Monthly Archives: October 2009

>Translated Text of Honduras Accord

>This is a Google translation of the Honduras Accord, signed on 30 October 2009 PREAMBLE We Honduran citizens, men and women convinced of the need to strengthen the rule of law under our Constitution and laws of our Republic, deepen … Continue reading

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>The Yale University Press and a Book about Cartoons

>First published on Blog Critics on 19 October 2009 Refusal to reprint dastardly cartoons offensive to Islam was a giant step forward for free speech. The Yale University Press is dedicated to principles of independence, academic freedom and scholarship; it … Continue reading

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>Robert E. Lee — A Remembrance

>There are and have been few like him. General Robert E. Lee died one hundred and thirty-nine years ago on October 12, 1870 (now celebrated as Columbus Day) at the age of sixty-three. We, as a nation, have done with … Continue reading

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