Friday, July 25, 2014

Good intel on bad terrorists

I recently published an op-ed about the need to maintain strong intelligence capabilities as chaos engulfs the Middle East. You can read the article here. If you missed my previous op-eds, you can read them here and here.  

Separately, the Nunes Digest is updated for your weekend reading. Click on the link below:

Friday, July 11, 2014

Addressing the immigration crisis

With the immigration crisis roiling the southern border and President Obama seemingly paralyzed to act, I am supporting an effort in the House of Representatives to amend a 2008 law – originally meant to combat sex trafficking – that is exacerbating the problem. The change would accelerate the screening and repatriation of many unaccompanied children who cross the border illegally. This crisis demands immediate action from both Congress and the President to address growing threats to public safety and to our national security.  
On a lighter note, I had some special guests in D.C. this week – my wife and daughters came from our home in Tulare to visit me. My daughters had some interesting meetings here, including one with Senator Tim Scott and Rep. Trey Gowdy, and another with NASCAR driver Kurt Busch.

Seems like they enjoyed making some new friends.

Separately, if you missed my recent articles on U.S. national security, you can read them here and here. And click on the icon below for the updated Nunes Digest:

Thursday, July 3, 2014

The response to Iraq begins with Keystone

I recently outlined my thoughts on the connection between America’s energy policy and the chaos now engulfing the Middle East. You can read my article at the Washington Examiner here.

Separately, click on the icon below for the updated Nunes Digest:

Have a safe and happy Fourth of July weekend.