PRETAPE Richard Mourdock for H2 300-306
Seg 1 Dan Stein FAIR 306-310p
Dan is America's leading immigration reform expert and most visible immigration media figure appearing regularly on CNN and FOX and most other major networks. Dan offers current and historical perspectives on culture, numbers, costs, crime, quality of life and is the leading expert on how special interests heavily influence public policy against American interests. Dan Stein pioneered the immigration reform movement and has been the most visible, vocal and effective force protecting American interests and fighting special interests.
Seg 2 Janice Kephardt 310-320
What about the Terror connection to Illegal immigration? Janice Kephart is your go-to expert on the national security threat posed by open borders and mass amnesty. As National Security Director at the Center for Immigration Studies and counsel to the 9/11 Commission, Kephart is an internationally recognized border and ID security expert. She was the key author of the Staff Monograph, 9/11 and Terrorist Travel as well as the immigration-related facts and recommendations in the 9/11 Commission Report.
H1 Seg 3 Mark Spencer
Phoenix Law Enforcement Association
What ultimately happens to Arizona's new immigration laws will dictate what happens
nationwide. Mark Spencer has been in the thick of it, representing law enforcement officers on the front lines, in the nation's hot spot of illegal immigration. Mark tells his audiences why"actions have consequences" and speaks forcefully about how lax immigration laws lead to human misery. He has the passion of an evangelical preacher because, well, Mark was a preacher before becoming a police officer.
H1 Seg4 Julie Myers Wood 330-340p
Seg 1 Mono 350-400p
Seg 2 Dennis Lynch 400-410p
We know, we know, there are tons of illegal alien movies (and we've seen most) but we're mailing you this one. It, and the director Dennis Lynch, are in a league of their own. Shortstory…fair minded average guy takes camera on road to find out what the hell is going on inAmerica and discovers more than he bargained for. Dennis does a remarkable job of digesting a massive issue into a consumable, tight and teachable 100 minutes. Dennis is colorful, engaging,
articulate and very listenable.
Over 14 months, Dennis shot footage with a four-man crew in Arizona, California, Illinois, Florida, Washington, D.C., Colorado and New York. Across the country, the crew covered debates, rallies, events and traveled down to the Mexican border, where they were chased by the drug cartel. In contrast, politicians ran away from the cameras when pressed with the tough questions."My hope was to create a film that Congress would not be able to ignore," Dennis says. "This is
the film that so many people don't want you to see. This is the sort of film that can spark
H2 Seg 3 Tom Tancredo 420-430p
Tom has built his career on doing whatever it takes to protect our borders, our language and our shared American culture. His PAC, Team America, was founded to make this issue a significant part of the national political debate and to identify, recruit, and help elect to public office individuals who are committed to enforcing our laws and securing our borders. After serving 10 years in the U.S. House of Representatives, Tom returned to Colorado to champion his cause during a third party gubernatorial candidate. He came in 2nd place – ahead of 7 the Republican Party nominee. Since then, Congressman Tancredo has left elected office but has not given up his fight to ensure America's strength and integrity for future generations. Through his organization The American Legacy Alliance, Tom seeks to maintain those things which define American exceptionalism: a strong middle class, shared language and culture, and the rule
H2 Seg 4 David Kubly and Rusty Taylor of ABLE 430-440p
Seg 1 Mono 450-500p
Seg 2 Ted Hayes 510-520p
Community Activist worried about illegal immigration and its impact on both the White and Black community.
Seg 3 TJ Bonner 520-530
T.J. Bonner is a recognized expert on immigration, border and homeland security issues. He served as a Border Patrol agent in the San Diego, California area from May 1978 to June 2010, including nearly a decade on the tactical response unit. He also served as the national president of the National Border Patrol Council from February of 1989 to March of 2011. A strong advocate for secure borders and fair treatment of the dedicated men and women who patrol them, Mr. Bonner has testified before Congress on dozens of occasions concerning a variety of related
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