User Profile: Bartosz Kunatowski
This user has submitted 15 translations to Watching America.
Fake news is obviously a problem, but even real news, if taken out of context and reduced to one picture or 140 characters, can falsify reality. [Read more]
They gave him a sounding board, he used it – and keeps using it still. [Read more]
Trump showed a great deal of respect to Xi Jinping and flooded him with compliments, but apparently he didn’t manage to accomplish much.
A lunatic with nuclear warheads at his fingertips, confident he's capable of solving every international issue, would be a nightmare.
Even though Hillary Clinton is not an inspiring candidate, the specter of Donald Trump in the White House will mobilize the Democrats like never before. [Read more]
<i>Where Moscow succeeds spectacularly, Washington will probably fail, despite engaging similar means. Why is that?</i>
Russia and the U.S. are undertaking a similar military plan in Syria: air raids on local enemies to support land attacks on local allies. Since the start of the American intervention against the [Read more]
Bernie Sanders has become an unexpected hero for a lot of Americans.
The candidate for president of the U.S is a socialist and America is spooked, but such spooking has taken place among those liberal, left-wing, large city enclaves rather than on ranches in Texas and in Walmart parking lots in Georgia. That [Read more]
On CNN television, the Republican presidential candidates were arguing which one of them will be the toughest in fighting against terrorism, outracing each other in talking garbage and boasting about the war crimes they intend to commit. In a surrealistic argument, witnessed on Tuesday night by CNN viewers, the victor [Read more]
While theoretically a tripartite division of power applies in the United States, in practice the Supreme Court is the ultimate oracle — almost a god. [Read more]
Every normal politician would be finished after an event such as this. [Read more]
<i>Any minute, we will have a former presidents' club in Poland. Not quite institutionalized, but it will actually exist. Also any minute, we will have a new president who is politically different from all of the former ones.</i>
The measure of greatness for both the former and future head of the country will be [Read more]
<i>The negotiations regarding the Iranian nuclear program, which have been ongoing for almost two years, turned into an unbearably long-lasting series. Starring in it are the diplomats, who announce, in official statements and in backstage leaks, "We are close to agreement, but there are still some important issues to [Read more]
Individual states will no longer be allowed to forbid same-sex marriages. The U.S. Supreme Court legalized these marriages for the whole country.
"No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family," wrote Anthony Kennedy, whose vote [Read more]
<i>After a two-day break, the U.S. government will again gather data on millions of Americans’ phone calls — it became possible thanks to a vote in the Senate, but in six months, the big “phone call vacuuming” will come to an end.</i>
On Sunday, the senators gave America to the terrorists for devouring, but [Read more]
<b>The head of the American Senate Armed Services Committee, John McCain, promised his personal involvement in the abolishment of the visa requirement for Poles wishing to travel to the U.S. He announced that adequate changes regarding the matter will be passed on for enactment in next year’s defense budget.</b>