Nick Chagouris

Nick Chagouris is a 3rd generation Seafood dealer, which began as a fish cart by his immigrant grandfather, Louie, on the streets of NYC in1912.His grandparents migrated to Baltimore, MD in 1917 where they set up a fish stand in the now World Famous Lexington Market. After serving in the Army in Europe in WWII, his father Nick Sr. returned to grow the family business to locations in The Hollins Street, and The Cross Street Markets.Through Nick's Fish House , Restaurant and Marina, and Nick's Oyster Bar a premier Baltimore Raw Bar, brother Thomas Chagouris continues the thriving family business today in Baltimore's Inner Harbor area. Nick is the owner of Crabbydaddy Seafood & Prime Steak House and The Woodlands Seafood Company in The Woodlands, TX where he has lived for the past 25 years. He attended the Maryland Institute College of Art on a full Senatorial Scholarship and has continued studies in Political Science, Creative Writing, and Fine Art at various colleges. Nick is an Online Conservative Activist blogger and writer and the proud father of Olympia, Nicholas, and Phoenix Chagouris.

Most Recent Articles by Nick Chagouris:

Barack Obama: Portrait of an Etch-A-Sketch President

Mar 23, 2012 — Nick Chagouris

imageThis past week it was Ronald Reagan.  This could be seen coming from a mile away.  It really doesn’t take a Nostradamus to predict these things in our president’s behaviors.  This was obvious after watching Obama’s preview video of his coming BHO-SOTU address where he posted a ‘trailer’ on his web site.  And even the hardest of hearing heard about Obama reading Reagan on his Christmas vacation flight to Hawai’i.  No one should be surprised, despite the juxtaposition.

Everyone from the HuffPo to Breitbart found this topic irresistible.  But of all the many Reagan/Obama media mentions, Mark Rudd’s warning words, “feint right, turn left,”  are the most ominous,  and to this writer’s mind, accurate.

O’Reilly: A Cold Stale Piece of Profanity

Apr 15, 2011 — Nick Chagouris

Many Millions O’Reilly is worth
But when we question the place of O’s birth
He derides us and runs, holding tight to his funds
Caring only for the girth his purse

2011 SOTU: An Unremarkable 62 Minutes of U.S. History

Jan 26, 2011 — Nick Chagouris

Only one hour too long, this SOTU speech deserves only very few words of commentary. Anything more than that will only cause people to reflect back upon it, which I’m sure by now not even Obama wants to do.

Meet Barack Hussein Obama 2.0

Jan 23, 2011 — Nick Chagouris

We now know exactly what the theme and theater of Tuesday’s State of the Union address will be. Here’s the preview of coming attractions. (You will recall that Obama took a Ronald Reagan book with him on his Christmas vacation in Hawaii.) Without further ado-do, meet your new Ronald Reagan.

Dear Mr. Beck

Feb 27, 2010 — Nick Chagouris

Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, polarize it. Don’t try to attack abstract corporations or bureaucracies. Identify a responsible individual. Ignore attempts to shift or spread the blame. Rules For Radicals: Rule 11- Saul Alinsky -

Last Friday, like most weekdays, I watched your show. You know, the one when you were talking about those people who have lost or sold their souls? The one when you drew that diagram of the “Birther and Truther Crazies”, as you call them,  and on either ends of the diagram, you ascribed the “crazy” value at 5% within each of the ideologically polar groups.

Dear Mr. Beck, Part II

Feb 26, 2010 — Nick Chagouris

Part I

Make opponents live up to their own book of rules. “You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity.” Rules For Radicals:  Rule 4 - Saul Alinsky -