For more than 30 years, through over 200 campaigns, Joe Rothstein was at the center of U.S. politics. Rothstein was a strategist and media producer for United States Senators Tom Daschle of South Dakota, Patrick Leahy of Vermont, Don Riegle of Michigan, Bob Kerrey of Nebraska, Tom Harkin of Iowa, and many others in the campaigns that brought each of them to the U.S. Senate. At its peak, Rothstein & Company could count 10 percent of the Democrats in the U.S. House as his clients. His TV commercials have won many national awards, including the gold medal at the Houston Film Festival. In addition to his work for candidates, Rothstein has consulted and produced media for dozens of commercial and non-profit clients and he has been a featured political analyst on network television and radio. Rothstein is a former editor of the Anchorage, Alaska Daily News, and he is currently chairman and editor of the international news aggregator and distribution service EINNEWS.com. His political opinion columns are published at www.uspoliticstoday.com. Joe Rothstein lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife, Sylvia Bergstrom.
The Salvation Project is a secret conspiracy of international elites convinced that democracy is a hopelessly inadequate and dangerous form of government to cope with the multiple existential threats posed by global warming, nuclear proliferation, artificial intelligence, genetic editing, and other advanced science emerging from the world’s laboratories. The Salvation Project’s goal: take control of the world's most powerful and scientifically advanced nations and create a global autocracy, with the United States as the most important target.
U.S. President Isabel Aragon Tennyson (“Tenny,” as the world knows her) is running for reelection, unaware of the Salvation Project, the threat it poses to democracy in the U.S. and elsewhere, or the fact that her election opponent is a Manchurian-like candidate who would deliver the keys to the White House to Salvation Project leaders. The election will determine not just who will be president, but the future of democracy, and perhaps the future of humanity.