Fire from the Heartland

The conservative woman is at the same time underestimated and misunderstood by the national media and leftists in general.

Often, liberals will poke fun at the conservative woman whom they believe has resigned herself to subservience to the patriarchal dreams of conservative men.

At the redstate gathering in Austin, TX this past weekend, I had the opportunity to view a fascinating film.  “Fire From the Heartland” is stylized look into the heart and mind of the recently awakened conservative woman referred to these days as “Mama Grizzlys”.

From the perspective of a broad spectrum of women like Michelle Malkin, Dana Loesch & Deneen Borelli, the film tells the story through these women’s lives of how the conservative awakening taking place across America is spear headed these upstarts.

I had the opportunity to meet the director, Stephen Bannon, while at the RS Gathering and he kindly agreed to let me interview him for my podcast.  You may recognize Stephen’s name as he also directed the award winning film “Generation Zero” which was featured on Hannity and was produced in conjunction with Citizens United.

The interview starts about 10 minutes into the show and is fascinating and insightful.

Renewing America with Ben Howe

If you’d like to buy a copy of the movie (they make great gifts!) then visit their website as the film is available now! Here’s the trailer for the movie if you still need convincing.

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3 thoughts on “Fire from the Heartland

  1. Holly Lamb says:

    How do I subscribe?

  2. Woody says:

    Wow. That looks like a great movie! I’d buy some as Christmas presents, but Christmas is a few months too late… perhaps for I’ll give them out for Trick or Treat.

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