, #2a, #1a, science, and other seemingly incongruous things. Books available on Amazon.

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