Why are you on the FRO Board with this? Go to a political site or just go to a political meeting somewhere!
BE GONE, YOU GUYS JUST DO NOT GET. NOT SMART ENOUGH!
Refer to: frontlineDOTBM/pdf/Loan_Agreement_-_Frontline_CB_2010.pdf
This is a subfile of Frontline's website found at: FrontlineDOTBM
Hi Mr. Mcmx,
The tankers shall stay in play, but right around April 14th, 2015 when the bonds mature, they will most likely no longer be owned by most of the current shareholders of Frontline. I expect that JF, perhaps through a subsidiary such as Nemen, shall end up with the tankers, and without any responsibility to the rest of the shareholders.
Just my take.
We shall see.
Best of luck,
Wallethub has a good write up that covers a number of different topics. At the bottom of their home page there's a button labeled "Studies & Reports". Click on that and page down to the Taxes section. In that section there's a report titled "States Most & Least Dependent on the Federal Government". Have fun!
Finally, someone wrote an article that demonstrates that they actually get it.
"Sun, wind and drain"
" solar power is by far the most expensive way of reducing carbon emissions. It costs $189,000 to replace 1MW per year of power from coal. Wind is the next most expensive. Hydropower provides a modest net benefit. But the most cost-effective zero-emission technology is nuclear power."
Until we have reliable methods to store excess electricity from wind or solar or whatever, so one may be energy independent at the point of use, we shall still be reliant upon the grid and some backup of carbon based combusion.
Until that day, all of this solar and wind won't put nary a dent in our carbon generation which today is more than 1,000 times the amount the planet can metabolize.
So, the carbon-dioxide concentration in the atmosphere shall continue to rise.
Just my take.
Best of luck,
That's excatly what I meant. The South, as a generalization, does get more than they pay in. I believe Texas is an exception to that though. New Mexico and Mississippi are normally at the top of the list. If I recall correctly both tend to bring in more than double what they pay to the federal coffers.
Mississippi is a complete train wreck. It's pretty much in the bottom 5 in all catagories; finances, crime, health, education, etc... They must like it that way because they continue to vote for the party of no change.
I'll see if I can find a government report for you.
nikk sorry I think I misread your post if by revenue positive you mean the state got more than they paid in I know that the South including Texas gets more from the Fed than paid in.
You can do a search with "federal tax dollars by state received paid 2013" and choose a site that you think is credible. The normal "Conservative" sites are curiously absent.
If you look up which states are net positive with federal tax dollars, you'll find most of those are republican states as well.
Wisconsin, New Mexico, Arkansas, Mississippi, Wyoming, Alaska, and West Virginia all made the list and are controlled by Repubs. 7 out of 10 controlled by Repubs... LMAO!!!