Even if we can’t build a consensus on the wall and deportation policy, there are steps we can take to right the ship that cost little, if anything, to implement.
If The Slants’ suit prevails in the Supreme Court, it could benefit other entities such as the Washington Redskins, who are likewise fighting for their constitutional right to free speech.
The Fourteenth Amendment’s citizenship clause granting birthright citizenship has aided immigrant assimilation in the United States.
There have always been American immigrants, and there have always been very public conversations in America about immigration. Let’s engage that conversation for America’s benefit.
The question is not, as Fox’s Megyn Kelly put it to Ted Cruz, whether to deport illegal immigrants whose children are American citizens.
The term ‘anchor babies’ isn’t the problem. The practice of granting birthright citizenship to illegal aliens is.
Stay tuned: Dred Scott II could be coming soon to a federal court near you.
Is it a coincidence that roughly the same Justices gave us both government mandated segregation and made soil the basis of citizenship?
Eliminating birthright citizenship means overthrowing the Constitution and the thousand-year history of English common law.
It’s not insane. It’s not stupid. It’s about principles of sovereignty, rule of law, and ordered immigration.
The politics of opposition to birthright citizenship do not benefit Republicans and its repeal is not achievable as policy. So why are they embracing it?
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