Is HSR Coming to Virginia?

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As airline travel gets worse and worse and even more unpleasant than thought possible, meetings among entrepreneurs, business executives and government officials in states throughout the country are on the increase to bring high speed rail to America.  Even in Virginia!

Now more than ever, the case for HSR coming to North America is no longer one of if.  But only when.

Now more than ever we need high speed rail!

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Wow, This is One Awesome Luxury Train!

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It’s not just fast trains or high speed rail trains or bullet trains we love here at FRIENDS OF HSR. We also love luxury trains. And we’ve not ever seen one as luxurious as the train in this video.

Check it out and don’t hesitate to tell us how you really wish you could be there the next time the lucky conductor for this incredible luxury train excitedly yells: “ALL ABOARD!”

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HSR BETWEEN VEGAS AND LOS ANGELES!

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Hopefully, a few short years from now millions of commuters will be enjoying a fast but inexpensive ride aboard high speed rail trains between Las Vegas and southern California. Time to enjoy cocktails, tasty appetizers and a few hands of blackjack before and after Sin City in speed, luxury and style, yes?
 
Check out this cogent article by Art Marroquin in the Las Vegas Review-Journal regarding this upcoming event. All of us here at FRIENDS OF HSR believe this one is a sure bet for high speed rail coming to America. Finally. And we can’t wait to cash in our chips on this bet! 🙂
 

Why HSR Is So Needlessly Expensive

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All of us here at FRIENDS OF HSR agree with this post from Demetrius Villa who runs the High Speed Rail Association online. Watch the video and you may too!

Demetrius Villa shared The American Train’s post.

3 February at 06:27

Here are the reasons why:

1. Overregulation
2. Overengineering

3. Over-idiocy

The American Train
3 February at 06:17

“A more serious video on why projects in the US are so needlessly expensive, and simple steps to curb cost.” — Demetrius Villa

Live From Your Heart and Mind is No. 1

Check this out.  It’s fantabulous!  Catherine B. Roy’s book is one that can contribute so much to everyone’s life.  Believe me!

For this is history in the making! LIVE FROM YOUR HEART AND MIND has just made it to Amazon’s Hottest New Releases!

Here: https://www.amazon.com/Live-Your-Heart-Mind-Simplicity-ebook/dp/B01N9UAVQK

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THE CALIFORNIA HSR EVENT IS REAL AND COMING!

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Here’s a sure sign that high speed rail is moving forward in California–which means finally coming to the United States of America! They’re looking for a HSR operator. That’s like a new NFL team looking for a quarterback or an event planner trying to find a caterer. I.e., the event is happening!

Check out this positive HSR news article and share with all friends and the train-loving country!

The 59 Veterans Project Remembers December 7, 1941

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Yesterday was December 7, and the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii in 1941, as well as the event that impelled America’s entry into World War II. The United States’ relationship with Japan today is most excellent. But still, December 7 is not a day to ever forget.
So it is our honor here at the 59 Veterans Project to commemorate National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day and give a special shout-out to all our World War II veterans, all those who fought and served, and especially those who gave “the last full measure of devotion.” We will never forget!
Come visit our page on Facebook; we welcome your December 7, 1941 salutation and observance. Here: https://www.facebook.com/59veterans/?fref=ts

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