I went to a Barnes & Noble the other day and prominently displayed in the window was a copy of Pat Robertson's new book Right on the Money: Financial Advice for Tough Times. It's not enough that in the 1990's, many evangelical Christians lost their shirts in Robertson's attempt at network marketing American Benefits Plus (later known as Kalo Vita). Also, in the previous decade, Robertson had business schemes involving diamond mining in Africa.
When I did a little more research, I discovered that Robertson promoted the book on Fox News. I don't even want those viewers to take Robertson's financial advice.