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Yiannis awoke earlier that Saturday morning.

Politics, as Shakespeare said, “is a thieves game, those who stay long enough are invariably robbed.

Politics, as Shakespeare said, “is a thieves game, those who stay long enough are invariably robbed.

The following words – written by Wall Street Journal columnist Allysia Finley and published by that newspaper on February 11 – had such an effect on me that I felt compelled to share them with you: “When I stepped outside the Journal’s Midtown Manhattan offices shortly after 8 PM Thursday, I entered a crime scene.

The following words – written by Wall Street Journal columnist Allysia Finley and published by that newspaper on February 11 – had such an effect on me that I felt compelled to share them with you: “When I stepped outside the Journal’s Midtown Manhattan offices shortly after 8 PM Thursday, I entered a crime scene.

The Greek word for statute or institution (thesmos) is derived from the verb ‘tithemi’, which means to place or lay down – hence the phrase ‘lay down the law’.

The Greek word for statute or institution (thesmos) is derived from the verb ‘tithemi’, which means to place or lay down – hence the phrase ‘lay down the law’.

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It’s a hot July day in Greece, 2024, another heat wave rivaling the one in 2023 that could have melted steel.

The Failed November Coup in 1924

The coup of November 1924 was organized by a small group of conspiratorial officers who intended to overthrow the Michalakopoulos government.

The coup of November 1924 was organized by a small group of conspiratorial officers who intended to overthrow the Michalakopoulos government.

The Politics of the Marriage Equality Vote

When prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis pledged to a pass a law that legalized same-sex marriage and equal parental rights for same-sex couples you would have thought that the approval in the Greek parliament would have been a slam dunk.

When prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis pledged to a pass a law that legalized same-sex marriage and equal parental rights for same-sex couples you would have thought that the approval in the Greek parliament would have been a slam dunk.

I Hope the Next President and VP Will Be Two White Men

I hope that the next president and vice president of the United States are two white men.

I hope that the next president and vice president of the United States are two white men.

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Trump may or may not become the next American President.

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On March 5, Super Tuesday, 15 states (and American Samoa) will vote for the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees.

National Elections, Mail-in Ballots, and Lame Arguments

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An unsuccessful first attempt by the Greek Government to extend mail-in voting rights to Greek citizens living abroad for national elections revealed that there is still ground to cover to overcome longstanding obstacles created by partisanship, considering that 200 votes are needed to pass this amendment.

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This July will mark 50 years since two unlawful 1974 invasions of Cyprus by Turkey seized the northern third of the island, where it still keeps 35,000 troops, and every attempt at reunification has been an ignominious failure.

This July will mark 50 years since two unlawful 1974 invasions of Cyprus by Turkey seized the northern third of the island, where it still keeps 35,000 troops, and every attempt at reunification has been an ignominious failure.

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