Amnesty—The fight continues in 2014

I’d like to invite you to join us in Washington this spring for the annual Hold Their Feet to the Fire, talk radio’s largest annual radio row.
We gather together each year with a shared goal; to secure our borders, fight for immigration reforms that promote our broad American goals and to resist special interests demanding cheap foreign labor, political gains and expanded government. We’ve timed this year’s event to coincide with floor action in Congress. Hoping that no one will notice, House Speaker John Boehner is planning to introduce the massive Senate amnesty bill in bits and pieces. Three things are certain this year, all must be stopped. Illegal alien amnesty is reemerging (with empty promises of enhanced enforcement), massive increases in immigration and foreign guest workers are being sought by Obama, the Democrats, the Chamber of Commerce and a disturbing number of Republicans, and the President will undoubtedly continue abusing his executive power to accomplish what he can’t do legislatively. As usual, what the American public wants will be dismissed unless talk radio once again speaks on their behalf. We are facing overwhelming odds but Hold Their Feet to the Fire helped stop it before and will again… provided we have another strong, collective voice. I know we can do it and hope you can make it. I promise you that you’ll make a difference, make a lot of friends and have fun along the way.

Bob Dane Communications Director

Agenda

Phoenix Park Hotel 520 North Capitol Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20001

WeDNeSDay, aPrIl 9 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.

TalK raDIo roW broaDCaST

First Floor Ballroom Second Floor Federal City Room Georgian Room Powerscourt

THurSDay, aPrIl 10 5 a.m. to 9 p.m.

TalK raDIo roW broaDCaST

First Floor Ballroom Second Floor Federal City Room Georgian Room Powerscourt

If you can get here, we’ll make it easy and free including covering your venue-site hotel room. There is no cost to attend, and everything you need to broadcast is provided including equipment, ISDN lines and flawless engineering by Silver Lake Audio. Radio Row has 25 spacious broadcast booths on the hotel floor which are rotated for various day-parts. Capitol Hill lawmakers, law enforcement officials, immigration experts and activists are in abundance both days for interviews. The event gets bigger and fills up earlier each year. Check your calendar and contact us for details or to reserve a dedicated broadcast booth.

Broadcast Details

Contact Kristen Williamson at (202) 328-7004 or kwilliamson@fairus.org.