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. […]

Greek-American Stories: Diplomacy

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - September 15, 2018

Vasili (Bill to you!) and I were on our way to St. John’s church where a dinner dance was being held; a table being reserved […]

Black Power in the New South?

By Dan Georgakas - September 14, 2018

A surprising result of Democratic party primaries is that three African-Americans will be the Democratic candidates for governorships in the South: Andrew Gillum in Florida, […]

The Opioid Pandemic: Current and Recovering Addicts

By John Athanasatos - September 11, 2018

As I have written in this newspaper previously, the opioid pandemic was an introduction describing how the opioid crisis became a pandemic, who is affected […]

It Can Happen Here

By Amb. Patrick Theros - September 3, 2018

Madeleine Albright may not have been my favorite secretary of State, but her must-read recent book, Fascism, A Warning (Harper & Collins, 2018), shows that […]

What is a Democratic Socialist?

By Dan Georgakas - August 28, 2018

For the first time in seventy years, democratic socialists have become a viable element in national politics. Sixty democratic socialists have run or are running […]