A friend gifted me with the book by Roger Stone titled The Man Who Killed Kennedy: The Case Against LBJ.
My lack of desire to read this book is exceeded only by the speed of the decay and dissolution of the Republican party.
I decided that part of the issue is that I don't trust the author. (The Washington Times calls it a swing and miss.) My friend replied, "what about the footnotes and citations in the book?" I said they can be made up. "Fake news" is something everybody appreciates now even if everyone points to a different set of fake news. One thing we can all agree on is that fake news exists.
I've decided to try to advance the cause of vetting and reading with the following decision tree flowchart (click to enlarge):