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Fortress On A Hill (FOH) Podcast

By Chris Henrikson / Danny Sjursen

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The United States has become synonymous with empire and endless war, American troops sit in 70% of the world's countries, and yet, most Americans don't know that. The military is joined disproportionately by a 'warrior caste’ whom carry this enormous burden, making a less diverse force and ensuring most of society doesn't see their sacrifice. And American tax dollars, funding hundreds of billions in unnecessary spending on global hegemony, are robbed from the domestic needs of ordinary Americans. We aim to change that. Join Danny and Henri, two Army combat veterans, as they discuss how to turn the tide against endless war and repair the damage America has caused abroad.

Customer Reviews

Truly Amazing!!

Amazing podcast. As a veteran myself, of both OIF and OEF, I deeply appreciate your efforts to educate the public, and support our veterans by speaking the truth about the realities of military service in today’s environment. Thank you for your what you are doing, and I look forward to what is coming.

Very well informed and engaging

The host are fantastic and very well informed. The best part is that they don’t veer into crazy political partisanship. Highly recommend.

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