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Free Screening: Wolves in Government Clothing

REGISTER TODAY for Free Screening: “Wolves in Government Clothing”

With Filmmaker David Spady

Q&A Session to Follow

Thursday, February 20, 2014 at  6:00 PM

C’Mon Inn, 6139 E Valley Center Rd, (Near Costco) Bozeman

Wolves in Government Clothing” is a documentary film about predators in the wild, and in government, and how the Endangered Species Act (ESA) has empowered both of them to destroy people’s lives.

In this documentary, produced by Bozeman-native David Spady, you will “witness firsthand accounts from those who are forced to deal with wolves on a daily basis. It’s the story of two predators with similar characteristics: wolves and Federal government agencies. The reality is, if we don’t control these predators…they will control us.”

You will also see the shocking truth

  • Kid cages at school bus stops in New Mexico
  • 3/4 of the northern Yellowstone elk herd wiped out
  • Ranchers losing their livelihoods
  • Indian tribal lands invaded

David Spady is a public affairs and media consultant with a passion for outdoor recreation. He spends countless hours each year fly fishing, hiking, and exploring the great outdoors. He also has a passion for storytelling and political activism. David has been a guest on numerous television news programs including FOX News, CNN, ABC, NBC, CBS and Inside Edition. He is currently an in-house adviser for a major talk radio network and a consultant for the largest conservative grassroots organization, Americans for Prosperity.

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