Italy, Spain, and France face serious economic challenges because of bloated public sectors. But as a Wall Street Journal editorial explains, there is very little evidence that politicians intend to reduce the burden of government.
A Wall Street Journal news report explains how Germany’s Angela Merkel has given up many of her supposed free-market principles and instead is rolling back some of the good reforms of her Social Democrat predecessor.
Having surrendered much of his nation’s sovereignty to the bureaucracy in Brussels, UK Prime Minster Gordon Brown came to America and suggested that the U.S. follow him down the same path and submit to global governance. Phyllis Schafly slices and dices Brown’s anti-democratic agenda.