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The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr. The way I see it, COMPETITION is good and healthy. Without COMPETITION, companies tend to feel that they own an exclusive right to given products and…

Caribbean Court of Justice offers parties in…

Article by Sir Ronald Sanders Friday, June 26, 2020 — (The writer is Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the United States and the Organisation of American States. He is also a Senior Fellow at the…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, PROTOCOLS are necessary but can be treated with discretion. I sought some assistance from my good friend GOOGLE and chose this…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, even the birds and the animals can test your faith and resilience. Nearly two weeks ago, one of my newly acquired fowls, escaped from…

The Way I See It – This too, shall pass

Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, this COVID-19 experience is teaching us lessons that cannot be taught in any of the top universities in the world.  If we live to…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, it is a fact that ‘a bad wind never blow!’ Yes, you may not believe that I am saying this, because of our current predicament. After…

The way I see it

Nevispages.com weekly feature by Curtis Moton Sr The way I see it, we need to take the pending threat of the coronavirus (COVID 19), very seriously. Deep down in my mind, I get the impression that we…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages feature by Curtis Morton Sr. The way I see it, sometimes you stay in your corner, or remain in your lane, making sure that you don’t interfere with anyone or anything for that matter and…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, it is nice when people can use their discretion and apply a touch of GRACE, every now and then. Earlier in the week, as I was heading…

The Way I See It

A Nevispages Weekly Feature by Curtis Morton Sr. The way I see it, some people, when they get really excited they tend to absolutely forget where they are and probably do things that they later…

The way I see it

Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr The way I see it, people ought to be appreciated.  It is a natural part of human nature, to feel appreciated.  So husbands need to occasionally show…

The Way I See It

Nevispages weekly feature by Curtis Morton Sr. The way I see it, some days and weeks will be hectic and others may be perceived as monotonous. Well, this week was really hectic for me and there were…

Who Is Looking Out For Jason Campbell?

By Curtis Morton Sr As I passed through Happy Hill Alley on Tuesday 17th December, I saw a familiar figure, sitting by the roadside.  He seemed lost in his own thoughts - looking forlorn.  I went over…