Sorry, loser.<quoted text>LMAO!!! English Common Law for citizenship hasn't been used since Apr. 9, 1866, unless youy want to use the common law as stated in Minor v. Happersett, which looks just like The Law of Nations by Vattel.
“In the Wong Kim Ark Case, supra, the whole question of citizenship is traced from its source and the subject is so elaborately considered as to make unnecessary any further reference to this phase of the question.” Perkins v. Elg, 99 F.2d 408, 411 (App. D.C. 1938) affirmed in part, 307 U.S. 325 (1939).
Poor Dufus does not even comprehend that cases in equity arise under the principles of equity per English common law. The fact that the founders used the term, cases in "equity" in the Constitution demonstrates that they recognized the subsisting common law principles which Play Law "Justices" wish to deny.