Georgie Anne Geyer

Georgie Anne Geyer by Georgie Anne Geyer

October 28, 2014

A Glimmer of Hope Shines in Tunisia

WASHINGTON -- These gray days, one hardly expects to see any bright dawns of a new world breaking. Even if an event really IS positive, it is usually so complicated that the average American can't quickly "get" it. It has been that way with the complex story of Tunisia, a country of 11... continue

October 21, 2014

Persecution of Christians in Iraq Is Untold Story

WASHINGTON -- Avidly reading and watching the news, from ISIS to Ebola recently, I have been repeatedly surprised by the absence of one rather important word: Christian. In all the innumerable words and pictures that have told the misery-ridden stories of these two sagas, almost none have attempted to... continue

October 14, 2014

Madness of Isis Is a New Chapter in an Old Story

WASHINGTON -- As Halloween approaches, with its tradition of terror appearing this year to be present in the rage of the ISIS warriors marching toward Baghdad, my thoughts turn once more to moving to New Zealand. Or perhaps Singapore or Bora Bora. Somewhere far, far away from all the madness. But at... continue

October 07, 2014

Football Frenzy May Be Running Its Course

WASHINGTON -- I hate to admit it, but every time I see a football game on television, my mind spins back to the lions and the Roman gladiators chasing one another around the coliseums of the Roman Empire. There is only one catch: I'm rooting for the lions to win! That is surely not the general... continue

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