High school history teacher Dan Starney believes the US has strayed far from the ideals of the founding fathers, and he intends to restore liberty to the land. As he sees it, the law means little when the government has become oppressive. Dragged into the public spotlight without warning, he feels rushed to complete his plans, but an attractive young math teacher presents unexpected obstacles. More
Confident that he understands what the founding fathers wanted and that the US has gone astray, and determined to restore liberty to the land, high school history teacher Dan Starney is willing to break the law to recruit his best students to his cause. He doesn't want a bloody revolution, but leaving the bloated federal government in place is not an option. When he is unwittingly drawn into the public spotlight as part of a school controversy, Dan feels the need to speed up his plans, but he's not sure what to do about Karena.
Math teacher Karena Walsh has little interest in politics, unlike her late father. When she starts to suspect that Dan is doing something unethical and possibly dangerous, she decides to secretly find out what she can. As she learns more about Dan, her goal of investigating him starts to conflict with her growing romantic feelings toward him, and she finds more than her career and reputation at risk.