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Founder of Make Them Listen Paul Arnold on National Day of Protesting Amnesty

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Our Guest Founder of Make Them Listen Paul Arnold, host Robert Jetter, Jr. and panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Founder of Overpasses for America James Neighbors, & Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, with contributor Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the line.  Join our Round Table Discussion.

Bards Logic welcomes Founder of Make Them Listen  https://www.facebook.com/makethemlisten.org Paul Arnold.

He will give us updates on The National Day of Protesting Against Immigration Reform, Amnesty, and Border Surge. We will also discuss the goals of Make Them Listen and its founding. If you were at a Protest call in and tell us YOUR experience.

Paul has been an activist for 5 years. He started out by creating the FB page "March on Washington Against the Illegal Alien Invasion" Then he started protesting in public and became involved in the DC March for Jobs (July 15 2013). He helped with some of the organizing by promoting it on FB and assisting with the social media. Paul attended the rally. The rally inspired him to do more for the cause so in Oct, 2013 he founded the organization Make Them Listen. He created an event page on FB to hold a massive phone call event to encourage people to call US Republican House Representatives to oppose the looming immigration reform legislation (Amnesty). The event went so well he extended the campaign indefinitely. 2 months ago he felt the need to do more so he Created another event page "National Day of Protesting Against Illegal Immigration / Amnesty & Border Surge. The idea was to create a venue where people could protest anywhere rather than have to pay travel expenses, take time off from work, to attend a rally, thus enabling more people to protest.

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