I am a senior fellow at the Center for International Studies at The Heritage Foundation. Formerly, I spent 15 years overseas as a foreign correspondent, 10 of those with The Wall Street Journal, and two and a half years as a speechwriter in the George W. Bush Administration, first at the SEC and then at the State Department. I have a BA from Emerson College in Boston and an MBA from Columbia Business School. My book, A Race for the Future, How Conservatives Can Break the Liberal Monopoly on Hispanic Americans, was published by Crown Forum in September, 2014. My wife Siobhan and I live in Maryland with our three children.