|About the Book|
SARAH PALIN:APOCALYPSE AMERICANA is a political novel about a nightmare scenario that could have become historys headlines. It is January 21, 2013, and Sarah Palin, once ridiculed by the political and media establishment, is inaugurated as AmericasMoreSARAH PALIN:APOCALYPSE AMERICANA is a political novel about a nightmare scenario that could have become historys headlines. It is January 21, 2013, and Sarah Palin, once ridiculed by the political and media establishment, is inaugurated as Americas 45th President. What unfolds in SARAH PALIN:POCALYPSE AMERICANA is the confrontation between the Tea Party movement, a revived neoconservative elite once again seeking to use military power to reengineer the world to conform to their vision of American exceptionalism, and the realities of a global economic depression, insoluble sovereign debt crisis, tension with Russia and the rising power of China. The result is a gripping political novel that has the chilling ring of reality.Would Sarah Palin as President unleash a Third World War? Would her Tea Party-derived distrust of government regulation allow corporate interests to run amok, resulting in massive environmental damage? Would the U.S. economy collapse under the dogma of radical tax cuts, despite an explosion in the national debt?Though Sarah Palin has been trivialized by mainstream media, as well as by political observers of both liberal and conservative viewpoints, she was selected as the Vice Presidential nominee of the Republican Party in the 2008 U.S. presidential election, and a times there has been speculation about her possible future presidential ambitions. In SARAH PALIN:APOCALYPSE AMERICANA, a scenario is created whereby a populist political figure rises to the highest level of political leadership in the United States, and through the vehicle of political fiction, the possible impact such an ideological candidate may have on world politics and domestic policy is explored.SARAH PALIN:APOCALYPSE AMERICANA is a timely political thriller, and a sober warning that what is now fiction may become a terrifying reality, should America in the future elect a political ideologue as President and Commander-in-Chief.