Interviews wydanie 4.11.2022 – 11.11.2022
There are two hundred Putins in Russia
The longer war takes place, the bigger the risk of nuclear attack.
Interviews wydanie 28.10.2022 – 4.11.2022
How Rishi Sunak became Prime Minister
The English would rip off “Poland” patches from the clothes of the same people, who, until recently, they had bought a round of beers for.
Interviews wydanie 28.10.2022 – 4.11.2022
Muszyna? It Was a Ghost Town
The first indoor ski slope in Poland is to be built here, a unique undertaking for all Europe.
Interviews wydanie 21.10.2022 – 28.10.2022
I go hunting to obtain healthy, fresh meat
I shoot so as to kill the animal, explains the hunter with 30 years of experience.
Interviews wydanie 14.10.2022 – 21.10.2022
Alfred Szklarski – a dream merchant
A U.S. citizen and Warsaw insurgent imprisoned by the communists for collaborating with the Germans. He travelled in his imagination.
Interviews wydanie 14.10.2022 – 21.10.2022
Why do the elites need a contemporary “peasantry”?
Prof. Joel Kotkin: The crisis can be seen, for example, in the declining number of young people who can afford to own a home.
Interviews wydanie 14.10.2022 – 21.10.2022
The strength of a country woman
A woman, brought up with love for her patrimony, which rests at the bottom of the reservoir on the Dunajec River.
Interviews wydanie 16.09.2022 – 23.09.2022
Ideological revival of the Christian Democrats is impossible
The Catholic Church has been penetrated by Marxism in the sphere of philosophy and theology.
Interviews wydanie 16.09.2022 – 23.09.2022
Charles III: traditionalist, Islam sympathiser, admirer of beauty
His mother liked horses, her son likes ideas
Interviews wydanie 9.09.2022 – 16.09.2022
Liz Truss will not be the second Margaret Thatcher
Labour and the Conservative Party do not differ on fundamental issues, says Maciej Zakrzewski, political scientist.
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