Analysis: Inadequacies and Incompetencies

By Theodore Kalmoukos - July 17, 2018

Since last September, when The National Herald first started the revelations about the Archdiocese’s dire financial situation, many attempts were made to ignore, spin, undermine, […]

Greek-American Stories: Play it Again, Sam

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - July 17, 2018

This is another true story. I wish to inform you beforehand that, due to circumstances beyond my control, the general public have missed the opportunity […]

The Opioid Pandemic

By John Athanasatos - July 16, 2018

The drug problem has been a major concern for decades, from the 1960s with marijuana and heroin, to the 1980s with crack and cocaine, andthe […]

Justice Thomas Appropriately Scolds the Lower Courts

By Constantinos E. Scaros - July 15, 2018

The left loves to excoriate United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, in their typical condescending manner implicitly or explicitly deeming him an intellectual dwarf, […]

This Week in Greek History

By Eraklis Diamataris - July 15, 2018

July 15: On this day in 1974, a Greek dictatorship-sponsored coup d’état is launched in Cyprus that deposed President Makarios III and elevated Nikos Sampson […]