“It is an offensive, derogatory name. A slur. Historically, it is a reflection of the oppression of one group of people by another.”
Rarely do we have a news event that causes politicians to downgrade from hypocrites into candidates for Dante’s Inferno. The Bergdahl case is the latest example.
Americans, and Greek-Americans in particular, remember the name Spiro Agnew. His was the first high-level scandal of the Nixon Administration, one that came before Watergate. […]
Constantinos E. Scaros and Dan Georgakas discuss and debate whether the backlash against anti-gay sentiment in the United States is a bit over-the-top.
There’s a lot of reasons Hillary Clinton shouldn’t run for President as the Democatic nominee in 2016, and her age is one of them.
There’s much behind the national uproar over Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s remarks to “V. Stiviano,” a woman whose name and life remain enigmatic.
By Amb. Patrick M. Theros Cyprus seems to have convinced itself that it found the silver bullet to keep Turkey at bay and make a […]
You win some and you lose some. The key is to recognize which fights you should avoid because you know you are going to lose.
At about 6 p.m. on April 10, 2005 Archbishop Iakovos took his final breath, in a simple suburban hospital room in Stamford, Connecticut. He was 94.
U.S. Rep Joe Wilson was condemned for shouting “You lie!” as President Barack Obama addressed Congress in 2009, but some of what he said has come home to roost.