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Frontlines of Freedom

Frontlines of Freedom is a military news & talk radio show designed to address and discuss the most pressing issues facing our armed forces, veterans and their families.

Frontlines of Freedom is hosted by Lt. Col. Denny Gillem, U.S. Army (Retired), a West Point graduate and highly decorated combat veteran who also served as a Mideast War Planner during his 22 years on active duty.

Frontlines of Freedom

To make an understatement, a lot has been happening in Korea this year. The Olympic events in South Korea seemed to open a door that has ultimately led to a meeting between Dictator Kim and our president. While we must watch and wait to see if Kim really does de-nuclearize his nation as promised, it [&hellip
Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of June is to watch ‘Being George‘, the New York Emmy Award Winner for Best Documentary.   The run time is 38 minutes 46 seconds. Men will vie for the honor, but there can be only one George Washington crossing the Delaware.  This eye-opening documentary by filmmakers Nyier [&hellip
The only way to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power without a war is to overthrow their regime. As President Trump decided to withdraw the US from the Iranian nuclear deal–not a treaty; our Senate never discussed it, much less voted on it–Israeli prime minister Netanyahu advanced that goal. He recently revealed that Israel [&hellip
Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of May is to watch the Academy Award Winning Film ‘A Note of Triumph: The Norman Corwin Story‘. On the evening of VE Day, the day Germany surrendered in WWII, May 8, 1945, Norman Corwin, known as the “poet laureate of radio drama,” presented a radio program that [&hellip
Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of April is to watch the short film ‘Beneath the Same Sky‘.  It’s a film about families having loved ones deployed to war.  After you watch it, email your thoughts and comments to me at denny@frontlinesoffreedom.com.  We’ll review the film on the last show of the month. Click [&hellip
Troops, your viewing assignment for the month of March is to watch ‘Admissions‘.  Your  job is to watch the short film, then email your thoughts and comments to me at denny@frontlinesoffreedom.com.  We’ll review the film on the last show of the month. Click HERE for the film
Troops, your movie assignment for the month of February is to watch ‘The Last Man Standing‘.  Your  job is to watch the movie, then email your comments to me at denny@frontlinesoffreedom.com.  We’ll review the movie on the last show of the month. Click HERE for the movie.  The password is:  Chasem!
2017 was an exciting year for Frontlines of Freedom.   From high profile guests and on-location interviews to coverage of all the news that matters to the military and veterans, we were here for all of it, and will continue to be.  Here are just a few of the highlights from Frontlines of Freedom in [&hellip
One thing you’ll rarely hear from our nation’s Main Stream Media is anything good about our nation or our president—but you’ll sure hear every rumor of problem or failure. Let me share some very positive things that are going on. Last December Defense Secretary Mattis visited Pakistan, Egypt, Kuwait, and Jordan. Said one observer, he [&hellip
President Trump recently announced that, in accordance with a law passed a number of years ago, we will be moving our embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. If you didn’t know it, since the Palestinians also claim Jerusalem as their capital, all nations with an embassy in Israel have it in Tel Aviv. No Muslim nation [&hellip
A NEW CHRISTMAS POEM— TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, HE LIVED ALL ALONE, IN A ONE BEDROOM HOUSE MADE OF PLASTER AND STONE. I HAD COME DOWN THE CHIMNEY WITH PRESENTS TO GIVE, AND TO SEE JUST WHO IN THIS HOME DID LIVE. I LOOKED ALL ABOUT, A STRANGE SIGHT I DID SEE, NO TINSEL, [&hellip
For two centuries there was little disagreement that the USA was different from all other nations. From almost every perspective ours was a great nation. Just the fact that people from all over the world have and still are moving here—not away from here–says a lot. They come legally and illegally. I’d like to discuss [&hellip