INTRODUCING: Red Pill Approved Radio
Red Pill Approved Radio
Sundays at 8 p.m. Eastern, tune in to Red Pill Approved Radio on the We Built That Network. Featuring two distinct segments, the first hour begins with The Red Pill Ring, a program focused on the American Daily Independent Network (ADIN) news of the week. Hosted by Art Gal and Jose Borrajero, The Red Pill Ring analyzes the top news stories of the week as reported byADIN affiliates. The hosts also welcome your calls and invite you to join in the conversation in the live chat room.
In the second hour, the American Latino Republican Association, hosted by Reymundo Torres and Sergio Arellano with an assist by Jose Borrajero, delves into specific topics of interest to the conservative Latinos of America. During this high-energy broadcast, the hosts also welcome your calls and your participation in the live chat room.
As with all WBTN programs, the call-in number is (914) 338-1458.
Don’t miss Red Pill Approved Radio every Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern on the We Built That Network!
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Jose immigrated from Cuba, legally, in 1961. He has a BA in Economics from Davidson College in North Carolina and served four years in the US Navy, mostly aboard the USS Kitty Hawk.
Jose has been a Precinct Committeeman for the last 19 years, most of that as a State Committeeman. He is currently Secretary of LD15 and prior to that Secretary of LD7. He was one of 29 delegates to the 2012 GOP National Convention in Tampa, FL. Recently elected second Vice-Chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Committee, Jose is the Communications Director for the American Latino Republican Association (ALRA), Arizona.
ALRA’s main focus is to promote the notion that Latinos do not have to be Democrats, but have a home in the Republican Party if they subscribe to Republican principles. Jose has developed a relationship with the major Spanish language networks whereby he provides on-camera commentary in Spanish regarding events of importance to the community.
ALRA was the recipient of the ”Best Republican Organization – 2012″ award at the AZGOP Awards dinner on January 25, 2013.
Jose is the founder and current leader of a statewide network of concerned citizens whose mission is to promote conservative legislation using citizen input. His efforts have been recognized by the Americans For Prosperity Organization, which named him “Activist of the Year-2012”.
Sergio Arellano, a wounded warrior who served in Iraq is no stranger to working in the trenches. As a small business owner, Arellano learned first-hand the obstacles and opportunities for growing enterprises in Arizona.
Sergio grew up in Southern Arizona, and attended TUSD schools. He returned to Tucson after serving honorably in the U.S. Army. While serving as part of the US Army Infantry, Sergio was awarded the Army Combat Infantryman Badge, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and the Army Service Ribbon.
Sergio has vast knowledge in the Veteran Affairs field and has dedicated his life to serving veterans. From working out of Washington DC for the Army wounded warrior program to Outreach Director for local and state Veterans organizations, which include non profits for homeless vets. Sergio has worked on all levels of government to include side by side collaboration with congressional representatives, Senators, INS and other federal agencies.
Sergio Arellano has worked on various political campaigns and has firsthand knowledge on the inner workings of the state party. A Precinct committeeman and Outreach Director/ Media relations Specialist for the Arizona Latino Republican Association Tucson Chapter, Arellano has fast tracked through the political spectrum having achieved the title of Legislative District Chairman in as little as 3 months after becoming part of the District Executive board.
Focusing primarily on Southern Arizona, Sergio Arellano is committed to ensuring that there be accountability on behalf of your elected officials, be it locally or statewide. On this page there will be discussions of not only local politics and issues but national as well. Emphasis goes to our men and women of the armed forces and its veterans.
Yolanda is a Christ follower, wife, former homeschooling mom, small business owner, and conservative thinker, writer and speaker. She has a Master’s degree in Psychology and enjoys reading, writing, music, and spending time with family. As a military spouse, she has lived and traveled abroad, and draws from those experiences extensively when discussing multiculturalism.
Yolanda has been a Tea Party speaker and is a frequent guest on theJames T. Harris Show, where she often discusses topics of ethnic diversity within conservatism, education, and Biblical history as it relates to current events. She passionately desires to see people of color shake off party affiliation by birth, and the enslavement of low expectation, and believes this will be accomplished through education and respectful discourse. You can find her political opinion editorials featured at theArizona Daily Independent.com.
Rey Torres is a 3rd generation Arizona native of Mexican and French descent from Gilbert, Arizona. He is a class of ‘98 graduate from Gilbert High School. He has also earned an A.A. Degree from Mesa Community College in History and a B.A. Degree from Arizona State University in Political Science. In 2000, he studied civil law at the University of the Americas in Mexico City where he gained exposure to various elements of Mexican civil and military leadership. He is a fluent Spanish speaker, a Russian novice and passionate student of Mexican, Russian and Byzantine history. In 2006, Rey served as Field Minority Relations Director to former U.S. Congressman J.D. Hayworth and recently served as the Director of Communications for the Majority Caucus of the Arizona House of Representatives. Rey has been a member of the American Latino Republican Association (ALRA) since 2004. He has held ALRA leadership positions such as the Director of Communications and sits as the current President of ALRA. He has collaborated with a multitude of domestic and international English and Spanish language media sources (radio, television, etc.) in efforts to foment conservative Latino membership and activism in the Republican Party.
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