What’s it like to start a legal defense institute?
Brad Dacus is a lawyer with a cause. He founded the Pacific Justice Institute which offers its services free of charge. Think of it as a conservative ACLU.
Dan Swecker is a State Senator for the great State of Washington. But he started off raising fish. And the need to lobby on behalf of his industry led his to Olympia to talk to the politicians, and then to become one. As it turns out, politicians, teachers and preachers all share a similar problem: they work much harder than people think they do.
If your film needed a tall, good looking boy who was a Boy Scout, did well in school, played football and was elected class president, you’d have described the childhood of Chuck DeVore. He learned hard work and self-reliance from his parents. And he learned how to overcome fear and pain from football.
Chuck earned a college degree in strategic studies, served as an Army officer, and was a staffer for a US congressman. And although he worked in aerospace for many years, Chuck is probably best known for the years he served in the California State Assembly. Politicians spend a lot of time on the road; they are like musicians without guitars. For Chuck DeVore’s site click here.
I tracked Terry Hart to Cody, WY. It’s apparently where ex-police officers hang out. They go there to get away from crime, drink coffee and shoot at fence posts. But back when he was a cop in LA, things were quite different. Terry explains the best part of job, the value of martial arts, and why you should be prepared before you go to a police academy. He also shares how he got through taking someone’s life.