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  1. Given what you have written/quoted then, Diplomatic Immunity is in direct violation of the constitution as they are aliens residing inside the borders of the US for whom No Laws apply?
  2. Just to be clearer: The Tax Reform Act of 1986 required that every dependent age five or older listed on a tax return have their own Social Security number, which led to a spike in demand for Social Security numbers for children at earlier ages. The Social Security Administration developed an enumeration-at-birth process in 1987, which quickly became the way the majority of people apply for Social Security numbers. Now parents indicate on the birth certificate form whether they want a Social Security number assigned to their newborn child. When the state vital statistics office receives the request with the birth registration data from the hospital, it forwards the information to the Social Security Administration and a number and card are issued for the child. You don’t have to apply for a Social Security number for your child at the hospital, but it’s generally easier if you do. If you wait and apply later at a Social Security office, you must provide proof of your child’s U.S. citizenship and age, such as a birth certificate, and wait for Social Security to verify the record with the office that issued it, which could take up to 12 weeks. Children age 12 or older must appear in person for a mandatory interview at a Social Security office in order to have a number assigned to them. So, No, you don't HAVE to unless you want the benefits of having children and care about your child's future.
  3. SSN's and passports have absolutely nothing to do with each other. For the past 30-40 years, every baby born in the US has been issued a SSN. It's part of the hospital's exit paperwork.
  4. Pretty sure this applies to citizens of the US. Every prosecutor's office can send a simple request for to the local Federal office enquiring about citizenship. The liberal interpretation of the constitution of the US that it was written for and covers everybody in the world is just ludicrous.
  5. Well, if a black, fake muslim in Africa can rename Cassius Clay to Muhammad then why not have a few hillbilly Allahs? I've had 2 kids in my classes here in Thailand named "<deleted>". I thought they were pulling my chain til I found out it's the name of a gourd grown here.
  6. There IS a way that they would have no choice: Martial law on the national level may be declared by Congress or the president. Under Article I, Section 8, Clause 15, of the Constitution, Congress has the power "[t]o provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress insurrections and repel Invasions." Article II, Section 2, Clause 1, of the Constitution declares that "[t]he President shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States." Neither constitutional provision includes a direct reference to martial law. However, the Supreme Court has interpreted both to allow the declaration of martial law by the president or Congress.
  7. "Each United States attorney is subject to removal by the president." ETA: Senators have traditionally played the key role in selecting U.S. attorneys for their states, especially when their party controls the White House. The practice is much the same for federal district judges. Senators recommend candidates to serve as the U.S. attorney or a judge, and the president usually accepts those suggestions.
  8. Since these "sanctuary cities" are too pressed to spare the manpower. maybe President Trump could order the National Guard into service and use them to hunt down and arrest the illegals. That would be federally funded manpower enforcing federal law.
  9. The federal funding is to help the states pay for the extra man hours and manpower needed to comply with federal regulations and laws. Yet, once again we have a democrat judge in a democrat state blocking a federal order. Never in the history of America has a "lawsuit" been filed, approved and acted upon with such speed. Did this judge have an absolutely clear calendar without a single bit of work pending? Time for President Trump to start firing these "Presidentially Appointed" judges and replacing them. Wonder where these lawsuits would be getting filed if there wasn't a functioning 9TH due to no federally appointed judges? Seems the 9th covers AK, HI, CA, OR, WA, MT, ID, NV and AZ, most of which backed Clinton.
  10. Which part don't you understand or is it the whole thing? Are you even from America?
  11. Allow me to educate you a bit: Large portions of the American West were once Mexican territories. Texas won independence from Mexico in 1836 and was annexed by the U.S. as a state in 1845. After losing the Mexican-American War, Mexico ceded the land that would become California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona and parts of Colorado and New Mexico for $15 million
  12. Guess this really does mean nothing anymore: "I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." Of course, it doesn't cover illegal immigrants and some states and counties it seems.
  13. Maybe he's going to "resettle" them down in Cuba. GITMO has open bunks.
  14. Perhaps the police are upset that their new "Happy Zone" was misinterpreted.