"Back of the line" carries denigrating racial undertones rooted in America's past. The term assures a frustrated non-Latino electorate that unauthorized immigrants will be punished and remain second-class residents.
We accept the term "naturalization" to describe the process of the foreign-born taking on a new citizenship. What could be more natural than being accepted as a citizen of the only home you've ever known?
With the new focus on the born and unborn babies of immigrants, the immigration issue has been taken to a new disturbing level. The denial of citizenship to U.S. born babies smacks in the face of the Constitution.
In the last few years, inventive new forms of volunteering have emerged, pioneered by committed professionals, who are using their expertise to solve old problems. I call this "active citizenship" and it can change the world.
In addition to supporting more militarization at the U.S. - Mexico border, Mr. Duncan D. Hunter also believes that the removal of U.S. born children of undocumented immigrant parents will help stop illegal immigration.