Alberto Gonzales Archive
Published May 24, 2013
While the President is ultimately responsible for the actions of his Administration, no person has the capacity or time to direct all of the decisions that occur daily within the Executive Branch.
Published May 15, 2013
Occasionally the interests of the press and our criminal justice system collide, writes former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales.
Published April 22, 2013
Whether it is reasonable to believe there is a continuing and immediate threat to the public from this suspect or from accomplices is an open question.
Published March 25, 2013
The decision by the Obama administration to try Abu Ghaith in federal court has reignited a debate over the proper venue to bring high-profile terrorists to justice.
Published February 18, 2013
Long distance killings via unmanned aerial drones present a difficult legal question, and raise concerns over the scope of presidential power to kill American citizens without due process.
Published February 04, 2013
We are a nation of immigrants and stronger because of our diversity. Much of the future growth of this nation - and its future workforce - will come from the immigrant population.
Published January 30, 2013
As the leader of a country with a large Latino population, the president would be wise to appoint a number of Hispanics to his Cabinet.
Published January 13, 2013
If Americans are to enjoy our cherished freedoms, then we must continue to have the strongest military in the world.
Published December 03, 2012
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales says it's foolish to ignore the growing demographic political tidal wave in America.
Published November 09, 2012
By their votes, the Hispanic community has granted the President a second opportunity to prove he can be a man of his word.