For those young 'uns that don't know, Larry Burkett was a Christian that had a radio program about money before Dave Ramsey was mainstream. Larry was also an author and passed away a few years ago.
Here are the first three paragraphs of the Prologue of the book.
On February 16, 2001, the President of the United States scheduled an emergency press conference at the White house to discuss his executive order to suspend the Congress. In normal fashion, half of the media staff were assembled at the White House, while the other half were focused on the Senate.
The hastily assembled media room in the Senate building was packed with news people. The last eight years had been a media dream. First the depression of 1996 had sent millions of Americans into the streets to protest as they saw their homes repossessed and businesses ruined. Then the 2000 election of liberal Senator Mark Hunt to the presidency was a clear mandate to government: Restore the economy and stop the rampant crime wave sweeping the nation.
Hunt's reforms pitted him against the Congress, as funding for essential services was drastically reduced. Now, in an unprecedented move, President Hunt had suspended Congress.
Later in the book, it describes a far reaching computer system that controls people and people cannot buy or sell unless they have permission. Christian federal employees that have access to the system, hack it and turn it off. The book came out in 1991.
I will add more as I skim the book and refresh my memory. Larry claims not to have more prophetic insight than any other Christian.