She went on to direct public relations for the Individual Rights Foundation, a legal support non-profit for conservative and libertarian causes. Flynn became managing editor for the IRF's magazine, The Defender.
Flynn headed public relations and publications for the Radio America Network in Washington DC, where she also produced the nationally syndicated radio program, Profiles.
The Minnesota chapter of the American Lung Association, who describes Flynn "as pitchwoman for comedian Tim Slagle", ridiculed the proposed film in its blog. "A man walks into a Minneapolis bar. Suddenly, his civil liberties are gone! That seems to be the plot summary of 'Devil's Weed' ... What stole this poor man's civil liberties? Why the smoking ban, of course!", the ALA wrote.
Other recent projects include the controversial documentary, "Michael Moore Hates America", which received solid critical attention, including "Two Thumbs Up" from Ebert and Roeper. 
- Devil's Weed (2008) (filming) (producer)
- Michael Moore Hates America (2004) (associate producer)
- Your Mommy Kills Animals (2007) (producer)
Director, Miscellaneous Crew
- Devil's Weed (2006) (filming)
- Michael Moore Hates America (2004) (publicist)
- Full Cast and Crew for "Michael Moore Hates America," IMDb.com.
- American Lung Association of Minnesota, "Digging up the roots of "Devil's Weed"", September 2, 2005.
- Craig Westover, Editorial: "Documentary to tell smoking ban tale," Twin Cities.com / St. Paul Pioneer Press, November 2, 2005. The film Devil's Weed "(fall 2006 release) will chronicle the smoking ban fallout in the Twin Cities and examine the ban trend across the country, 'America's New Prohibition'."