Archive for the ‘ My Voice ’ Category

 

They Ought to be Able to Figure it out
Parties Need to Come Together to Restore Police Protection to West End

May 30th, 2012 by Robert Armstrong

They Ought to be Able to Figure it out  <h5> Parties Need to Come Together to Restore Police Protection to West End </h5>

At a time when international news media are full of reports about Honduras’s high and rising crime rate, Bay Islands businesses need to be taking proactive and visible steps to assure that their customers can still visit and enjoy the islands safely.

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There’s a New Publisher in Town
Inviting the Voice Community to Join in Writing Its Next Chapter

April 27th, 2012 by Robert Armstrong

As those who read the Voice regularly, visit its website or follow us on Facebook already know, Thomas Tomczyk, who founded this publication nine years ago, has sold the business to me and is moving on.

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Fairwell to the VOICE
Thanking all Readers, Advertisers, Contributors and Writers

April 1st, 2012 by Thomas Tomczyk

Fairwell to the VOICE <h5> Thanking all Readers, Advertisers, Contributors and Writers </h5>

Since 2003 I have tried my best at running Bay Islands Voice with honesty, compassion and wisdom. This unforgettable rollercoaster of a ride has been an enriching and wonderful period of personal and spiritual growth for me. After nine years, I am stepping

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Scouting BI’s Movie Locations

March 2nd, 2012 by Thomas Tomczyk

Scouting BI’s Movie Locations

The Bay Islands offer quite the undiscovered movie set locations. So far the islands have provided the set for some defunct reality shows like Temptation Island. A full feature picture could definitely take advantage of some of the island’s great set

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Opportunities in Crises
The View from the Dark Gloom onto Green Pastures

February 2nd, 2012 by Thomas Tomczyk

Opportunities in Crises <h5> The View from the Dark Gloom onto Green Pastures </h5>

While there are opportunities in crisis, using ones scarce resources effectively becomes especially important–which is why I was a bit surprised to see a double page ad paid for by the Honduran Ministry of Tourism in the December issue of Archeology

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Honduran Congress Tackles Crime

January 11th, 2012 by Thomas Tomczyk

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Looking for Ron Paul
The Media DeliberatelyMarginalizes a Serious Candidate to our own Risk

December 11th, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

Looking for Ron Paul <h5> The Media DeliberatelyMarginalizes a Serious Candidate to our own Risk </h5>

I am not a libertarian, but in these times of unpredictable happenings and crisis we need an unorthodox approaches and unorthodox presidential candidates. In the republican primaries Libertarian Texas Representative Ron Paul seems to bring plenty of such

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The Wild West End

November 11th, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

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A Dangerous Precedence
Honduran President Plays High Stakes Geopolitics– Badly

October 17th, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

A Dangerous Precedence <h5> Honduran President Plays High Stakes Geopolitics-- Badly </h5>

In the last few weeks Honduran President Pepe Lobo has used questionable judgment and shown questionable motivation in recognizing two controversial state entities: Palestinian Territories and Kosovo.
Until recently President Lobo’s main achievement

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Give Credit Where Credit is Due
Contribution of Honduras to Bay Islands is not Always Appreciated

September 10th, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

Give Credit Where Credit is Due <h5> Contribution of Honduras to Bay Islands is not Always Appreciated </h5> ...Read More