The Constitution & Immigration

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Birthright Citizenship & the 14th Amendment:

Madison, P.A.  (2/1/05)
"The UnConstitutionality of Citizenship by Birth to Non-Americans"

"We well know how the courts and laws have spoken on the subject of children born to non-citizens (illegal aliens) within the jurisdiction of the United States by declaring them to be American citizens. But what does the constitution of the United States say about the issue of giving American citizenship to anyone born within its borders? As we explore the constitutions citizenship clause, as found in the Fourteenth Amendment, we can find no constitutional authority to grant such citizenship to persons born to non-American citizens within the limits of the United States of America."

Quirk, William J. and Janek Kazmierski  (February 2011)
"Birthright Citizenship"
Chronicles (pages 20-22)

"We don't need a constitutional amendment to accomplish the wishes of the majority of Americans.  We just need to reverse the erroneous agency interpretations of the 14th Amendment and, by a simple statue, insulate that decision from the Supreme Court." 

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