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CSPAN
Jun 1, 2015 7:15am EDT
. attorney general and white house counsel under president george w. bush. in his job as attorney general, he became the highest ranking hispanic to hold federal office. that tenure was marked by some controversy over executive actions in the war on terror, but today we will confine our discussion to immigration. his new book is called "a conservative and compassionate approach to immigration reform," co-authored with david strange, which offers a number of specific prescriptions for reforming and improving immigration law and policy. judge gonzalez, who previously served as a texas supreme court justice, is currently dean of the belmont college school of law in nashville. welcome to you both. [applause] >> thank you. >> thank you. [applause] >> at first glance a reader might assume that these two books come from opposite points of view and reach opposite conclusions. they would be wrong on both counts. both of these authors p grapple with the same fundamental conundrums facing u.s. officials and society as it tries to deal with the phenomenon of illegal immigration. and both make
CSPAN
Aug 12, 2015 1:06am EDT
former attorney general and white house counsel under george to be bush. he became the highest-ranking hispanic to hold federal office that was marked by some controversy over executive faction with the war and terror but today we will confine our discussion in to immigration. his book is called a conservative and compassionate approach to immigration reform. co-authored with david strange that offers prescriptions for improving emigration law and policy. after previously serving of the texas supreme court justice from the school of law in national. welcome to year growth. [applause] -- to you both for a reader might assume they come from opposite points of view but they would be wrong. both grappled with the same fundamental conundrums facing society as it tries to deal with a phenomenon of illegal immigration and both make practical suggestions how these can be reconciled or managed both agreed there is excessive hostility and both agree that some form is needed neither advocates radical solutions -- differ in degree sorrow by to ask both authors to discuss to of the major issues rai
CSPAN
May 30, 2015 9:15pm EDT
is alberto gonzalez former attorney general anne white house counsel under president george to be bush. in his job he became the highest-ranking hispanic to hold the federal office for but that was marked by some controversy with executive action with the war on terror but today we will confine our discussion to immigration his book is called a conservative and compassionate approach to immigration reform co-authored with david strange that offers specific prescriptions for improving immigration law and policy. a judge gonzalez to previously served as a supreme court justice in texas is currently dean of belmont college school of law in national. welcome to both. [applause] at first glance a reader might assume these books come from opposite points of view to reach opposite conclusions but they would be wrong on both counts. both authors grapple with the same fundamental conundrums facing society as it tries to deal with the phenomenon of illegal immigration and both make practical suggestions to how they can be reconciled managed. those blood dash both authors agree there is exce
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)