The Call To Duty
- HENRY SOKOLSKI of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center explains the need for America to take a tougher stance against Iran’s nuclear program.
- War correspondent, ALEX QUADE, gives us an inside look at her upcoming film “Horse Soldiers of 9/11” which will premier at the GI Film Festival
- American Enterprise Institute scholar NICHOLAS EBERSTADT gives his analysis on the future of nations with a declining population.
- ANDY McCARTHY from the National Review Online explains the latest case of Sharia infecting Western court systems.
Narrated by award-winning actor Gary Sinise, come along for the ride with the Horse Soldiers of 9/11.
It was the news the world breathlessly waited for immediately after the 9/11 terror attacks: a report of the first American troops on the ground in Afghanistan.
All at once, the world’s attention focused on an iconic photo of small teams of U.S. Special Operations Forces doing something no American military had done in nearly a century: ride horses into combat.
That photo would go on to inspire an artist to sculpt an 18ft tall monument at Ground Zero, ten years later.
The courage of the first into battle is what guarantees the courage of those that follow: “Horse Soldiers Of 9/11”… a film by war reporter Alex Quade.