Forget for a moment that we're meant to accept dopey, prematurely middle-aged Charlie Sheen as an iconoclastic president's brilliant right-hand man, and don't dwell unkindly on the APB that wishfully describes his character as being of "athletic build." And
let's gloss right over the silly conspiracy nonsense that includes an attempted assassination by radio-controlled airplane, a comical conceit that seems to have been stolen from an Andy Sidaris movie. Our favorite part of this purported paranoid political thriller is the database that correlates
every move made by politicians, lobbyists and lawmakers, then spits out evidence of collusive wrongdoing. On behalf of...