The fall of the 'orange' camp did not end the struggle concerning the geopolitical situation of Ukraine on Europe's map. The rivalry was transferred from the political to the economic platform. The authorities in Kiev are negotiating with Brussels about the possibility to sign an association agreement and access to the Free Trade Zone. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Antoni Macierewicz, MP, about fog, disinformation, reliability of the investigation of the evidence and the instructions of the Ulyanovsk School, i.e., about the laborious but effective way to discover the truth about the Smolensk plane crash.
Archbishop Slawoj Leszek Głodz accused the ruling party of making propaganda of success. 'One should neither hide the truth nor run away from it nor manipulate it fearing that the opinion polls will be unfavourable,' the Metropolitan of Gdansk warned the party. He celebrated Mass in St Mary's Basilica in Gdansk on the Feast of Mary, Queen of Poland and the anniversary of the Third of May Constitution. »
These are not only speculations of experts. The American Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported on the possibility of gas production from shale. In its report concerning potential formations for shale gas the EIA discusses the situation of 32 countries, including Poland. »
Neither the Tsar nor the German occupation, nor the communist Russification nor labour migration broke us down, and so we are going to survive now, says Jaroslaw Narkiewicz, MP of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania, member of the parliamentary Commission for Education, Science and Culture. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Prof. Lucjan Piela about the lack of serious public debate and the need of independent thinking not only in the society.
The media focus on the Co-operative Savings and Credit Unions (the Polish name: SKOK) on the map of the co-operative movement in Poland. This dynamically developing financial institution, directing its offers to their members (every client becomes a member of a credit union), embraces over 2 million people, which is 15% of households. »
Wieslawa Lewandowska talks to Dr. Rafal Matyja about political rivalry that goes beyond the framework of usefulness and about arbiters who add fuel to the flames.
Rev. Msgr. Ireneusz Skubis talks to Alicja Zajac, the Senator from Krosno, the widow of the late Senator Stanislaw Zajac, Beata Kempa, MP from the Law and Justice Party (PiS) from Wroclaw constituency and Mariusz Blaszczak, President of the Law and Justice Parliamentary Club and MP from Warsaw Area constituency.