Welfare states cultivate the sin of sloth

“As thousands of African migrants land on the golden beaches of Spain, old Europe shows the signs of fatigue,” says Mihail Neamtu in this week’s Acton Commentary. “In August, most of its politicians are on holiday. Continue Reading…
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