Managing editor at Sovereignty.pl and journalist at ”Do Rzeczy” magazine where he specializes in foreign affairs and history.
Editor-in-chief of ”Do Rzeczy” weekly magazine which is one of the biggest Polish Conservative magazines. Paweł Lisicki specializes in religious and politicial topics. His book ”Dżihad i samozagłada Zachodu” (“Jihad and the Suicide of the West”) earned him a lot of praise among conservative commentators in Europe.
Rafał A. Ziemkiewicz
Journalist, commentator, and science-fiction writer who works for “Do Rzeczy” weekly magazine. One of his most famous books is titled “Michnikowszczyzna. Zapis choroby” (“Michnikism. A Medical History”). The book explains the role of Adam Michnik (one of the founders of “Gazeta Wyborcza”) and his followers in post-communist Poland.
Political journalist at “Do Rzeczy” magazine. Kamila Baranowska is known for her in-depth knowledge of the Polish political scene as well as her analytical skills.
Historian, editor-in-chief of “Historia Do Rzeczy” – the largest magazine covering Polish history. Piotr Zychowicz writes mainly about the history of World War 2 from the Polish perspective. “Obłęd ‘44” (”Madness ‘44”) about the political aspects of the Warsaw uprising of 1944 is one of his best known books.
Expert on Spain and neo-marxist / communist movements in contemporary Europe, journalist at “Do Rzeczy” magazine.
Journalist and historian, one of the most famous authors of ”Do Rzeczy” magazine. His main areas of interests are Polish politics and history of the Polish struggle against the communist regime. ”Lewy Czerwcowy”, a book published in 1993 about the fall of Jan Olszewski’s cabinet, gave Piotr Semka prominence among the Polish conservatives.
Renowned Polish literary critic who writes for “Do Rzeczy” and “Historia Do Rzeczy”. He mainly focuses on Polish literature of the 20th century, especially during the communist era. “From glory to infamy” is one of his most famous books about the world of Polish writers.
Journalist, author, and journalist who writes both about politics and culture. He is most known, among others, for his book “Demokrator”.
Expert on Russian culture and politics, journalist at ”Do Rzeczy” magazine and lecturer at University of Szczecin.
Marek Jan Chodakiewicz
Polish-American historian specializing in Central European history, especially of the 20th century. Professor Chodakiewicz is an author of many important works, among them: “The Massacre in Jedwabne, July 10, 1941: Before, During, After” and “The Civilization of Death: How to stop the anti-culture of totalitarian minorities”.
Journalist at „Polonia Christiana”, expert on religious affairs. He is a co-author (with Rev. dr. Robert Skrzypczak) of “Fire in the Church. Hope in the times of crisis”.