Jealousy’s Ugly Destructiveness

By Dr. Constantinos E. Scaros - December 9, 2019

The resignation on December 5 of Antonis Diamataris – Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Responsible for Hellenes Abroad, and the longest-serving publisher of TNH and […]

Analysis: Sad but Expected

By Theodore Kalmoukos - December 3, 2019

The recent arrest of former Executive Director of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America Jerry Dimitriou on charges of embezzlement of Archdiocesan funds and misuse […]

Democratic Establishment in Disarray

By Dan Georgakas - December 2, 2019

At the onset of the presidential nomination process, the Democratic establishment was confident that former Vice-President Joe Biden was its best bet to defeat President […]

What Will Happen Next November?

By Dr. Constantinos E. Scaros - December 2, 2019

I grew up in a large extended family. My parents, aunts, and uncles were Greek immigrants, and overwhelmingly Democrats. Harry Truman and John F. Kennedy […]

Dangers of CBD Products

By John Athanasatos - December 1, 2019

CBD products have been rising in popularity. Just about every local pharmacy, health food store, and even convenient store sells them. What are CBD products? […]

The Rebirth

By Eraklis Diamataris - November 30, 2019

Monday’s decision to amend the Greek constitution in the Hellenic Parliament was nothing short of historic. Acting on the mandate given to him by the […]