Growing up, it was socially taboo to discuss race, religion, or politics.
Once I entered college, I realized how counter-productive this prohibition was.
It's not a formula for discussing and resolving our differences on important matters of public policy.
For the good of our nation, we cannot continue to talk past each other. We need to talk to each other.
We need to engage in give and take.
That’s why a recent roundtable discussion about immigration at half-time of a professional basketball game was such a great idea.
Recommended Links For More Information:https://www.bataraimmigrationlaw.com/immigration-reform-divided-house
(No Room For Segregation In The House Of Immigration Reform)https://www.bataraimmigrationlaw.com/immigration-reform-morality-debate
(The Morality Of Comprehensive Immigration Reform At A Public Crossroads)