In this Agora, TNH Executive Editor Constantinos Scaros and anarchist-poet-author Dan Georgakas tangle over whether fracking is useful or an environmental nightmare.
The deaths of two unarmed Black men in New York and Missouri, at the hands of police, has incited new debate about America’s racial divide.
Are Americans making too much about healthy-eating, or not nearly enough. Either way, why is the media so conspicuously silent about all of this?
In this episode of Agora, TNH Executive Editor Constantinos Scaros and poet/historian/anarchist Dan Georgakas lock horns over Ukraine and US foreign policy.
Constantinos E. Scaros says the U.S. can win wars nowadays without loss of lives or limbs. But Dan Georgakas says that’s wishful thinking.
Georgakas and Scaros often take opposite sides on most issues – but they agree that both major parties have failed in dealing with Medicare. Georgakas rails against Medicare fraud, while Scaros blasts hospitals for charging so much in the first place.
It’s back to basics in this version of Agora as Dan Georgakas and TNH Executive Editor Constantinos E. Scaros debate the age-old problem of whether government should lead, follow or get out of the way.
Dan Georgakas and Constantinos E. Scaros discuss the mystery of the Holy Fire at the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Is it a hoax or is […]
In this Agora, Dan Georgakas says Congressman Paul Ryan’s proposed deep budget cuts are madness, but Constantinos Scaros says the government’s $1 million-per-minute spending is the real insanity.
In this week’s AGORA, Constantinos E. Scaros says politicians are wrong to think Latinos favor immigration amnesty. Dan Georgakas says it’s the American way.