Alex Yang invented a Time Bubble that allows him to meet his future self for one minute. The only problem is that the future can lie about the past. The President and Vice-President are going to be assassinated unless Yang, Secret Service agent April Nkrumah, and Special Advisor Abe Seeman can save the President.
Norway Ner weaves together Presidential politics, militia groups advocating revolution, and a Speaker of the House wanting the country to return to its Christian roots. Does Pres. Wilson need to become as ruthless as Richard Nixon in order to change things? Can Wilson avoid the assassination that occurred in the original time stream?
Norway Ner gives a new twist to the notion of time travel. What are the implications of changing the past in response to information received from the future?