july, 2017

mon24jul6:30 PM7:30 PMAuthor Event: Stephen Rodenbeck6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Southeast Branch

Event Details

Author Stephen Rodenbeck presents his book, Kennedy’s Revenge: The Election of 2016.

Part Tragedy and Hope, part Atlas Shrugged, and part Money Masters, Kennedy’s Revenge: The Election of 2016 is the story of third-party candidate, Fitzgerald Cavendish, who discovers that he is the illegitimate son of one of the most famous figures of the 20th Century. While researching the death of his father, Fitzgerald discovers how the United States evolved into a welfare state that is nearly $20 trillion in debt with a healthcare crisis, illegal immigration problem, and a never ending war against terrorism. Armed with this knowledge, Fitzgerald uses his recently discovered celebrity (and America’s obsession with it) to catapult himself into the first presidential debate, where he divulges the greatest conspiracy of all. This well researched dark journey through the past is a complete rewrite of the specious history that is still taught in classrooms and transmitted over the airwaves. Rodenbeck’s exposition endeavors to answer why Lincoln was really killed; and who truly started World War II and why? Kennedy’s Revenge not only answers these questions, but also many, many more. Written in a fiction, non-fiction format, this offering is a manifesto and a clarion call to the citizens of the United States. The conspiracy uncovered is not about religion, but about control: complete control. The book sheds light on how the whole political process is rigged to create the illusion of choice, when in actuality it offers none. By offering solutions that address the root causes of the debt, healthcare, immigration, and security problems, Cavendish makes enemies in very high places.

Stephen L. Rodenbeck holds a B.A. in Economics from Bucknell University. He worked 14 years on Wall Street as a sales trader on Institutional Equity Trading desks, his last job being Senior Vice President of Equity Trading at Prudential Securities. He has authored a book on blackjack under a nom de plume. He currently co-owns various alcohol related businesses and spends most of his free time playing golf. He is a full member of GenerIQ Society.


(Monday) 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM


Southeast Branch