Citizens living in sanctuary cities effectively have more per capita voting power than their fellow Americans in suburban and rural areas. It’s enough to comprise Democrats’ entire majority margin in the House.
Should Trump’s memorandum hold, the U.S. will now exclude illegal aliens from the population counts used to apportion House seats. This is right as a matter of law, fairness, and common sense.
How can we square the government’s willingness to ask us about race and origin with its unwillingness to ask about something as fundamental as citizenship?
Our country should be governed with political power evenly allocated on a ‘one voter, one vote’ basis. However, to do that, we will need the data from the citizenship question on the census.
Derangement over the president fuels many of the more miasmic theories of government currently hovering in the left’s fever swamps. Such as making the Senate population-based.
An Atlantic article arguing that giving each state two senators is racist badly misreads how and why Americans make voting choices.
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