This is what NewsMax's Ronald Kessler has been reduced to in his slavering defense of the Bush administration: an April 18 article declaring that letters written by Bush are among the most valuable with collectors of presidential letters.
Indeed, it appears that Kessler may be looking to cash in while the market's still hot. he writes:
In thanking me for an autographed copy of my book "A Matter of Character: Inside the White House of George W. Bush," Bush's father hand-penned a note letting loose his unvarnished feelings about the media coverage of his son and specifically about author Kitty Kelly. Such a letter would have greater value than a more mundane one, Zimet observed.
Did Kessler pull a two-fer by turning an appraisal into an article? Regardless, go for it, Ron!