“Like a lot of celebrities, the Rock is smaller than you expect it to be…” No, not the awesome wrestling star of Walking Tall and this summer’s Will Rogers Institute pre-movie guilt trips. The Rock, dude, as in Judge Roy Moore‘s 5,000-plus pound hunka granite in the shape of the Ten Commandments. Joshua Green goes on tour with the Rock (and Roy) for Atlantic Monthly and offers up a much less-snarky account than this blurb. Green gets it just right, in fact, capturing the surrealism of Moore’s campaign, the historical tradition of Southern politics in which it makes sense, and the realities of religious politics now that allow it to succeed. This story is a model; unfortunately, you have to read it in print or subscribe.