Do Republican Presidential Candidates Fear That “the Birthers” are Right?

Do Republican Presidential Candidates Fear That “the Birthers” are Right?

HISTORY SHOWS THAT BIRTHPLACE ALONE DOES NOT DETERMINE CITIZENSHIP by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 23, 2015) — While campaigning in New Hampshire on Thursday, 2016 presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush opined that fellow candidates Sens. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio should not be considered ineligible because of the circumstances of their respective births, […]

Citizenship

AN HISTORICAL EXAMINATION by Jedi Pauly (Apr. 8, 2011) — Dear readers of The Post and Email: Here is an excellent legal analysis of the differences between “citizen” and “Citizen” that explains the differences between “citizen of the United States” and “Citizen of the United States”.  This is central to the issue regarding the difference […]

Birthright Citizenship and Judicial Incompetence

WAS THE CASE OF WONG KIM ARK DECIDED IN ERROR? by Jim Delaney, blogging at Opinerlog (Mar. 26, 2011) — Mindful of the litany of revisionist case law since the Constitution’s ratification, it is clear that stare decisis is a judicial principle fraught with constitutional perils. Why? One corrupted court ruling inevitably leads to another, […]

Citizen Refutes CNN’s Reporting of the natural born Citizen Issue

AND EXPOSES BIG MEDIA’S OBFUSCATION February 17, 2011 Dear Editor: The following letter was sent by email to Jeffrey Toobin and Anderson Cooper of CNN in response to their coverage of the issue of Obama’s eligibility for the presidency (see video below): Mr. Toobin and Mr. Cooper I would like to point out that your […]

Birthright Citizenship: Ideology vs. Rule of Law

THE POLITICAL MISREADING OF THE 14TH AMENDMENT by Jim Delaney (Aug. 15, 2010) — We’ve all heard the stats: currently, only the United States grants birthright citizenship to illegal aliens, and 8% of babies born in the US are so-called “anchor babies” born of illegal aliens. In and of itself, this doesn’t constitute a crisis, […]