Dr. David Innes in “The Washington Times”
Writes Concerning His Naturalization
NEW YORK, May 19, 2010—"After 25 years of temporary visas and a 'green card,' I became an American citizen last week. Passing through the portal from alien to American, I found more than just a day of administration and ceremony. I found unexpected windows onto my country's political life."
So begins Dr. David Innes's commentary for "The Washington Times." With wit and irony, Dr. Innes takes the reader through his experience of being naturalized an American citizen at the U.S. District Court Building in Brooklyn. His account will make you proud that you're an American (if you are), but also leave you scratching your head and wondering: "What sort of nation are we becoming?"
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