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1) Intro 2) The "Meta-Ideologue" (The years 1987 through 1989, and my study of political ideologies) 3) "The Revisionist Years" (1990 through 1994, the years I was a high-profile revisionist) 4) "The Slow Exit" (1995 through 1997, when I was out of revisionism publicly but still dabbling in it privately - noteworthy for the people I was working with behind-the-scenes, several of whom are quite well known) 5) Sarah May and My First Death" (meeting my fiance Sarah May, and recanting to the JDL) 6) "A Very Different Man (post-Sarah, I emerge a somewhat changed person, 1998 through 2001) 7) "The Beast" (my time with The Beast) 8) "Will His Body Wash Up" (My Second Death) (My faked suicide-by-drowning to escape The Beast) 9) "A Time of Peace" (my life in El Segundo, 2003 through 2004, meeting Fat Frank and having one last go at revisionism) 10) "The Soup Nazi Changes My Life Forever" (2004 onward, and my path to....) 11) "Red Devil" (when I met Rosie) 12) "The Republican Party Animal" (how I got into the political scene) 13) "Friends of Dave" (getting into "Friends of Abe," and hitting my stride) 14) "Devil Does Your Dog Bite" (My Third Death) (Rosie takes me out) 15) "Denounced and Purged" (the reaction of the GOP after my "outing") 16) Epilogue
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David Cole was born and raised in Los Angeles. His father, the doctor accused of killing Elvis Presley, delivered David in the building that is now the Church of Scientology headquarters. Things started out weird. And they'd get worse. Described in the L.A. Times as a "meta-ideologue" ("an existentialist on a quest to understand how ideologues invent their realities"), Cole soon became involved in the controversy that exploded in the early '90s regarding the role and function of the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust, and the extent to which it was used for mass killings. Barely old enough to legally drink, Cole, who is Jewish, found himself appearing as an expert on the camp on such top-rated shows as 60 Minutes, Phil Donahue, Montel Williams, and 48 Hours. He was also interviewed in publications including The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and The Jerusalem Report. In 1997, a $25,000 bounty was put on Cole's head by the violent extremist group, Jewish Defense League. He changed his name and faked his death, emerging years later as filmmaker and respected conservative activist and author David Stein. As Stein, his work was carried by every major conservative organ in the U.S., including Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, Fox News, Commentary, The Weekly Standard, the Breitbart sites, The Daily Caller, The Blaze, and The Washington Times. Stein also ran one of the largest GOP party organizing operations on the West Coast, mixing congressmen, military leaders, and administration officials with rock and roll, pole dancers, and lots of liquor. In 2013, Stein's past as Cole caught up with him, when he was publicly "outed" by his ex-girlfriend. The story of his outing made headlines on The Huffington Post, Yahoo News, AOL News, The Guardian, Gawker, MSN, The Washington Times, and American Spectator, among many other sites and newspapers.