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Should Less Oppose More?

Should Less Oppose More?

Let’s say you and I are seeking some things, some benefits, goods, whatever they might be.

December 19th, 2014

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Azeri-Israeli Propagandist Throws Stones at Armenia from Glass House

Azeri-Israeli Propagandist Throws Stones at Armenia from Glass House

The JNS.org website (Jewish and Israel news) posted a venomous, anti-Armenian article by Arye Gut with a bombastic headline: “Anti-Semitism in Armenia: A Clear and Present Danger.”

December 16th, 2014

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The True Heart of an Old Armenian Town

The True Heart of an Old Armenian Town

When anyone or anything turns 100-years-old, it seems only right that there should be a party or celebration.

December 12th, 2014

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Soul Searching, or Self Serving?

Soul Searching, or Self Serving?

I’ve been torn for weeks now over whether to write this piece, perhaps you might even say months.

December 12th, 2014

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Sweeping Reforms Needed to Resolve Critical Pan-Armenian Issues

Sweeping Reforms Needed to Resolve Critical Pan-Armenian Issues

I delve this week into a thorny subject that has distressed much of the Armenian world: the uproar generated by the highly critical and harshly-worded letter posted on the internet by the Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem Nourhan Manougian addressed to His Holiness Karekin II, Catholicos of All Armenians.

December 9th, 2014

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100s

100s

A hundred, with a hundred, for a hundred, on the hundredth, that was the original, vague “plan”– 100 miles, 100 people, $100,000, 100th Genocide anniversary, respectively. That was eight months ago when we started meeting to organize a walk to honor our ancestors’ memory.

December 8th, 2014

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Move Over Liberace

Move Over Liberace

Although I like to write, and there are so many stories I’d like to tell, sometimes inertia creeps in and I get lazy to sit down at the computer to begin.

December 2nd, 2014

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Turkish Parliament Will Hide the Truth Should it Block the Genocide Resolution

Turkish Parliament Will Hide the Truth Should it Block the Genocide Resolution

Last week, a Turkish Parliamentarian submitted a proposal to the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, seeking condemnation of the Armenian Genocide, a series of atrocities, and other acts of state terrorism.

December 2nd, 2014

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Thanksgiving and Turkey

Thanksgiving and Turkey

Of course the topic of discussion here is not the bird, but the country. Armenians can be grateful to Turkey for just one thing, that country’s leadership’s perpetual knack for embarrassing themselves and those they allegedly represent, and often specifically regarding Armenian issues.

November 26th, 2014

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Turkish Scholar Affirms: Turkey has Lost Battle for the Truth

Turkish Scholar Affirms: Turkey has Lost Battle for the Truth

In recent years, a growing number of Turkish intellectuals, scholars, journalists and human rights activists have taken bold positions on the Armenian Genocide, in opposition to their government’s denials.

November 25th, 2014

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Political Déjà Vu All Over Again

Political Déjà Vu All Over Again

You might not have noticed that two years ago, after 30 years of “service” in the House of Representatives, Genocide denier Dan Burton of Indiana slithered over to the Azerbaijan America Alliance as its new Chairman of the Board.

November 21st, 2014

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Countries Selling Weapons to Azerbaijan Are Just as Guilty for Attacks on Artsakh

Countries Selling Weapons to Azerbaijan Are Just as Guilty for Attacks on Artsakh

Azerbaijan’s armed forces committed a criminal act on November 12, shooting down an unarmed Armenian helicopter inside Artsakh’s borders and killing three military officers.

November 18th, 2014

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Blood, Oil: Which is Thicker?

Blood, Oil: Which is Thicker?

Here I am, trying to make sense of things. But, the last few days of developments and news are giving me a case of cognitive dissonance.

November 14th, 2014

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Republican Congressional Majority Casts Dark Shadow on Armenian Interests

Republican Congressional Majority Casts Dark Shadow on Armenian Interests

Nearly all congressional candidates nationwide who supported Armenian-American issues were victorious during the November 4 elections.

November 12th, 2014

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