The endless stream of end-of-the-year lists has started. Rolling Stone is out with its rogues' gallery for 1988, which the magazine describes as "a fabulous year for the rich and shameless." Among the "fools, fakes and fiends we hope to see less of" next year are: billionaire acquisitor Donald Trump, the Rev. Al Sharpton and his discredited charge, Tawana Brawley, discredited Olympic sprinter Ben Johnson, discredited evangelist Jimmy Swaggart, "pop-culture vulture" Albert Goldman, White House lame ducks Ronald and Nancy Reagan, the unhappy family of Robin Givens, Mike Tyson and Ruth Roper and vice president-to-be Dan Quayle. The magazine features a picture of a smiling Quayle marching in formation in golf shoes with a golf bag slung over his shoulder.