Synopses & Reviews
An agency of the Federal government raids a beach house in Puget Sound on the pretext of a firearms violation. An unforeseen cataclysm results in the loss or unaccountable absence of a number of the government's operators. This, in turn, primes the Attorney general with appropriate zeal and intent to push through the mechanism repealing the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
In due course, two thirds of the states call for Congress to repeal the Second Amendment. The Senate Majority Leader and the Speaker of the House make a joint announcement to the Washington Press Corps that the recommendation to convoke a Constitutional Convention has been sent to the President.
A select few are privy to the fact that the latest push to outlaw the Second Amendment would not be about gun control but something far more sinister. It would take better men like former Diplomatic Security agent, Peter Cleague, Lawyer John Luther, and Senator Al Sherman to not only protect what the Founding Fathers knew was crucial to good government, but to take on a fight for the very survival of the nation.
Is it only a matter of time?