Ernest Istook

former Congressman (R-OK)

Guest

Former Republican Congressman from Oklahoma; fellow at the Heritage Foundation

Ernest Istook on KCRW

South Carolina’s Republican Senator Lindsey Graham created a furor last month by saying that people come to this country “ to have babies .”  He said, “it’s called drop and leave,”…

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South Carolina’s Republican Senator Lindsey Graham created a furor last month by saying that people come to this country “ to have babies .”  He said, “it’s called drop and leave,”…

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Anyone born in the US is a citizen of the United States, even if the parents are illegal immigrants. That's the way the  14th Amendment  has been applied.

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Anyone born in the US is a citizen of the United States, even if the parents are illegal immigrants. That's the way the 14th Amendment has been applied.

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