Ed Royce is a proud Republican member of Congress from beautiful Orange County, California. Eliot Engel is an equally ardent Democrat, representing America’s urban core in New York City.
“When the results of the vote were announced – all in favor, with only one nay and one abstention – the German Bundestag burst into applause.”
“As Californians prepare to vote on the June 7 primary election, one race in the heart of Los Angeles County holds a special place for the large and vibrant Armenian-American community.”
“This summer I have the privilege of going somewhere I have not been to before and have always been curious to explore: the historic Armenian region of Javakhk.”
It seems as though every time an Armenian in the Los Angeles area gets “uppity” enough to “dare” run for a public office higher than at the local level, a barrage of negativity comes his or her way.
From the First World War and onward the names of many martyred victims have been forgotten. Among them is Aram Toros Arvanigian.
“You call people like me ABC’s (Armenian by Choice). I wear that label like a badge of honor. It is a privilege to work and live in our vibrant global Armenian community.”
It’s been a few weeks since the Ferrahian Armens Varsity Girls basketball team earned its first-ever CIF-SS Division 5A championship title.
In early April, while Nevada State Assembly Speaker John Hambrick was in Azerbaijan hobnobbing with its dictator Ilham Aliyev, his host was committing ISIS-like war crimes.
“I was kicked out of the Armenian dance group I have been practicing with for the last 5 months today because the instructor spotted one of my writings online and found out that I’m gay.”