American Family Radio is a great Christian organization. They host multiple shows on their radio broadcast and Sandy Rios in The Morning is one of our favorite shows.
We were very grateful to be her guests on October 26th.

Listen to it here.

Sandy Rios has been a strong advocate for the J6ers from the very beginning and we are all so grateful for her unwavering support.

Her biography reads:

Sandy Rios


Sandy Rios is an award- winning spokesperson for the pro-family movement and the Christian worldview.   Director of Governmental Affairs for the American Family Association and host of “Sandy Rios in the Morning on AFR Talk,” she’s heard on radio nationwide each week day morning interviewing politicians, newsmakers and international experts on a spectrum of political and moral issues.

Sandy was a long-time FOX News Contributor, an opinion writer to Townhall, The Hill, Breitbart, RealClear Politics and a commentator for Salem Radio Network and Moody Broadcasting.  She hosted Crossfire on CNN, appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC and PBS and been featured in Newsweek and Time Magazine.  For her drive time radio show on WYLL Radio in Chicago, Sandy received the Angel Award and seven Silver Microphone awards from TESLA.

As former President of Concerned Women for America, the nation’s largest public policy women’s organization with 500,000 members and 50 state chapters, Sandy oversaw the Culture and Family Institute, the CWA Magazine, the D.C. staff and hosted CWA’s daily syndicated radio show on Salem Radio.

The first Chairman of the North Korea Freedom Coalition, Sandy did investigative work in China, Vietnam, North Korea, Thailand, Cambodia, the Soviet Union, and India.  She lived in Cold War Berlin, Germany for two years.

Sandy’s husband, Bruce, is a retired Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI.  Her son, Jeremy recently received his PhD in St. Andrews, Scotland, and is the parent along with his wife, Liesel, of four children: Moses, Cates, Asa and Lucy.   Sandy’s daughter Sasha, severely disabled since birth, passed away in 2009. 

Sandy was a professional musician and singer before embarking on her career in radio and television.  She sang the national anthem for the Chicago Bears during three of their fun Super Bowl Shuffle years.  Her duet with Michael English, “I’m Going Home” was #4 on the CCM Charts.