A More Dangerous World Means We Have 33 Minutes to Prepare; New Film Airing on Cable Networks This Weekend

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It is only a matter of time until North Korea can hit the U.S. with a nuclear weapon.  Secretary of State John Kerry this week vowed that the U.S. would deploy missile defense systems to South Korea.

After eight years of Obama’s stewardship of America’s nuclear deterrent and missile defenses little has been done to ensure U.S. missile defenses outpace the threats from those such as North Korea, Russia and China. 

That’s why The Heritage Foundation updated its film, “33 Minutes.” Thirty-three minutes is the maximum time it would take a nuclear-tipped missile from the farthest point of the earth to reach the US.  This film issues a clarion call to get missile defense right before it is too late.   

One America News Network will air “33 Minutes" on their cable networks at the following times.

Sat 10/22              5:00pm – 33 Minutes                               

Sun 10/23             1:00am – 33 Minutes                              

Sun 10/23             4:00am – 33 Minutes                               

Sun 10/23             5:00pm – 33 Minutes                             

Mon 10/24             1:00am – 33 Minutes                               

Mon 10/24             4:00am – 33 Minutes                              

Launched in July 2013, One America News is carried nationwide on Verizon FiOS, AT&T U-verse, and Klowd-TV, along with a number of regional cable providers, including CenturyLink, Consolidated Communications, and GCI. As of 2015, OAN was available in 15 million homes. Check local listings in your area and at http://www.oann.com/wheretowatch/. 

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