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  • Could the fabled Orient Express take to the rails again?

    It conjures up the atmosphere of rail travel from a bygone golden age, steaming through Europe experiencing top-notch cuisine and the company of fellow passengers who could be writers or spies. And who knows, maybe a mysterious murder along the way deep in the night

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  • Could the fabled Orient Express take to the rails again?

    It conjures up the atmosphere of rail travel from a bygone golden age, steaming through Europe experiencing top-notch cuisine and the company of fellow passengers who could be writers or spies.

    phys.org
  • Macleod: "Western Democracies Are Little More Than A Sham"

    Authored by Alasdair Macleod via GoldMoney.com, In Praise Of Hayek's Masterwork Friedrich von Hayek first published The Road to Serfdom in 1944. His book was subsequently popularised by a condensed version in The Reader’s Digest. This article re-examines Hayek’s theme in the context of today’s economics and politics to see what lessons we can learn from it, and whether personal freedom can survive. Why personal freedom is important and the treat to it Destroy personal freedom, and...

    Zero Hedge