310-320 Roy Beck Numbers USA
Author and lecturer Roy Beck is the Executive Director of Numbers USA, an organization that fights to reduce overall levels of immigration, not just illegal immigration. Roy makes the case, better than anyone else in America, about how excessive levels of legal immigration are harming
jobs, wages, the environment, and our cultural connectedness.
The Houston Chronicle labeled him "one of the five leading thinkers in the national immigration debate." The prestigious Foreign Affairs journal stated that nobody has made a more persuasive case for cutting current high levels of immigration. Beck has also served as the spokesperson for the Coalition for the Future American Worker and authored the book The Case Against Immigration. Roy knows the "numbers" and is adept at painting pictures on radio to make his case with your listeners. If you're looking for a friendly yet factual interview about how much is enough in terms of immigration, Roy is the best.
320-330 Peggy and Fred Davis AZ Ranchers
Fred and Peggy Davis are fourth-generation cattle and horse ranchers near Tombstone, Arizona, in the hot zone of Cochise County. They have generously made themselves available to tell you about a reality that the mainstream media won't report; that the borders are lawless, unattended by the Border Patrol and how American ranchers are literally being overrun, robbed and killed by illegal aliens, drug smugglers and human trafficking.
Peggy Davis says, "We're lawless again" just as it was when cattle ranchers first settled in Arizona territory. "I do not know a single rancher in Southern Arizona who has not been vandalized and threatened repeatedly. It is an unprotected zone where we can't even let our grandchildren play in our yard anymore. "I spend days like a prisoner in my own home." Peggy and Fred were friends of fellow rancher Robert Krentz who was murdered on his property after going to the aid of what turned out to be a suspected drug smuggling cartel member.
330-340 (PHONER) Pete Sessions R-Tx TX 32 (Dallas)—keeping and growing the Majority,
Chairing the National Republican Campaign Committee.
A conservative community leader, United States Congressman Pete Sessions has combined hard work, innovative thinking, and common-sense principles to successfully represent the 32nd Congressional District of Texas.
420-430 Allen West R FL
430-440 Rep Lou Barletta PA
Freshman Congressman Lou Barletta was the Mayor of Hazleton, Pennsylvania. When an influx of illegal immigration threatened the financial foundation of the city and brought gang violence, drugs and crime to peaceful neighborhoods, Lou never hesitated or wavered. He achieved national attention for proposing the Illegal Immigration Relief Act, which would crack down on
Hazleton businesses that knowingly hire illegal aliens and landlords that knowingly rent to illegal aliens. Lou is an expert on how local governments can enact ordinances to discourage illegal immigration – and an expert on the special interest tactics used to derail those efforts. Now, as a Congressman, Lou is rallying his fellow freshman to fight the burden of illegal immigration. He is a sensational interview – charismatic, articulate and well versed in both the problems of illegal immigration at the local level, and what must now be done at the federal level.
450-500 Brian Bilbray
500-510p Scott Hatfield Director Human Smuggling and Trafficking Center
Scott started as a border patrol agent (in fact 25 years ago he gave Bob Dane his first tour of the Mexican border!) Since then he has risen through the ranks of ICE and DHS and been responsible for busting up traffickers in hotspots across the globe. Scott can give you first hand
knowledge of the increasing worldwide industry of human trafficking and smuggling from Third World to First World countries and how many of those brought in are forced into prostitution and worse.
520-530 Michael Harrison
You already know him! Michael is talk radio's most visible and vocal advocate. The role of talk radio in the immigration debate, and its influence in general on the political landscape is always 6 a much discussed subject at Hold Their Feet to the Fire. Michael has no public position on immigration per se, but he can and does speak to the attacks against talk radio, censorship and the so-called Fairness Doctrine. When it comes to politics he describes himself as a non-partisan defender of the First Amendment.
The New York Times described Michael Harrison as "the unofficial dean of the radio industry" and TALKERS magazine as "the industry's leading trade publication." USA Today called him, "The talk radio guru." The Nation dubbed him, "The wise old owl of the talk radio business."
530-540 Nacho and Monica Ramos
Mr. Ramos is one of two former U.S. Border Patrol agents imprisoned for wounding an escaping drug smuggler. Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean began prison sentences in January 2007, of 11 and 12 years respectively, for their actions in the shooting and wounding of a Mexican drug smuggler who was granted full immunity to testify against them. More than 80 members of Congress had signed a petition asking for their release and urged the president to
free the men. On January 19, 2009, their sentences were commuted by President Bush and they were finally released on February 17, 2009. Until now Monica and Nacho have been legally prevented from sharing their story of the personal costs and sacrifices they