Why was My Son Sent to Syria?

- December 20, 2018

By Eric R. Levine As  Mark Twain said, “History doesn’t repeat itself but it often rhymes.”  The rhyme of Trump’s retreat and surrender in Syria with Obama’s […]

Trump Looks Presidential Next to Pelosi and Schumer

By Constantinos E. Scaros - December 20, 2018

On December 11, President Trump invited Democrat leaders Nancy Pelosi of the House of Representatives and Chuck Schumer of the Senate into the Oval Office […]

Analysis: Temporary Solution, Purge is Needed

By Theodore Kalmoukos - December 18, 2018

It seems that the only word that properly describes the optimistic turn of events for the Holy Trinity parish in Chicago is the word “luckily”. […]

Analysis: Another Embarrassment

By Theodore Kalmoukos - December 13, 2018

Before the Greek-Orthodox Archdiocese of America and our Greek-American community had a chance to recover from the shame of the titanic sexual scandal of George […]

Greeks & Restaurants

By Harry Mark Petrakis - December 12, 2018

Growing up in my father’s parish on Chicago’s South Side, I recall a disproportionate number of his parishioners owning restaurants, cafeterias and lunchrooms. My parents, […]

New Directions in the House of Representatives?

By Dan Georgakas - December 10, 2018

The challenge facing the new Democratic majority in the House of Representatives is to fulfil its mid-term electoral promises. A series of consequential initiatives would […]