Look at Carly’s Face!

- September 24, 2015

Megyn Kelly has done a better job conveying impartiality in covering Donald Trump in the weeks following the August 7 debate than many of her […]

Why Scott Walker Never Had a Chance

- September 21, 2015

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker ends his 2016 presidential bid. That comes as no surprise, considering he is doing so poorly in the polls – currently […]

Takeaways from Debate #2

- September 16, 2015

  The second 2016 Republican Presidential Debate is over – and not a moment too soon. Live from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on CNN, […]

Schizoid Man: Tsipras I vs. Tsipras II

- September 15, 2015

The question that needs to be asked ahead of the Sept. 20 Greek elections – the fifth in six years – is why ANYONE would […]

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

- September 13, 2015

We are less than a week away from the pivotal date of September 17, 2015 when the Federal Reserve Open Markets Committee is expected by many to consider raising short […]

Donald Trump’s Growth and Refinement

- September 4, 2015

Political pundits and casual observers alike, to a considerable extent, think that Donald Trump is incapable of growth or refinement. “He is what he is,” […]

Greek-Am. Relief and the Homeland

- September 3, 2015

Since the outbreak of the economic crisis in Greece there has been a surge of relief provided by Greek-American foundations, organizations and individuals. We have […]

Abortion’s Rape and Incest Exceptions

- August 21, 2015

In this week’s Agora debate, Constantinos E. Scaros and Dan Georgakas discuss and debate the rape and incest exceptions to abortion: are they necessary or […]

Folly of Foregoing Knowledge

- August 20, 2015

“Happy is the Man Who Has Gained Knowledge through History.” Euripides coined that phrase over two millenia ago, yet it remains just as timely today […]