Archive for the ‘ My Voice ’ Category

 

Use it, or Loose It
If You Can’t Protect Your Own Resources it Would Be Better to Give it to Someone who Can

August 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

Use it, or Loose It <h5>If You Can't Protect Your Own Resources it Would Be Better to Give it to Someone who Can</h5>

Sadly, the Swan Islands Marine Reserve belonging to Gracias a Dios department, are one of the most forgotten and neglected part of Honduras. While the islands are a little used resource today; its resource: surrounding reefs, animals and land could in

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Betraying America
While a Growing Number of Americans Fight Against its Homeland, US Government Looks the Other Way

July 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

Betraying America <h5>While a Growing Number of Americans Fight Against its Homeland, US Government Looks the Other Way</h5>

Treason is an act that endangers the lives and way of life of an entire society. Societies have to protect themselves from individuals that commit treason if they want to preserve their way of life.
War of Islamists against United States there is currently

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Protecting the Children
Honduras is a Society where too Often Single Mothers raise their Children Without Financial Assistance of the Fathers

June 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

Protecting the Children <h5>Honduras is a Society where too Often Single Mothers raise their Children Without Financial Assistance of the Fathers</h5>

Latin American concept of a father “recognizing” their baby and giving it its name allows for Honduras to be continually run by the selfish “machista” spirit. I know of several fathers that decided to not recognize the children their wives bore them,

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The Residency Purgatory
After Years of Frustration, Expense and Conflict I am a Resident

May 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

The Residency Purgatory <h5>After Years of Frustration, Expense and Conflict I am a Resident</h5>

I had to find another lawyer and start the process from the beginning. This was especially frustrating because I knew that if I was in the US, I would have gotten my Green Card after two years and citizenship after another five. I’ve been in Honduras

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It’s Time to Rethink about your cancelled trip to Honduras
Come to Roatan, the weather is great

April 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

It's Time to Rethink about your cancelled trip to Honduras <h5> Come to Roatan, the weather is great </h5> ...Read More

Shooting Back on Roatan
Impoverished Children in Poor Island Neighborhoods to Tell their Story

March 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

Shooting Back on Roatan <h5>Impoverished Children in Poor Island Neighborhoods to Tell their Story</h5>

The Shooting Back projects, giving poor children cameras and guiding them in photography skills, began in the 1970s. The closest such ongoing project has been located in Cangrejal and is run by the Guaruma NGO. Hopefully Roatan will have another such

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Bring in the Chileans
Crime is Bad, and no one has a comprehensive plan for how to improve the Situation … at Least not a Feasible One

February 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

The economic situation on the mainland of Honduras aggravates the desperation of the poor that migrate here and contributes to the widening of the gap in income and education levels. The Bay Islands might not be America, but for many mainland Hondurans

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Two-Wheel Solutions in Zambia
Two American Students turn a Class Trip into a Business

January 1st, 2011 by Thomas Tomczyk

Two-Wheel Solutions in Zambia<h5>Two American Students turn a Class Trip into a Business</h5>

After Amakasane, Zambikes came out with its Zambulance- an invention that uses a bike with a ball attachment and a two-meter-long fabric covered cart. Before Zambulance local communities relied on wheelbarrows with welded grates to transport their severely

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Reporting from Honduras
For the last Two Years Honduras has Been the most Dangerous Place to be a Journalist

December 1st, 2010 by Thomas Tomczyk

While journalist in Pakistan and Iraq are killed for being too close to the story, in Mexico they are victims of the drug smuggling gangs that try to intimidate them.

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Scam Artists Extraordinaire
Bay Islands is Not only a Mecca for Divers, It’s also a Perfect Place for a Heist

November 1st, 2010 by Thomas Tomczyk

 Scam Artists Extraordinaire <h5>Bay Islands is Not only a Mecca for Divers, It's also a Perfect Place for a Heist</h5>

Few of us get suckered by rude, ugly and suspicious. The scammers we should all be most careful of are the ones that are charming, well spoken and charismatic. The most successful “matchstick men” and women of Roatan are the ones that evoke association

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