Today was a great day. Two children of two of my best friends had their birthday party today, and the kids had a blast. The Panhandle weather was a bit iffy for awhile, but in the end the storm blew by and we all had a great time. There’s very little my kids like more than a good birthday party. After the party, we went to The Homeplate Diner, where kids eat free on Saturday nights, and talked about immigration law. My husband is working on a case with somewhat similar features to this one: http://ph.news.yahoo.com/ap/20090917/twl-us-marine-s-widow-immigration-ef375f8.html . Turns out if you’re the son of an unmarried American woman born on foreign soil, it’s much easier for you to acheive citizenship than if you’re the son of an unmarried man. Discrimination? I think so. The Supreme Court, however, in its all-encompassing conservative power, disagrees. And what’s with the U.S. not recognizing the Ferschke’s proxy marriage while the U.S. military does? Ridiculous. Anyhoo, I’m off to sew and watch the Texas vs Texas Tech football game. Here’s wishing you a good night and an easy, uncomplicated American citizenship!
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