If you have ever traveled across America by car, on one of its many major interstate highways, you may catch one of any number of conservative Christian radio programs promoting the need to reclaim the country for Christ and His church. It is a holy warfare that is being advocated here in the interests of all that is righteous, holy and pure. As a Christian of strong conservative persuasion, I have always found religious organizations that push these slash-and-burn tactics for ripping out the ungodly presence in the national polity to be foreign to the my understanding of Scripture. Though this documentary was made in 2007, to highlight certain evangelical efforts to retain the White House for the Republicans in 2008, the efforts continue unabated today. According to the filmmaker, eighty million spiritually-absorbed Americans are potentially committed to making the country safe and sound for them and their children, and some are prepared to go to great lengths to make it happen. Take, for example, this North Dakota lady pastor, who has set up a summer camp to prepare young children to do battle for God against the 'barbarians at the gate'. The film looks at her herculean and calculated efforts to turn the young school-age children in her congregation into front-line soldiers against abortion, atheism, evolution, pornography and drugs in an effort to save this upcoming generation from divine judgment. Many of her tactics and strategies are definitely of the tin-foil-hat, brain-washing variety, meant to lock up impressionable young minds. There is one point in the film that is very telling as to where the real enemy ironically is when it comes to surveying the battle field: some of the young people get to attend Ted Haggard's "Good Hope" Church in Colorado Springs where they take in a patriotically inspiring message from the now-disgraced former pastor of America's most evangelical church.