I often spend time perusing Barnes and Noble. Sometimes I find myself in the political section. It seems some of the political books seem to have no bearing on reality. They are designed to sell, who cares if they’re true or not! This is an example!

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Manny Otiko writes about race, politics and sports. He has been published in Salon and LA Weekly. Follow him on Twitter @mannyotiko.

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Manny Otiko writes about race, politics and sports. He has been published in Salon and LA Weekly. Follow him on Twitter @mannyotiko.

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