Is there a moral right to immigrate? The philosopher Michael Huemer argued that humans have a distinct right to immigrate and that any government barring peaceful immigration was violating a basic right. He provided real life examples and analogies that help to understand the logic behind the right to immigrate.
The digital revolution began in 1947, shortly after Bell Laboratories’ scientists invented transistors and managed to combine them together into integrated circuits (Douglas E. Comer, 2019). The world’s transition from an analogue era to a digital one marked the commencement of a rapid transformation that continues to take place to this day.
The fabrication and distortion of truth in the media isn’t new; it’s been done since the dawn of the printing press and journalism, with new methods constantly being introduced to push certain agendas and narratives onto consumers.
Estimates suggest that the United States comprises up to 80% of total global medical innovation. This is because the U.S. has a unique lack of price regulation on drugs, allowing pharmaceutical companies to thrive. However, leaders across the political spectrum including Clinton, Sanders, and Trump have been proposing the implementation of price controls on the pharmaceutical industry to slow rising drug prices.
The collective decision to integrate within the global economic system, like the revocation of the mercantilist Corn Laws in 1846 (Kevin O’Rourke, 1999), propelled states further into interdependency and drastically improved their economies.