Archive for the ‘ Speaking Out ’ Category

 

Inside Wikileaks Bubble (Part II)

March 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

Inside Wikileaks Bubble (Part II)

Our immigration enforcement can be portrayed in two categories, domestic and foreign. The foreign framework begs for reform. Visitors are normally given 90 days stay, with no option for renewal. At the end of your stay, you are required by law to leave

...Read More

Inside WikiLeaks Bubble (Part I)

February 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

Inside WikiLeaks Bubble (Part I)

“Diplomats are supposed to lie to each other, politely shake hands, pretend to enjoy cocktail parties”

...Read More

The Preeminence of History

January 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

The Preeminence of History

“Now that tourism is at the vanguard we have finally been vindicated in our determination to hang onto our English heritage.”

...Read More

The Wisdom of my Grandmother

December 1st, 2010 by George S. Crimmin

The Wisdom of my Grandmother

“My grandmother taught me that character is formed not by laws or decrees, but by quiet influence, unconscious suggestion and personal guidance.”

...Read More

Crime and Some Punishment

November 1st, 2010 by George S. Crimmin

Crime and Some Punishment

“I don’t have scientific evidence or raw data but from personal observation, it would seem that crime here on the Bay Islands has been steadily rising over the past twenty years, crimes of every category. I used to know individuals here that wouldn’t

...Read More

History Lessons: A Second Opinion

October 1st, 2010 by George S. Crimmin

History Lessons: A Second Opinion

“Cuban missile crisis has been considered a victory for the U.S. because the soviets “blinked””

...Read More

Duel or Duet?

September 1st, 2010 by George S. Crimmin

Duel or Duet?

“What is unknown often is far greater than what is known. Becoming a faithful, loving spouse not only takes faith and courage, but also patience and a desire to keep learning and growing. Perhaps instead of asking, “what kind of spouse do I desire to

...Read More

A Passion for Country

August 1st, 2010 by George S. Crimmin

A Passion for Country

We love country music because it has warmth and emotional depth and themes that we can often identify with. There is a well-worn exaggerated phrase among country music lovers that suggests there are only two subjects for a country music song. “My baby

...Read More

History Lessons: Getting it Right

July 1st, 2010 by George S. Crimmin

History Lessons: Getting it Right

The past 50 years are littered with hundreds of pedagogical fads and theories that did little to advance real learning. But now back to my theme of getting it right. In Honduras history, I was taught that on the 15th of September in 1821 Honduras declared

...Read More

History Lessons in Democracy

June 1st, 2010 by George S. Crimmin

History Lessons in Democracy

Of the two, Constitutive Power is more important Locke said that Constitutive Power is the right of the people to establish, alter or abolish government, as well as spell out to the government’s elected representatives certain God given rights the people

...Read More