Paul Slansky 342

Paul Slansky is amassing a memory for Americans allergic to accountability and addicted to amnesia. SLANSKY is a regular contributor to The New Yorker, where his quizzes skewering the beyond contemptible Bush “presidency” have been appearing since the 2000 election was stolen. His work has also appeared in, among dozens of publications, The New York Observer, Spy, The New York Times Magazine, The New Republic, Newsweek, Esquire, Playboy, Rolling Stone and The Soho News. He is the author of The Clothes Have No Emperor, a New York Times best-seller about the Reagan presidency, The George W. Bush Quiz Book, and the co-author of Dan Quayle: Airhead Apparent and My Bad: The Apology Anthology. His latest book is Idiots, Hypocrites, Demagogues, and More Idiots. He lives in Santa Monica, California.