We drove into Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where we met with Robert Waldrop, a quintessential ‘extra-mile American,’ if there ever was one. Some seven years ago he started the Oscar Romero Catholic Worker House out of his modest, one-story home on … Continue reading


I gave a talk at St. Therese Church in Grants, New Mexico, today. I noted how the amount of people taking to the streets to fight for immigration rights is tremendously impacting legislators in D.C. What’s more, I said if … Continue reading


Yesterday I interviewed Michael Vollmer, who is the director of the Newman Center on the campus of Northern Arizona State University. Last year the Newman Center, which is a Catholic ministry, set up a “Hunger Banquet” to demonstrate to students … Continue reading


I sat in on a Passover Seder last night at the Holy Trinity Newman Center at Northern Arizona University. Then gave a talk to the group. (The Seder commemorates the Exodus of the Jewish slaves from Egypt.) During the ceremonial … Continue reading


After the interview at the immigration rally yesterday in Flagstaff, Channel 3 News out of Phoenix caught up with us again to do a piece on the campaign. The reporter asked why I was running for president. I said because … Continue reading


I talked to some 500 people at an Immigration Rally in Flagstaff, Arizona, today. Through a bull horn, I said several years ago we went to the dusty streets of Juarez, Mexico, to research the conditions there. I graphically talked … Continue reading


I was interviewed by the Kingman (AZ) Daily Miner newspaper today. In relation to Hispanic immigration, I said this is a tremendous spiritual opportunity for us to help some 12 million people by not only offering amnesty, but doing everything … Continue reading