Does a country have the right to decide who comes in?
October 26, 2018 8:20 PM Subscribe
Countries are not people, but government policy needs to actually follow elementary humane principles. Unfortunately, the implications of those principles are quite radical: as those who happen to have been born into a prosperous land, we have to share with those who have little. "But," you say, "does that mean full open borders? Does that mean all of the world's poor should be able to come here?" Doesn't a country have the right to enforce its laws and decide who comes in?
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