By Thomas Berry
I read Cal Thomas’ column every Wednesday, although I rarely agree with what he says. Last week’s column (“What price U.S. citizenship?,” Jan. 2) has aggravated me even more than usual.
The major points: He says his friend “Sam” has lived in Hong Kong for 25 years. He then states that Sam’s son was denied in-state tuition rates in California even though he pays taxes on a home in California. Sam is not a resident of California, so his son does not qualify for in-state tuition. Period.
Berry is a retired surgeon and musician. He lives in Martinsville.