By Jenn Jacques
In this week’s Cam’s Corner in America’s 1st Freedom, Cam Edwards called out Hollywood’s “creative types” responsible for their heavy-handed ideological product placement of gun control while ignoring compelling stories that would appeal to a large swath of the American public.
But Edwards produces a much better lineup than anything that is Now Playing or Coming Soon to theaters near you.
Can you imagine any of the following stories showing up as movies at your local movieplex or being available to stream on Netflix or Hulu?
“In the Arena—The Charlton Heston Story”
Starting with his work in the civil rights movement (including being on the podium with Martin Luther King at the Lincoln Memorial in 1963) and continuing on through his National Rifle Association presidency, this sweeping biography of Charlton Heston presents the story of one man’s decades-long fight for individual liberty and freedom. Based on a true story.
“Bullseye—The Ginny Thrasher Story”
18-year old Ginny Thrasher is a West Virginia University freshman trying to settle in to a new routine. She’s also a student athlete, and over the course of her freshman year she wins an individual NCAA Rifle Championship, helps lead her team to the NCAA team championship and earns a spot …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms