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20th Anniversary screenings - 8/30/19 Did the Merovingian and his crew survive Smith? The Button The Matrix 4 confirmed I guess Norah's father owned the nightclub? Baseball using "openers" - relievers to START games Racoons saved from fire Cast as of 8/2/19 You get an enchanted hammer! And you get an enchanted hammer! Everyone gets an enchanted hammer! They learned the same lesson as the makers of Independence Day: Resurgence View all posts >


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Thankfully, it looks like the downward revision of 2018 job numbers hasn't spooked the market. Wouldn't apply to them anyway. Their father was a citizen and their mother was here lawfully, even if she wasn't a citizen. I rate the second and third movies only slightly less than the original, 9/10 for The Matrix and 8/10 for each sequel. You can see the original in a theater on 8/30 https://www.amctheatres.com/movies/the-matrix-20th-anniversary-60997 Excellent video, even though it's very sad to watch. Thanks for posting it. <blockquote>All persons born or naturalized in the United States <b>and subject to the jurisdiction thereof,</b> are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.</blockquote> If all that is needed for citizenship is being born in the U.S., the jurisdiction clause would be meaningless and unnecessary. The authors of the 14th Amendment clearly did not believe they were granting citizenship to the U.S.-born children of foreign diplomats or of soldiers of an invading army. They did not even intend for it to apply to Native Americans, whose citizenship was later granted by an act of Congress. There isn't a record of their views on this specific question because illegal immigration was simply not an issue when the amendment was passed, but it seems to me that the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens have a lot in common with the U.S.-born children of foreign diplomats or of soldiers of an invading army in that their parents are citizens of a foreign power with no lawful, permanent resident status. It defies common sense to extend the extremely valuable privilege of U.S. citizenship to the children of people unlawfully present in this country. Doing so further encourages illegal immigration and it's long past time that we end this foolish practice. She violated their social media policy, which was disclosed to her and agreed to by her before entering the pageant. I have no problem with their decision to dump her. Which iphone do you have? The OP doesn’t mention background checks, so I don’t see how it’s the whole point of the thread. And let’s not pretend that you wouldn’t be crucifying Trump for failing to ban bump stocks if he hadn’t done so. They just don’t make things like they used to. View all replies >