Archive for the ‘ My Voice ’ Category

 

First Zolitur, Now CAFTA
Honduran Customs Negates Trade Treaty with Bureaucracy

October 8th, 2014 by Robert Armstrong

First Zolitur, Now CAFTA <h5>Honduran Customs Negates Trade Treaty with Bureaucracy</h5>

Could it be that we should be arguing not about whether free trade has been good or bad for Honduras but about whether it has even been tried?

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Who’s in Charge Here?
Magna Carta Turns 799

May 22nd, 2014 by Robert Armstrong

Who’s in Charge Here? <h5>Magna Carta Turns 799</h5>

A Constitution Should be a Framework for Governing, not a Straight-Jacket.

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Is It Safe? Safe Compared to What?
Reaction to Cruise Port Killing Should be Neither Panic nor Complacency

April 23rd, 2014 by Robert Armstrong

Is It Safe? Safe Compared to What? <h5>Reaction to Cruise Port Killing Should be Neither Panic nor Complacency</h5>

One tourist killed on a tourist island is one tourist too many.

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Time to Let it Go; The Court Has Ruled
Verdict in Sam Wesley Trial Must Not be Allowed to Split Island Community

March 13th, 2014 by Robert Armstrong

Time to Let it Go; The Court Has Ruled <h5>Verdict in Sam Wesley Trial Must Not be Allowed to Split Island Community</h5>

What should matter is not the nationalities of the defendant and the accuser but the facts.

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Is Island Justice Blind or Does it Just Want Us to Be?
Justice is Supposed to be Blind in the Sense of ‘Impartial,’ not ‘Indifferent’

October 1st, 2013 by Robert Armstrong

We are not allowed to have information even about why we are not allowed to have information.

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What I Would Do to Change the Island
The Winner of the 2013 Voice Bay Islands Heritage Month Essay Contest

August 30th, 2013 by Cherish Parker

What I Would Do to Change the Island<h5>The Winner of the 2013 Voice Bay Islands Heritage Month Essay Contest</h5>

What we need is for people to get motivated.

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Who’s Really Snooping
on What We Do Online?

July 24th, 2013 by Robert Armstrong

People Need to Enter the Information Superhighway with Their Eyes Open.

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Death by a Thousand Cuts: The ‘Review’ of ZOLITUR
While the Presidential Commission Deliberates, Island Firms Go Under

June 21st, 2013 by Robert Armstrong

Island businesses are being treated as guilty until proven innocent.

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Come One, Come All! Show us How You Write
Voice Sponsors Essay Competition for Bay Islands Heritage Month

May 28th, 2013 by Robert Armstrong

Come One, Come All! Show us How You Write<h5>Voice Sponsors Essay Competition for Bay Islands Heritage Month</h5> ...Read More

Defining ‘Failure’: It’s in Eye of the Beholder
On Balance, Compared with its Peers, Honduras Gets a D, not an F

April 25th, 2013 by Robert Armstrong

Defining 'Failure': It's in Eye of the Beholder<h5>On Balance, Compared with its Peers, Honduras Gets a D, not an F</h5>

This year’s Devolution Day has given islanders more than usual cause to ponder the ties that bind them to the mainland.

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