Why the Argument? Kavanaugh Disqualified Himself

By Amb. Patrick Theros - October 5, 2018

No matter what the FBI investigation about Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s drinking and sexual assault should develop, even if it categorically exonerates him, Kavanaugh explicitly disqualified […]

A Hurricane Named Trump

By Dan Georgakas - October 3, 2018

This past month has been tumultuous for President Trump. Fierce windstorms from the press have escalated amid a risingflood of his associates pleading guilty to […]

Greek-American Stories: A Poetic Finish

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - October 2, 2018

An enthusiastic Yiannis sat with his friends at Dixon’s reaching for a sprinkled donut and told them about a contest he’s going to enter. “A […]

Che Tsipras’ Favorite New Chant: USA! USA!

By Andy Dabilis - October 1, 2018

There’s no zealot like a convert, so it wouldn’t be surprising to find out that Greek Prime Minister and Looney Left – now Rabid Right […]

Lessons to be Learned about the Kavanaugh Hearings

By Constantinos E. Scaros - September 30, 2018

There is so much to say about the U.S. Senate’s proceedings regarding the confirmation ofPresident Trump’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh that it would take […]

Hellenism and the Clash of Civilizations

By Christopher Tripoulas - September 25, 2018

During the mid-1990s, Harvard Professor Samuel Huntington wrote a seminal book entitled The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order, which influenced geopolitical […]

Greek-American Stories

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - September 24, 2018

Yiannis walked into Dixon’s looking like an investor who had just learned his stocks failed. Getting his coffee and seating himself in silence the others […]

Proud to be Chalcedonian

By John Athanasatos - September 21, 2018

On September 16, we commemorated St. Euphemia the Martyr. She contested for the Orthodox Faith in 304 AD under the Roman Emperor Diocletian. Her body […]

What Have We Learned?

By Dr Constantina Michalos - September 15, 2018

HOUSTON, TX – Classes resumed at Santa Fe High School on August 20.Since the mass shooting on May 18th that left 10 people dead, Gov. […]