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The Bay Islands a Historical Perspective
Part 1 of 3

September 10th, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

The Bay Islands a Historical Perspective <h5> Part 1 of 3 </h5>

During the past several years I have heard many conflicting versions describing how the Bay Islands became a province, state, or department of the republic of Honduras. The treaty between Honduras and her majesty the queen of England regarding the Bay

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Bay Islands Odyssey
Part II

August 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

Bay Islands Odyssey <h5>Part II</h5>

Unfortunately our elected leaders haven’t intervened on our behalf. I would wager that when our scheming tax collectors meet the chant: “come, let us prey.” They appear to have abandoned all reason, and are driven by avarice and greed. They are relentless

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Bay Islands Odyssey
Part I

July 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

Bay Islands Odyssey <h5>Part I </h5>

We desperately need to search our souls to see what emerges from the deep currents of our convictions.
One of my top priorities has been to convince my fellow Bay Islanders that they themselves have the power to bring about change. In recent days, freedom

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Nations Rise & Nations Fall

June 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

Nations Rise & Nations Fall

Americans have replaced working to be exceptional with talking about how exceptional they still are. They don’t seem to understand that you can’t declare yourself exceptional, but others have to bestow that adjective upon you.

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Marriage Matters

May 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

Marriage Matters

Our culture today too often derides and discounts the value of a social institution that has served societies well for countless generations. Being born and raised by a single parent however, should never be an alibi or justification for failure, nor

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Latest from Health and Science

April 1st, 2011 by George S. Crimmin

Latest from Health and Science

Try sleeping with disco music thumping, cars honking their horns, drunken people yelling on the streets, TV’s blaring, toilets flushing and dogs barking. The sleeping brain is designed to tune out these auditory distractions, but some people’s brains

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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

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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”

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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.”

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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.”

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