The Church-bashing and librertine persmissivism (comdomisign youngsters, abortion at whim, etc.) are a blueprint for moral decay, ...
Abolition of the Senate does not seem wise as this body corrects or fine-tunes legislation. Maybe downsizing it to 50 (from the current 100) seats would be OK.
I hope you don't mind me saying so, but I haven't heard anything about abortion at whim. I should add I hear everything from second hand from my wife (who has to translate some of the news items, but I am pretty sure she doesn't lie to me ... ;). And saying that there should be a division between church and state, doesn't necessarily sound like church bashing to me.
I have to agree with you, though, about the abolition of the Senate. I think there should be two bodies that have a look at passing a bill. If a government wants to pass a bill and has a majority in the Lower Chamber (which it will always have), then there is no second (somewhat more independent body) that has another look.
I have to admit that I don't exactly know how it works in Poland, but for example in the Netherlands the Senate is chosen from the States-Provincial, a kind of provincial parliament and legislative assembly in each province of the Netherlands. It is directly elected every four years and has the responsibility for matters of sub-national or regional importance. From its members the Senate is indirectly chosen. So in a way it kind of makes it independent from the government