Anchor babies, birthright citizenship and The 14th Amendment

Video presentations from the October 5, 2008 Writers Workshop - part 1

The Social Contract Press


The panel by Californians for Population Stabilization focused on the 14th Amendment. For more information on the 14th Amendment and Birthright Citizenship, see www.14thAmendment.US. The following presentations are each approximately 6-10 minutes in length.

Diana Hull, President of Californians for Population Stabilization, and Mark Cromer, CAPS Investigative Journalist, discuss Anchor Babies and the 14th Amendment


Mark Cromer introduces the video statement by Dr. John C. Eastman (see below).


Statement by Dr. John Eastman


Statement by Dr. John C. Eastman, Dean of Chapman University's School of Law and the Director for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence at The Claremont Institute. An expert in constitutional law, Dr. Eastman has testified before Congress on the issue of birthright citizenship. In this statement, Dr. Eastman discusses the Fourteenth Amendment and birthright citizenship.

Note that a longer CAPS video interview of Dr. Eastman can also be viewed: see part 1 and part 2.


Washington, DC attorney William Chip Discusses Birthright Citizenship and the 14th Amendment and whether citizenship should be granted to "anchor babies" - children of illegal alien parents in the United States.