The 14th amendment is a constitutional amendment that defines citizenship, equal protection and due process for all people in the United States. These rights are given to anyone who lives on American soil, but not necessarily those born on American soil. The 14th amendment was ratified in 1868 as part of the reconstruction era following […]
The race for the White House is in full swing, and the contests to determine who will represent the two major parties in the November presidential elections has not be without its share of controversy. Ted Cruz, for example, brought the issue of renouncing dual citizenship into the primary races when his opponents pointed to […]
It’s presidential election time again in the United States and with it comes the election-year tradition of hundreds of thousands of Americans threatening to leave the country if the opposition candidate is elected. This year is no exception as evidenced by the explosion on social media of people threatening to cross the border into Canada […]
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