Monthly Archives: November 2014

Cruzando La Frontera

My contribution to the plethora of articles on Obama’s immigration edict.  Got to chat with AEI’s Ramesh Punnuru. A real pleasure: Obama’s Executive Order on Immigration: What’s it all about? Advertisements

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And the Elephants Came Marching In

With the GOP now set to control the Senate, there are bound to be some clashes with El Presidente over foreign policy. After speaking with some members of the establishment, I came up with this: And the Elephants Came Marching … Continue reading

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Transatlantic Reversal

Some Tunisians have made it all the way to America. And some have picked up and left the American dream to go home, after the 2011 revolution. Their stories: http://www.thetunistimes.com/2014/09/transatlantic-reversalsome-tunisians-coming-home-after-starting-lives-abroad-55223/

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Holiday in Tunisia

Did this analysis of the northernmost African country’s tourism industry a while back for The Tunis Times. They’re one of the few Tunisian English language media outlets, so definitely check ’em out. http://www.thetunistimes.com/2014/10/amidst-regional-upheaval-and-economic-woes-tunisias-coast-is-a-glimmer-of-hope-53052/

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The Islamic State of Cyberspace

My article on ISIS’s use of social media. Published in my hometown paper, the Rockland County Times. Please read. That way the countless flags I must’ve received from the NSA while doing the research will have been worth it. Cheers. … Continue reading

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