- About David Horsey
- Public Speaking
FROM HANGING CHAD TO BAGHDAD begins with the disputed election of 2000, rolls through the September 11th terrorist attack and on to the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, with detours to the Enron implosion, global warming, airport strip searches and more. The first installments of “Empire Rising,” the allegory of ancient Rome starring the hapless, but politically successful, Bushius the Younger, is a feature of the book. There is also Horsey’s full-color satire of Hollywood, “The New Kids in Tinseltown,” plus excerpts from an interview with Terry Gross on NPR’s “Fresh Air.” The cartoons that won Horsey the Pulitzer Prize in 2003 are included, too. A limited number of copies of this jam-packed book are available.