So, W.O.R.M., thank you for opening up the site! This is a test to see if it actually works, plus politics to boot!
So, my topic is citizenship. Currently for the United States, citizenship is granted to those who are a) born in territories of the United States (except those whose parents are diplomats from other countries), b) born outside of the United States to American citizens, or c) become naturalized citizens.
Here are my questions for the vast reading audience:
1) For those of you outside the United States, how is citizenship granted?
2) Is there, and should there be, any distinction between those who are born citizens and those who become citizens?
3) Is dual citizenship allowed? If so, should it be?
4) What rights or benefits should accrue to citizens that non-citizens should not have?
The reason for this post is that I am returning to the theme of Constitution 2.0, and citizenship is one of the most important aspects as it defines the society.
Looking forward to a lively discussion!