When is an Entitlement not an Entitlement?

By Amb. Patrick Theros - November 22, 2017

Political vocabulary shapes attitudes among both legislators and voters and political culture shapes the vocabulary. In the United States, we have coined the term “entitlement” […]

A Rare Beacon of Journalistic Integrity

By Constantinos E. Scaros - November 21, 2017

I have taught journalism on the college level for over 20 years, and during the early part of that period I would bring in a […]

Proposed Tax Cuts: an Economic Trojan Horse

By Dan Georgakas - November 20, 2017

The Republican Party promised voters that if elected it would provide substantial tax cuts for the average American. The tax code would be simplified and […]

Min Mou Tis Tsepes Tarate (My Apologies to Archimedes)

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - November 19, 2017

An agitated John entered Dixon’s that Sunday. Dimos, first to notice, asked him, “What’s wrong, friend?”  “My house was broken into two days ago while […]

TNH’s Coverage of the Church

By Theodoros Kalmoukos - November 17, 2017

The National Herald plays a pivotal role in covering the issues of our Greek Orthodox Church in America. During TNH’s first 20 years, hundreds of […]