Modern Greek Math Just “Don’t Add Up”

- February 8, 2014

You’d think the country that perfected mathematics, from Autolycus’ On The Moving Sphere and Euclid’s Elements, more than 2,300 years ago would be able to […]

What A Golden Dawn Nazi Mayor Means

- January 31, 2014

Greece’s ultra-far right super-duper extremist Golden Dawn non-spokesman Ilias Kasidiaris, one of the party leaders arrested on charges of running a criminal gang, says he wants to be Mayor of Athens, even if he has to rule from jail.

Xiros Makes Greece Pay Wages of Fear

- January 25, 2014

One certainty about terrorists, who, by definition, are zealous nuts, is that they will never change their ways, which is what Christodoulos Xiros from the […]

Greek Terrorists Get Out Of Jail Free

- January 18, 2014

This was the choice that convicted November 17 terrorist Christodoulos Xeros, 55, serving six life sentences for the murders of six people, including officials attached […]

Hold Your Horses, Amb. Theros

- January 12, 2014

Ambassador Theros went a bit overboard in his praise of Secretary Kerry in his column, “If You Weren’t Thrilled with 2013, Just Wait until 2014” […]

Arms Scandal Left Greek Defenseless

- January 12, 2014

Corruption is not a victimless crime, and it’s costly. When politicians or civil servants steal from the state, the cost is passed on to taxpayers […]

The Reasons Why Greece is So Corrupt

- January 4, 2014

This isn’t opinion, it’s fact: Transparency International ranks Greece the most corrupt country in the European Union, which is saying something when you consider Italy […]

Greek Christmas: No Ho Ho Ho

- December 20, 2013

For a lot of Greek children, there’s not a lot to be happy about this year as they faced yet another Austerity Christmas, a time […]

Stournaras Wants Greeks To Pay More

- December 13, 2013

See, this is what happens when a think tank technocrat comes into government. With politicians, you get career pragmatists interested in enriching themselves and their […]

The Greek Night Chill Kills

- December 9, 2013

It’s getting cold in Greece as winter approaches, not the bone-freezing deep frost of a January night wind that blows in off Boston Harbor, but […]