The Corner

Hungry Like The Wolf

Europe is being overrun by wolves. I kid you not. And no, I am not talking about lupine EU bureaucrats. This story gives just a hint of what the world is in for when the demographic crisis hits. We have less time than we think to put right our entitlement problems–both here and in Europe. The foolishness of the anti-reform left in Europe and America is only a part of the picture, as this article shows.

Stanley Kurtz — Stanley Kurtz is a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.

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