Coming up at 4 pm today on the Rod Arquette Show on Talk Radio 105.9 KNRS, Rod is broadcasting live from the 2018 Hold Their Feet to the Fire Immigration Conference in Washington, D.C., and he’ll be joined by Michelle Root of Angel Families, whose daughter Sarah died at the hands of an illegal alien in 2016. Other guests include Tom Homan, former Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Utah Congressman Rob Bishop, and Dan Stein, President of the Federation for American Immigration Reform. See below for a full rundown of today’s program.
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Wednesday, September 5, 2018
4:05 pm: Dan Stein, President of the Federation for American Immigration Reform, joins the show to discuss the reasons behind the Hold Their Feet to the Fire immigration conference
4:20 pm: Tom Homan, former Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, joins the show to discuss how Democrats would like to see ICE do its job and the difference between how the media portrays ICE and what actually happens
4:35 pm: Michelle Root of Angel Families, whose daughter Sarah died at the hands of an illegal alien in 2016, joins Rod to discuss what she would like to see done by illegal immigrants that commit crimes in the U.S.
5:05 pm: Kevin Jackson, author and contributor to Fox News, joins Rod to discuss his upcoming film “Bleeding Blue” about the ongoing narrative that America’s police actually villains with some type of vendetta against minorities
6:05 pm: Boyd Matheson, Opinion Editor at the Deseret News, joins the show for his weekly visit with Rod about the world of politics, which today includes Day Two of the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh
6:20 pm: Utah Congressman Rob Bishop joins Rod live in Washington, D.C. to give us his latest thoughts on the immigration battle in Congress
6:35 pm: Dave Robinson, former Communications Director for the Salt Lake County Republican Party, joins the show to discuss his recent change of position following comments he made that a high number of sexual partners is partly to blame for the high LGBTQ suicide rates in Utah