An American journalist has gifted us with gruelingly realistic war vignettes of the Islamic State from Iraq’s second most populous city.
The Russian strongman has been bringing up some old canards about Poland.
He started asking questions. He challenged the system. And he bothered the hell out of the Soviets.
While we wait for European self-loathing to burn itself out, we should not neglect our true best-friends-forever on the continent, the Poles, who experienced history intensely in the 20th century and do not want a repeat of that in the current one.
The Polish fighting group has been maligned as sympathetic to the Nazis. The truth is quite different.
An unexpected international uproar has blown up concerning a Polish attempt to battle an old slander.