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The January 6th Conservative Conundrum

The January 6th Conservative Conundrum

As The days get shorter, and the temperature drops, one thing remains constant: the slow march of the January 6th Committee in Congress towards the inner circle of Donald Trump and of the MAGA movement at-large in America.
Democratic Socialists in America and Greece’s SYRIZA Are Kindred Spirits

Democratic Socialists in America and Greece’s SYRIZA Are Kindred Spirits

In a week where the 48th anniversary of the Athens Polytechnic Uprising against the Greek Junta Dictatorship was celebrated, a disturbing announcement was made by Turkey’s Minister of Defense, Hulusi Akar.
A Bridge to Progress

A Bridge to Progress

The Bipartisan Infrastructure bill that Congress passed is nothing short of historic.
Ethnikos Kirikas and The National Herald Turn Over a New Page

Ethnikos Kirikas and The National Herald Turn Over a New Page

When something is old, or for that matter, if someone is old, the natural human reaction is to take them for granted.
“OXI” Day Commemorated in Washington, DC

“OXI” Day Commemorated in Washington, DC

Every year members of the Greek-American and Cypriot-American diaspora descend upon Washington, DC to commemorate a very special day for Greeks everywhere – ‘OXI’ Day – participating in the always exceptional and often emotional events of the Washington ‘OXI’ Day Foundation.
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew’s Apostolic Visit

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew’s Apostolic Visit

His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew’s Apostolic Visit to the United States of America has been derided by some as nothing but a mere photo opportunity with prominent members of the American political class.
America’s Infrastructure Woes Come Full Circle

America’s Infrastructure Woes Come Full Circle

We were all told during the pandemic in its early stages that there would be shipping delays that would disrupt supply chains due to the virus.
Hellenism in the Dessert Refreshes and Inspires

Hellenism in the Dessert Refreshes and Inspires

LAS VEGAS – When one thinks of Las Vegas, Nevada it's very easy to think of cacti, broad boulevards – and of course the Las Vegas Strip, casinos and all.
24 Years of The National Herald

24 Years of The National Herald

In a bid to reach even more readers and give the changing Greek-American community what it deserved, Antonis Diamataris founded The National Herald 24 years ago this week.
When the Opposition Isn’t Up to the Task Everyone Loses

When the Opposition Isn’t Up to the Task Everyone Loses

In a republic the electorate picks representatives that they believe best represent their views and entrust them, giving them latitude, if you will, to pass legislation for the nation’s good with their voters’ vision in mind.