Mark Herr here shares a video history of the Bundy Standoff
Mark Herr, President and co-founder of Center for Self Governance (CSG), made a video history of a standoff between people and the government. People gathered to support Cliven Bundy’s right to graze on the land that he and his ancestors have been grazing on for generations.
I had the privilege of being in some of Mark Herr’s CSG classes, during the time of the Bundy standoff. Mark is one of the brave people in our country, who sacrifices most of his life in order to stand up for our liberty, and educate others how to stand up.
Link to a previous post (0301) on this website,
that gives the history of the Bundy situation, and
Cliven Bundy cleared of all Federal Charges (Dec. 20, 2017)
Fred Holden forwarded a letter from Scott G. Bullock, President and General Counsel for Institute for Justice. An excerpt from that letter:
“The Institute for Justice is headed to the big screen this spring! Little Pink House, the story of IJ client Susette Kelo’s historic battle to save her home from eminent domain abuse, will make its debut in multiple theaters across the country this April. Starring two-time Academy Award nominee Catherine Keener and Emmy nominee Jeanne Tripplehorn, and featuring cameos of several IJ staffers, this film captures the real-life drama of IJ’s work—and the courage all IJ clients share in fighting for their rights against seemingly insurmountable odds.”
Next month (April 20, 2018) a movie (“Little Pink House”) will be released to some theaters. In Denver it will be released May 4-10. See other release dates near the end of this article.