I teach philosophy at a state college. My favorite section is a hefty compilation of material fallacies, which are different from logical fallacies. Material fallacies are misuses of content and logical fallacies redirect the flow of argument like a bug in a logic tree chewing on the limbs, to mix metaphors. The book I use which treats this well is Peter Kreeft's Socratic Logic. Unlike most academic books, this one is only about $40, last I heard. Worth getting and reading just for fun.
I actually thought about doing some presidential campaign work using every single material fallacy Kreeft lists. I stopped when it was clear that no one would be able to tell the difference between the ironic exercise and an actual campaign.