ON-Lion Letter
The provocative new documentary film I Want Your Money, produced by Doug Stebleton, a fellow of the Moving Picture Institute (MPI), assembles an all-star cast of prominent voices of America's conservative movement to provide a powerful and critical examination of the Obama regime and its expansionistic government policies.  It is now in about 500 theaters nationwide.

Combining in-depth interviews, fiery criticism, and charged animated sequences, I Want Your Money is a no-holds-barred critique of the vast expansion of the federal government under the Obama administration and its allied Democratic Congress.  By cleverly juxtaposing footage of Barack Obama with that of Ronald Reagan, threaded together with insightful interviews with Newt Gingrich, Steve Forbes, Ed Meese, Mike Huckabee, John Stossel, Stephen MooreMichael Reagan, Congressmen Tom McClintock and Thad McCotter, and former California Gov. Pete Wilson, among many others, the film exposes the shocking reality of a bloated government.

Director Ray Griggs also allows some major proponents of Big Government to speak for themselves, via archival footage, including Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, and Jimmy Carter, showing how the policies they implemented led to the country's development into an overregulated welfare state.  It also focuses on California as a case study of the perils America will face should there be no change to our government’s current policies.

I Want Your Money skillfully exposes the high cost in lost freedom and economic opportunities in support of a Leviathan-like bureaucratic state and offers alternatives to help steer the United States back towards firm fiscal ground.

A list of theaters in which I Want Your Money is appearing is available online.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports MPI.
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