Last Night While the Nation Slept

By Dean Popps - November 15, 2018

Monday night, November 5, while most of us slept, two senior Army leaders and a solemn accompanying cadre of others, made a silent, sad, nighttime […]

Greek Dancing

By Dr. Evaggelos Vallianatos - November 11, 2018

A friend and I went recently to a Greek festival at San Juan Capistrano in Southern California. The day was sunny and hot, the traffic […]

“Saving” Social Security

By Dan Georgakas - November 10, 2018

The Republican Congressional leadership has stated its desire to “improve” or “save” Social Security during the new session of Congress. They term Social Security an […]

OXI Day – The laconic legacy of liberty

By Alexander Thomopoulos - November 9, 2018

This phrase, in Greek, “O xin, aggelin Lakedemonis oti tide kimitha tis kinon rimasi phithomeni,” translated in English means: “O stranger, announce to the Lacedemonians […]

The Quest for a United American Orthodox Church 

By Dennis Menos - November 9, 2018

Today, approximately five million Americansidentify themselves as Orthodox. They do so withpride fortheir faith’s spectacular growth in America, its parishes and places of worship, and […]

Why Does the President Still Support MBS?

By Amb. Patrick Theros - November 5, 2018

Donald Trump’s reluctance to hold Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS to insiders) responsible for the brutal murder and mutilation of a Saudi journalist […]

Politics of Coercion: the Height of Hypocrisy

By Christopher Tripoulas - November 3, 2018

In the wake of the national debate taking place in the United States over Russian interference in U.S. politics and the probe being conducted into […]