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Tuesday, January 12, 2016

NATURAL-BORN U.S. CITIZENS. READ SNIPPETS FROM RECOGNIZED AMERICAN WORKS ON THE TOPIC INCLUDING CITED CASES.

Many who support another candidate for the presidency of the United States have come out to attack Ted Cruz. They claim he is ineligible to become president because he wasn't born in any state nor territory of Congress.

In TAKE OFF, EH. TED CRUZ IS A NATURAL-BORN CITIZEN. PUNDIT LAWYERS GET THIS SO WRONG, THE HOSERS, I showed you how Ted is not a natural-born citizen

Now I give you excerpts from scholarly and legal works on the topic written more than 100 years ago.


An Exposition of the Constitution of the United States by A.O. Wright:







Here is the entire case ruling for UNITED STATES v. RHODES, 27 F. Cas. 785 as cited above. Specifically, the ruling states:


Rights of Citizens and Persons Under the Fourteenth Amendment by Chin Yung Yen Fellow Of Columbia University




Hand Book of Politics for 1876: Being a Record of Important Political Action, National and State, from July 15 1874 to July 15 1876 by Hon. Edward Mcpherson LL. D.




The Washington Law Reporter, Volume 31, 1903:




Here is an excerpt from The Law of Nationality by Edmund Munroe Smith of Columbia College, NYC, published by Melbert B. Cary & Co., 1883, on the acquisition of U.S. citizenship by birth.



Elsewhere in the work, Smith wrote: