Tag Archives: immigration

The truth about sanctuary cities

My April 13th, 2017 column in The Hill​ is an in-depth, historical look at the highly politicized sanctuary city issue and the potentially dangerous precedents it sets.

Please click here to read it, share it, and discuss  it as I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Background Checks: The Achilles Heel of Immigration Reform

My latest piece in The Hill raises extremely important questions on a key issue in the Presidential Race.  The issue is Immigration and whether you’re on the left, right or centrist sides of the aisle, you’ve likely heard a lot about background checks.  This article gets into the logistics of foreign background checks and why all sides of the argument should confer with experts on the issue.

To read the full story, click here.