Archbishop Chrysanthos: the Champion of Pontos 1916-18

By Stavros T. Stavridis - February 21, 2018

Archbishop Chrysanthos of Trebizond addressed a memorial to British Prime Minister Lloyd George in May, 1919, outlining the importance of Pontos having its own independence […]

Trump Hasn’t Learned from Bush’s Mistakes

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - February 19, 2018

President Trump professes that he is respectful of religion. That’s probably why for vice president he selected Mike Pence: someone religious (it looks good to […]

Faith in Our Lives

By Antonis H. Diamataris - February 16, 2018

This year’s National Prayer Breakfast, an important annual American tradition involving many hundreds of religious and political leaders and other officials from all over the […]

Immigration Reform and Greek America

By Dan Georgakas - February 16, 2018

Immigration reform is on the Congressional agenda. The immediate focus is on the Dreamers (children brought to the United States by undocumented workers).A longer-termconcern is […]

Extremists and the End of Christianity

By Amb. Patrick Theros - February 15, 2018

Barry Goldwater (for those old enough to remember our first “conservative” presidential candidate) proclaimed during his 1964 campaign that “extremism in the defense of liberty […]

“If We Run to Save Macedonia, We Will Be Saved”

By Christopher Tripoulas - February 10, 2018

The demonstrations taking place in Greece over the government’s (mis)handling of secret negotiations with the nation formerly known as Vardaska (aka FYROM or those wannabes […]