Jerry Kammer

Center for Immigration Studies

Guest

Senior research fellow at the Center for Immigration Studies, a politically conservative nonprofit that advocates for immigration reduction in the US; co-author of The Wrong Stuff: The Extraordinary Saga of Randy "Duke" Cunningham, the Most Corrupt Congressman Ever Caught; former reporter for the Copley News Service, where he won a Pulitzer Prize for stories on corruption related to Randy "Duke" Cunningham; former border correspondent for the Arizona Republic

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