On June 28/29 of 2017, several of the Talk America Radio Network show hosts took Washington D.C. by storm.
Show hosts from The Scott James Show, The Conservative Cartel, The Denise Simon Experience, Behind Enemy Lines and The Wayne Dupree Show visited D.C. for the 11th Annual FAIR (Federation for American Immigration Reform) - Hold Their Feet to the Fire radio row. Everyone had a great time visiting with dignitaries, families affected by illegal immigration and friends in the industry.
Feel free to view some of our photos below.
From the Press Release:
WASHINGTON, February 17, 2017 – The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) announces Wednesday June 28 and Thursday June 29 as the dates for its 11th annual Hold Their Feet to the Fire/Let’s Make America Great Again radio row broadcast in Washington. Talk hosts from across the country will broadcast live both days debating immigration policy while interviewing members of Congress, law enforcement officials, experts, activists, White House officials, and those who live and work along the southern border.
President Trump has demonstrated his commitment to secure our borders, stop illegal immigration, enhance national security, and push for reforms that serve our broad American interests. But his election and early actions are only opportunities; they are not victories in and of themselves. The president will face all the usual special interests, each determined to oppose, obstruct, litigate, and attempt to delay and derail all executive and legislative initiatives.
“This event has always been about holding our elected leaders accountable and educating the public,” said Bob Dane, executive director of FAIR. “In particular, this year, lawmakers must be reminded that Americans strongly support President Trump’s immigration policies. Otherwise, the noise made by vocal special interests – which the mainstream media loves to amplify – will dominate. Talk radio remains the bullhorn of the ‘silent’ majority.”
Hold Their Feet to the Fire is staged at the Phoenix Park Hotel on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Reservations are required and hosts/producers should call FAIR now to reserve their spot. There is no cost to attend and all technical engineering and expenses are taken care of by FAIR.
Congressional guests, activists, high profile media personalities, and immigration experts will be in attendance and available throughout the event for wall-to-wall interviews with an expected crowd of 60 talk hosts.