Very little is needed to explain what President Trump said here. This isn’t a mere pushback against loony John Brennan’s tantrum over having his security clearance revoked. It’s a full on shove of presidential proportions. Wow.
“Killing is easy. It’s the forgetting that’s hard.”
The year is 1923 and Prohibition is the law of the land.
Levi Bowman and his four sons struggle to survive and thrive in the remote woods and mountains outpost of Sultan, Washington. It is a time and place governed by the gun and the fist where family comes first, rules are meant to be broken, and enemies put down.
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“Lots of action, mystery, crackling dialogue, and a touch of romance while also having plenty to say about the importance of family, living by a code, and defending what’s yours.” -MobelyReviews