Hungary and Central Europe owe their deepest gratitude for his role in felling the Iron Curtain.
Heady feelings from the former communist bloc. (Also read Michael Totten: "North African Dominoes?")
Last week I wrote a piece for PJM about the “red sludge” in Hungary. At that time, I was not aware of the horror I was confronted with yesterday.
As "red sludge" pours over the little town of Kolontár, desecrating the picturesque landscape, citizens and government work together to alleviate the worst of the disaster.
Despite the clamor against them, the European governments were correct to adhere to the principle of putting the lives of passengers above everything else.
Sunday's Hungarian elections placed in power a huge conservative majority, and leader, for four full years.