Welcome to Athens ….. The Grey Zone

- July 17, 2014

Greece’s capital Athens, which should be a showpiece of public art, is essentially a charmless dump and a place many tourists avoid.

Greek Soccer Stars Aren’t Real Heroes

- July 15, 2014

Greece’s World Cup team played its heart out in a losing effort and deserved accolades, but the country’s real heroes aren’t athletes.

Gay Marriage is Harmful to Society

- July 1, 2014

The natural law of marriage between a man and woman is to produce children for continuance of the human species and can’t be changed.

Samaras Knows The National Interest

- June 22, 2014

When Greek courts overturn his polices, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras ignores them because he knows what’s best … and in the national interest.

The Samaras Shuffle, The Retread Dance

- June 14, 2014

Some of the names and faces are different, but Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ partially new Cabinet is still filled with the same, tired retread types.

The Bitter Divide is Greece’s Legacy

- June 2, 2014

Greeks have been fighting each other since the days of the City-States and Peloponnesian War, and now it goes on under a different method: politics.