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Anatomy Of Hyperinflation

By Michael Pento – Re-Blogged From Silver Phoenix

Two drones filled with explosives were recently deployed in a failed assassination attempt to take out Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. 1,441 more words

Foreign Policy

Rome Redeemed

During our last family trip to Italy, we spent quite a few days in Rome and, frankly, I was underwhelmed by it. It wasn’t that the historical buildings, cathedrals, and monuments weren’t breathtaking; it was the grimy, crowed streets, full of pushy vendors who harassed you as you tried to escape. 695 more words

Coliseum

What To Do When In Rome

I can’t believe it’s nearly been 2 months since I went to Rome and I am only just writing this blog! Where is the year going?? 1,432 more words

Travel

Gypsy Guides: Your Ultimate Rome Bucketlist

Ah, Rome! There’s so much you can say about the eternal city. It holds a very special place in my heart as it was the first solo trip I ever embarked on. 1,516 more words

Travel

VERSE OF THE DAY

Jonah 4:2

“(2) So he prayed to the LORD, and said, “Ah, LORD, was not this what I said when I was still in my country? 29 more words

Rome

Hotel Ranieri

Finding affordable accommodation in the centre of Rome isn’t easy. We were fortunate to be able to plan our trip well ahead and booked a wonderful hotel in the historic centre of the city. 209 more words

Photography

Rome - Augustan Settlement​ and Virgil's The Aeneid

Octavian, once a consul, gained the title of “Augustus”, a name that many refer to him as.

Octavian was sent to fight Mark Antony in war. 305 more words

Essay