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Film Assignment for May

Troops, your viewing assignment for May is to watch The Day After Peace. Against all the odds an individual manages to create an annual global ‘Peace Day’; but can he inspire an actual ceasefire and silence the cynics by proving the day...

Film Assignment for April

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of April is to watch Sabine. After you watch Sabine, email your thoughts and comments to denny@frontlinesoffreedom.com.  We’ll review it on the last show of the month. Click HERE to view it...

Film Assignment for March

Troops, your viewing assignment for March is to watch Thailand Untapped: The Global Reach of Engineers Without Borders. A Rutgers documentary team follows three engineering students working with the volunteer group “Engineers Without...

Film Assignment for February

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of February is to watch THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE at the Twin Lights. After you watch The Pledge of Allegiance, email your thoughts and comments to me at denny@frontlinesoffreedom.com.  We’ll review...

Film Assignment for January

Troops, your viewing assignment for January is to watch The Last Imperial Soldier.  It tells the story of a World War II Japanese soldier to refuses to surrender, even after the war ends. One day, a man approaches him, and that encounter changes his...

Viewing Assignment for December

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of December is to watch Tales of the Jersey Shore – “The Morro Castle” – Episode 1. It covers one of the United States’ worst maritime disasters, the SS Morro Castle.  This...

Film Assignment for November

Troops, your viewing assignment for November is to watch 2 By 2: The End of the World in 32 Minutes.  The film is 17.5 minutes long. Your duty is to watch it, then email your thoughts and comments to me at denny@frontlinesoffreedom.com.  We’ll...

Film Assignment for October

Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of October is to watch ‘Bye Bye Now‘. It’s a short nostalgic documentary film that recalls the past importance of phone boxes in Irish life. After you watch Bye Bye Now, email your...

Benghazi on 9-11

Former President Obama recently suggested that outrage over the 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi — which resulted in the deaths of four Americans — was a result of “wild conspiracy theories.” Okay, here are the undisputed...

9-11

On September 11, 2001, our nation was attacked. We must not forget that the war that was initiated against us that day is still going on—the same people hate us and want us dead. Let’s be sure future generations remember. On that day, and I remember...