News on the Rocks
(Pundits with Training Wheels) Two-girls, one SE Cupp says that famous Michelin Man Impersonator Chris Christie was wrong to politicize Hurricane Sandy disaster relief legislation.
- St. Ronnie's former Attorney General, Edwin Meese who compiled a world-class spank-bank only rivaled by the Vatican (and was chased from office for committing many ethical and legal infractions), says that The Kenyan Usurper can be impeached if he does anything about gun violence. (TPM)
- It's only taken a few days, but recently returned to judiciary Xristian Xrazie Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, who was removed after failing to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments when ordered, is already talking about how the US Law is based upon scripture. (Americans United for Separation of Church and State)
- Best Seller (maybe?) - Notable Xristian Xrazie scold Dr. James Dobson launches his fiction career. Here's the description:
Fatherless is a relentlessly-paced, faith-based, dystopian thriller from Dr. James Dobson and Kurt Bruner set in the future but torn from today's headlines. Well-drawn characters in multiple plot lines are slowly drawn into a national conspiracy with thousands of lives in the balance.
In the page-turning Fatherless, it's 2042, and a long-predicted tipping point has arrived: For the first time the elderly outnumber the vigorous young, creating an untenable economic and moral situation. How will a debt-crippled nation pay for the health care needs of a growing number of seniors living longer? As laws change allowing the elderly to end their lives, they become viewed as financial liabilities, as do the disabled. Jaundiced eyes turn toward any couple with more than two children, making the problem worse. Caught in an intensifying battle between competing cultural agendas is reporter Julia Davidson--a journalist seeking to revive a flagging career; influential young Congressman Kevin Tolbert, a Christian facing his own dilemmas; and a supporting cast of engaging characters who find themselves deep in an ominous conspiracy. In the dystopian tradition of 1984, Brave New World and The Hunger Games, Fatherless projects the headlines of today into the desperate choices of tomorrow.
I would have loved to have heard the pitch for this book. I bet that there wasn't a dry seat in the house. (Christian Newswire)