Georgia Burns by GOA member Tommy Davis is a fast-paced novel starting in the present and projecting current events into an exciting account of the state of Georgia nullifying federal actions. President Soloto (a takeoff from Obama's childhood surname Soetero) had temper tantrums when faced with a whole state government interposing itself between his thuggish regime and its citizens. The novel begins with the governor of the state leading a commando attack to take over the control tower of the Atlanta airport. He then denied permission for Air Force One to land with the president inside. The pace picks up from there.