EDITOR'S NOTE: The corrupt relationship of Hunter Biden with China gains new aspects by the day... Recently it was reported (see report form the Free Beacon below) that, in addition to the $1.5 billion investment from the CCP-controlled Bank...
PHOTO: One of the countless "embraces" between the Karloutsos "Corruption Duo" and Joe Biden... Sharing some very happy times in the Hamptons... By Nick Stamatakis Helleniscope readers already know my sensitivity when it comes to "Conflicts of Interest" in our Church......
UPDATE SEPTEMBER 17 (By Nick Stamatakis): US Attorney General, William Barr, told prosecutors to charge Black Lives Matter protesters with trying to overthrow the government, among other very serious comments.  Some of our readers need to pay close attention...
EDITOR'S NOTE (Nick Stamatakis): Those of us in the Greek-American media are used to this unique feeling of pride when someone "of us" reaches the top of the scientific or business world.  Early this Spring Professor Ioannidis made us...
By Nick Stamatakis I was about to write an analysis of the results of the 2-day Clergy-Laity Congress this week when I realized that for one more time on such a momentous occasion, we became witnesses of a classic performance...
Του Στέλιου Τάτση Με ιδιαίτερη χαρά και ανάμεικτα συναισθήματα οι Ομογενείς υπεδέχθησαν τον διορισμό του πατρός Γεωργίου Καζούλη στην ιστορική κοινότητα του Αγίου Σπυρίδωνα. Ξεχωριστή είναι η χαρά μας διότι και νέος είναι και σάρκα εκ της σαρκός της Ομογένειας,...
By Nick Stamatakis Judge Gregory G. Katsas, a member of the Ditstrict of Columbia Circuit Court (appointed in 2017) was included today in the 20-judge list presented by President Trump as his prospective Supreme Court nominees.  A mere look at...
EDITOR'S NOTE: In the following, Father Emmanuel Clapsis, former Archbishop Iakovos Professor of Orthodox Theology in HCHC, poses a series of very tough questions for the seminary and the Archdiocese.  To us, as outsiders, it seems that GOA is...
By Nick Stamatakis When CBS "60 Minutes" presented their original piece on "Rebuilding St. Nicholas" on April 12, we noted with emphasis that they missed the mark in many ways: From the reasons why the cost blew up to $85...
By Anonymous Since 1966, Holy Cross expanded its undergraduate division into a full four-year liberal arts college named Hellenic College, which opened in 1968. In 1974, Hellenic College was accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) or the...