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BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIP: Does the 14th Amendment Really Recognize it for Illegal Aliens?

  by Diane Rufino, November 16, 2018 The term “birthright citizenship” refers to the idea that you can become a citizen of a country simply by being born there. The fancy legal term is jus soli, “right of the soil” … Continue reading

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Our Modern-Day Interposer, Judge Roy Moore

by Diane Rufino, January 25, 2018 I just wrote an article explaining the doctrine of Interposition and how vital a remedy it is against federal tyranny. (“Interposition: The Duty to Say “NO!”). In that article, I wrote: “Our challenge is … Continue reading

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