Author, constitutional scholar and conservative talk radio host Mark Levin debunked the idea that the 14th Amendment of the Constitution confers birthright citizenship on the children of illegal aliens. Levin made his comments were during his appearance on “Hannity” Wednesday August 19, 2015, and followed criticism by many in the media.
The recently released 3-point Donald Trump immigration plan might have been mocked by media pundits, but voters and experts give the plan high marks. A new poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports and released Wednesday finds American voters strongly back The Donald’s immigration plan. The third point in the proposal took the most heat from mediates and nay-sayers, by far. However, a 54-percent majority of voters disagree with the current federal policy that says a child born to an illegal immigrant here is automatically a U.S. citizen, otherwise known as the anchor baby and birth-rite citizenship policy.