'Clinging' to Guns or Religion -- New Film Explores Importance of the Second Amendment
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VALLEY FORGE, Penn., Nov. 2, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Matrixx Productions, producer of FIAT EMPIRE, CULTURAL MARXISM and SPOILER, announces start of production on MOLON LABE - How the Second Amendment Guarantees America's Freedom. A JAMES JAEGER film, MOLON LABE features presidential candidate, RON PAUL; author-political analyst, PATRICK J. BUCHANAN; author-Freedom Force founder, G. EDWARD GRIFFIN and author-former Minnesota governor, JESSE VENTURA.
MOLON LABE, inspired by the works of EDWIN VIEIRA, JR. (Constitutional attorney with four degrees from Harvard) and his forthcoming book, The Sword and Sovereignty, also features LARRY PRATT, president of Gun Owners of America, radio host/producer, ALEX JONES; SHERIFF MACK; Oath Keepers founder, STEWART RHODES; military commander, DAVID R. GILLIE; and senatorial candidate, JACK ROONEY.
MOLON LABE takes a deep look at the "right of the People to keep and bear arms" and shows how the Militia play a vital role in creating true homeland security and a free nation. Also addressed in the film is the "Gun Lobby" and its motives for suppressing the four clauses in the U.S. Constitution that deal with the Militia Powers of the States.
This important film is produced by Edwin Vieira, Jr. and HENRIETTA JAEGER (Mrs. Eugene A. Jaeger), who is the current President of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Society of Colonial Dames. Previous films from filmmaker James Jaeger include FIAT EMPIRE, ORIGINAL INTENT, CULTURAL MARXISM, CORPORATE FASCISM and SPOILER all available through MoviePubs.Net.
Your continued coverage of the progress of MOLON LABE is invited.
Watch a 4-minute pre-production trailer and/or read the narration script c/o the official website at WWW.MOLON.US.
MOLON LABE will be distributed by MOVIE PUBS.
For further information contact the producers at firstname.lastname@example.org or Diana Zoppa Media at 778-628-2770.