National Parks: What happens, in the near future, when Congress plans to bail out a bankrupt America by selling the national parks to the highest bidders by Rolf Margenau

National Parks: What happens, in the near future, when Congress plans to bail out a bankrupt America by selling the national parks to the highest bidders by Rolf Margenau
https://www.amazon.com/National-Parks-Congress-bankrupt-national-ebook/dp/B01FSZHY3W

The best book for lovers of semi-dystopian, satirical send ups of political malfeasance, corporate greed, and threats to America's environment. Rolf Margenau skewers all available targets in Washington's beltway in his story about what happens a few years from now when Congress wants to bail out a bankrupt America (caused by legislative ineptitude) by selling our national parks to the highest bidders. This is a slap the table funny book that also encourages the reader to appreciate the glory of our national parks and worry about their potential loss.

Some characters from the author's earlier books reappear, and  new ones include the deliciously corrupt Crouch triplets; the beautiful lobbyist, Tureen O'Porto (deficient of conscience); Sneath Naydir, closet toe fetishist, early adopter of all things digital, and lobbyist; Melvin Salmon, genius computer maven who creates a pornographic avatar app that makes him a millionaire; Benjamin Franklin Chang, Hong Kong billionaire gangster who lusts for the Smoky Mountain National Park; and other surprising people you might recognize (or be).

The activities of legislators are reported as though "ripped from the headlines" of tomorrow. They act pretty much as they do now. That is, ineffective, argumentative, and inactive. It's business as usual.

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