30 Jan 2013

Column: What our sons can teach America

(This article, written by Melvin Bledsoe and Daris Long, originally appeared in USA Today on July 8, 2012) This spring, the Obama administration threatened to veto the 2013 Defense Authorization Act. Of all the reasons given for the threat, the objection to granting thePurple Heart to Pvt. Andy Long stands

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30 Jan 2013

A New Documentary: Losing Our Sons

(This article originally appeared on Citizenwarrior.com July 2012, as a follow up to the Tennessee Freedom Coalition and ACT for America’s screening of LOS) One month ago, the Tennessee Freedom Coalition and ACT! for America hosted a world premier of a new documentary, Losing Our Sons. You can watch the

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30 Jan 2013

United West’s LOS graphic

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30 Jan 2013

New APT film: “Our Lost Sons” – The Carlos Bledsoe Nashville Radicalization Connections

(This article originally appeared on the New English Review in January 2013) Charles Jacobs and the team at Americans for Peace and Tolerance have produced a stunning film of Melvin Bledsoe’s important story about the tragic outcome of his son’s Islamization while at Tennessee State University – the murder of

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30 Jan 2013

Losing Our Sons

(This article, by Bruce Bawer, originally appeared in Frontpage Mag on December 28, 2012) It is, in my view, the defining exchange of our time. It took place, not inappropriately, on Pearl Harbor Day of 2011, at one of the joint House-Senate hearings called by New York Congressman Peter King

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30 Jan 2013

How two fathers lost their sons to jihad

(This article originally appeared on the Centennial Insitute at CCU’s website on Sunday December 16, 2012 after their screening of LOS) Editor’s Note: Army Private Andy Long was gunned down by homegrown jihadist Carlos Bledsoe (who had taken the name Abdulhakim Muhammad after training with Al Qaeda in Yemen) at

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