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The Illegitimate President

Donald John Trump, the forty‑fifth President of the United States of America, is an illegitimate president.  He is an unindicted co‑conspirator to a federal crime.  He is a kidnapper of thousands of children.  In less than two years, he has misused millions in American taxpayer dollars, so that he could play numerous rounds of golf. And that is just the beginning to his list of unindicted criminality. The man is a fraud.  He is a charlatan.  He is a carpetbagger.  What is more, he is a xenophobic, transphobic, sexist, racist, misogynistic, jingoistic, homophobic, greedy excuse for a human being.  As such, he is unfit to hold office, and every one of his official acts as the President of the United States of America—to date—is unconstitutional (i.e., null and void). * * * Today, the American People possess four Constitutional options to end the illegitimate presidency of Donald John Trump. First, Donald John Trump could obey his oath of office to the Constitution for the United States of Am…

A Shameless Announcement of My First Novella (Coming Soon)

Hello, dear Reader. On 15 September 2018, I shall do my utmost best to upload and self‑publish on Amazon my newest fictional work:  a novella. It is contemporary American fiction because, as a budding American author of fiction and expository essays, that subject, at present, is what interests me the most.  The novella began as a short story, but it grew over time. As a result, my original plan—which was to self‑publish (in e‑format only) on Amazon (initially) a new short story for each month of 2018—took an unanticipated detour through a fictional, scenic landscape. However, in the interim, between now and mid‑September of 2018, my first self‑published short story (also a work of contemporary American fiction) is available (but only on Amazon as an e‑book). It is entitled “When in Doubt, Bake a Cake”.  If you have some time and if you are curious to read it (and if you have a few coins stashed away in your literary discretionary income column), then here is a Bitly link to it (https://a…