New people have to be engaged in order to have a more productive conversation on immigration. In Jose Antonio Vargas' words:
"Every morning, when I get up and have my first of too many coffees, I tell myself this: I gotta stop preaching to the choir and talk to people who may not agree with me."
Along those lines...
WATCH: Jose Antonio Vargas on the Bill O' Reilly show (FOX):
It appears that O'Reilly, Huckabee, and Jose all agree on some basic elements of immigration reform. Is this, as some argue, a turning point?