Charles Jacobs, of Americans for Peace and Tolerance, shared this update about their film, Losing Our Sons:

Losing Our Sons — the true story of how two fathers lost their children to Radical Islam in America — has been getting positive coverage in the mass media. Yesterday's USA Today published an op-ed penned jointly by the fathers, Melvin Bledsoe, whose son Carlos converted to Islam, and Daris Long, whose son Andy was killed by Carlos "for Allah."  Click here to read the article.

This comes soon after the Fox News station covered the story twice! — in the Mike Huckabee show and in an interview by Shannon Bream on America's News HQ. Huckabee's emotional response and warm endorsement of the film can be seen at

We believe this film — based as it is on a true, personal and tragic story — can get the truth across about the most politically incorrect topic of our time: the growth of radical Islam in America.


Anonymous 4:04 AM  

Excuse me for the off-topic comment CW. I always enjoy the advice you give on personal growth and education.

But i recently read your Dale Carnegie article, and i think there could be a section dedicated to high quality communication training alone.Other valuable high quality courses could be promoted and reviewed as well.

Also, the links in that article ceased working.




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