There is so much to write about these days — inasmuch as one considers the warring factions within just about every nation, the refugee and asylum-seekers primarily coming out of the Middle East, however; what clearly has my attention these days is a number of earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, I guess I call it the severely extreme planet in orbit.
Yet today doing so much research for the next best-seller I hope to have which focuses on people of unethical morals, values, and ethics. Today reading I happened upon a Report made by the House Committee on Government Ethics and Reform whereby it certainly lists and describes the rule of law.
8 U.S.C.A. § 707(a) provides:
8 U.S.C.A. § 707(a) is now covered by 8 USCS § 1427(a) through (c). Of note, the language, especially, pertaining to moral character remains, in the present statute, exactly as written in the older Statute.
How far we have come. A court of law may forbid citizenship to a person who lies to a federal officer on the ground our Country does not deem such a person worthy of our Country’s grace, for that person is, both by law and by nature, an immoral person.
Yet, this Country now raises the specter of nominating, to the highest Office in the Land, an incorrigible liar—a person who lied to FBI. She then unabashedly compounds the lies told to the FBI by telling the American people she never lied to the FBI.