birthright citizenship

Cuccinelli Knocks Down Fake News On Military Dependent Citizenship

"This policy update does not deny citizenship to the children of US government employees or members of the military born abroad," said Ken Cuccinelli, Acting Director of USCIS. Something is seriously wrong in our news media when what should have been an article about the Trump administration following the law as Congress wrote it morphs into, “Trump is being mean to military families.”

Donald Trump’s Wise Challenge to Birthright Citizenship

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

To most Americans, the fate and future of the republic is more likely to be determined on the U.S.-Mexican border than on the border between Syria and Iraq. To the frustration of egalitarians, the meritocracy of free and fair competition in this most diverse of great nations is producing an inequality of rewards and a visible hierarchy of achievement. Politically, continued mass migration to the USA by peoples of color, who vote 70 to 90 percent Democrat, is going to change our country another way. Red state America will inevitably turn blue.

Birthright citizenship needs fixing

Editors, Washington Examiner

The constitutional issues on children born to other visitors to the U.S. are more complicated — surely too complicated for the president to resolve with an executive order. But as a matter of policy, the U.S. should have a more sensible position than it does now, comparable to those of most other countries, which prevent foreigners from essentially stealing that precious commodity that is the proudest boast of citizens: "I'm an American."

Ted Cruz Opposes ‘Birthright Citizenship’

CBS Miami

Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said Wednesday that the United States shouldn’t automatically grant citizenship to children of immigrants in the country illegally.

Congress can end birthright citizenship

The Right Scoop

Mark Levin explained birthright citizenship in the opening of his show last night and why Congress can end it without having to amend the Constitution.