There are times in public life when one must go against the tide in order to move society forward because what’s right is right.
Treason is not a modern phenomenon, going back even to the Peloponnesian War, but why are Americans and British fighting for Islamic Jihadists?
President Barack Obama has begun to pave the way to the commencement of bombing Syria, but not for the use of chemical weapons.
While the Bank of America has been fined $17 billion for selling “junk” risky, mortgage-backed securities to investors, no bankers are going to be punished.
The simmering crisis in Europe erupted dramatically this week – in France, the second largest economy in the Eurozone.
Opening the “Cyprus File” was the promise, and the threat, of politicians, mainly of Andreas Papandreou. The promise was for the people to know the truth.
Is Greece really prepared for a prolonged economic crisis – one that might last at least ten years? And what if it’s more?
The deteriorating relationship between President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu isn’t going unnoticed around the world.
Mount Sinai Hospital Queens is about to get upgraded: a large, six-story ultra-modern building, being completed at a fast pace.
When you visit Greece, you notice a discrepancy between the place and its state of affairs: beauty, beaten back by too much misery.