So leave it to right-wing commentator Glenn Beck to find a way to cash in on the holiday. Beck, best know for his teary-eyed rants, penned a semi-autobiographical novel titled the "Christmas Sweater" about his difficult childhood, which included the real-life drowning death of his mother. Beck uses his personal turmoil to spin yet another snow-kissed morality tale, as if the Christmas season weren't already crowded with 100 years of this baggage. Even better, Beck brings the tale "to life" with a stage show that was simulcast across the country last year and is set for an encore presentation this season. For a mere $20 you too can share in Beck's personal transformation from child of a broken home to the public face of right-wing ignorance and intolerance. If this is the 21st Century's version of "It's A Wonderful Life" I'll need some more eggnog. WTF?