STAGING JEDWABNE: the 2013 West Coast premiere of “Our Class” by Gordon Black Aquinas writes that conscience can be mistaken, from use of a false premise. The play Our Class, as an exercise in conscience, depends on how securely it… Read More ›
Poland in the Media
Matthew Tyrmand October 5, 2016 To the Editorial Board of the Washington Post: This past Friday evening you posted an editorial under “The Post’s View” entitled “Donald Trump is normalizing bigotry.” In this post you utilized my Breitbart column… Read More ›
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Ewa Thompson In the first quarter of 2016 even persons uninterested in Poland have likely noted a series of unfavorable articles about that country in English and German media. With breathtaking frankness, the cause of media attention was suggested by George… Read More ›
Is Soros Funding An Agitprop Protest Movement to Destabilize Poland’s New Democratically Elected Government?
by Matthew Tyrmand As I have written about at length in these pages; on October 25th the Polish people decisively elected a new government delivering the largest popular mandate in modern Polish history (the post-1989 period) to the right of center… Read More ›
by Stephen Baskerville, professor of government at Patrick Henry College The attack on Poland by Western liberals has been vitriolic and relentless and has now reached the dimensions of the absurd. When highbrow journals like Foreign Policy, the New… Read More ›
Published: May 21, 2016 “We are indebted to you for battling with your blood the sacred right to decide about the security order of Europe and the entire world! We are indebted to you because it is thanks… Read More ›