When is an Entitlement not an Entitlement?

By Amb. Patrick Theros - November 22, 2017

Political vocabulary shapes attitudes among both legislators and voters and political culture shapes the vocabulary. In the United States, we have coined the term “entitlement” […]

Proposed Tax Cuts: an Economic Trojan Horse

By Dan Georgakas - November 20, 2017

The Republican Party promised voters that if elected it would provide substantial tax cuts for the average American. The tax code would be simplified and […]

Todays’ Republican Conservatives

By Dan Georgakas - November 11, 2017

The Republican Party proudly declares itself as being conservative. What this designation means isn’t always clear as there are significant differences in what any given […]

Lies and Innuendo Rule

By Amb. Patrick Theros - November 10, 2017

Lies, innuendo, and propaganda have always played an important role in political manipulation.Unfortunately, the proliferation of modern mass media and the multiplication of sources (real […]

To Recover, Greece Needs the Church

By Theodore G. Karakostas - November 9, 2017

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has 144 seats in the Greek Parliament. That is less than a majority. He does not have a mandate to wage […]

Analysis: The Salaries of the Clergy

By Theodoros Kalmoukos - November 6, 2017

The issue of the salaries and benefits of the clergy comes up very often for discussion in many if not all parishes, and certainly at […]

Sexual Assaults in Greek Mythology and Reality

By Dimitra Pontoporou - November 6, 2017

We usually don’t regard them as sexual assaults, but as spicy stories of the Greek Gods. But women in the Greek mythology, whether they are […]