Libertarians are all about freedom. The freedom of the individual. But the issues get tricky when you make them international. For example, should any individual (who doesn't intend other individuals harm) be permitted to move, live and work anywhere he/she wants to?
Jeff Miron of Harvard and the Cato Institute says yes, the US should have open borders. But it's important that you get behind the somewhat trolling headline and think about some of Jeff's key points. I'm not saying I agree with all of them, but it's thought-provoking: "The solution to America’s immigration problems is open borders, under which the United States imposes no immigration restrictions at all. If the U.S. adopts this policy, the benefits will far outweigh the costs."
Read Jeff's entire op-ed here: https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/862185002
And here's my conversation with Jeff on the show: