Tuesday, November 16, 2010


The California Supreme Court has unanimously decided that illegal immigrants who steal at least three (3) years of free public high school education in the state of California and graduate are thereby entitled to the reduced in- state tuition rate.
The challenge that, "states may never give a benefit to unlawful aliens without giving the same benefit to all American citizens", was overcome simply by stating that out-of-state Americans would also be eligible for the reduced in-state rate if they moved to California for three (3) years prior to applying to college.

Well obviously if you are an American citizen living in a particular state you should pay that state's in-state tuition and NOT the higher out-of state fee;  BUT the issue is whether or not an illegal alien should receive preferential treatment over any United States citizen with respect to admission or tuition in ANY state college or university........it is absurd to even have to ask the question.

To the California Supreme Court, it seems that if illegals are entitled to free American healthcare and a free American high school education, it follows that they should not have to pay the high cost of out-of-state tuition that U.S. citizens are subject to.  A faulty foundation at best.

More than half of the California public school system is Latino; a high percentage of whom are illegal.  However,  this statistic alone has no relevance to support, as a matter of law,  that a preferential financial benefit to further the education of illegals over U.S. citizens is the correct course to serve the best interests of America.

As goes California, so goes the country; it is only a matter of time before all colleges and universities in America will have to offer each of their core curriculum courses in both English and Spanish.........