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Senator Vance Slams Biden Administration’s Silence On Polish Government Attacks On Press Freedom

“The firings of personnel at Telewizja Polska (TVP), Polskie Radio, and the Polish Press Agency, initiated promptly after Prime Minister Donald Tusk and his political allies took power, raise questions about this new government’s commitment to media freedom and the rule of law.” WASHINGTON D.C. – Senator JD Vance (R-OH) sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken expressing concern over actions taken …

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Ambassador Wos Delivers Keynote Speech

At PAC Washington, D.C. Metro Division’s Thanksgiving Luncheon By John Czop The Polish American Congress’s (PAC) Washington, DC Metro Division held its annual Thanksgiving Luncheon at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, Virginia on November 18, 2023.  The keynote speech was delivered by former United States ambassador to Estonia, 2004-2006, Aldona Z. Wos M.D., who is president of the …

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Christmas and New Year’s Traditions

By Edward Wilczynski ‘Imagine yourself to be in a Polish city on the afternoon of December 24th in the 1970’s…. As dusk approaches, the frantically busy streets are suddenly empty of all people except those few who must work in some essential service — police, bus drivers, health service personnel, etc. One feels an almost enchanted expectation as the blue-gray …

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Times Square Billboard Starts Today

By Bill Donohue Starting today (December 11th, 2023), through December 24, the Catholic League will feature a digital billboard in Times Square. At the top it says, “CELEBRATE RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY,” and at the bottom it says, “CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS.” In between is an image of the nativity scene—Our Blessed Mother, baby Jesus and Joseph. The billboard is on the east side …

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Caroling Together and Traditional Polish Foods

Please Join the Kosciuszko Foundation Holiday Festivities! WASHINGTON, D.C. – Come to our traditional sing-a-long of Polish and American Carols & Christmas songs, accompanied by our beloved pianist, Martin Labazevitch. We will also enjoy a special performance by the folk group Slaveya – a vocal ensemble featuring Eastern European folk music. Slaveya sings traditional and sacred songs from the orthodox Balkans and Caucasus …

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Agnieszka Holland Named Honorary Trustee of the KF

The Kosciuszko Foundation is proud to announce that filmmaker Agnieszka Holland has been elected as an Honorary Trustee of the Kosciuszko Foundation. We would also like to wish Agnieszka a Happy Birthday. Sto Lat! Photo: Marek Skulimowski, KF President and Executive Director, awarded Agnieszka Holland the Medal of Recognition at the 2022 KF Annual Fundraising Ball in New York. KF President Marek Skulimowski said, …

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Washington Should Brace For New Polish Preferences In Arms Suppliers

By Peter Doran  Oct 24, 06:45 AM  DEFENSE NEWS / OPINION The recent ouster of Poland’s government at the ballot box signals some significant potential changes to the security posture of NATO’s strongest ally in Eastern Europe. Under the next Polish government, U.S. defense firms may find tougher competition from European industry for big-ticket arms purchases by Warsaw. The total size of Polish …

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Pascrell Announces Massive $4 Million Investment In North Jersey Law Enforcement

Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) announced today that the Biden administration is awarding $4,094,000 in law enforcement grants to several North Jersey communities. Allocated by the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), these grants will support the hiring of 32 new police officers as well as de-escalation training and resources. Details of the grants …

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