Under federalism, the Senate was to represent the States, i.e., their governments while it was the purpose of the House, whose constituency changes every two years to reflect changes in their outlooks to represent the people. I don't think cross pollination was the intent at all.
I don't see it as a problem. The Sovereign States were to choose the way they selected their representatives. Presumably they could do so in their own time. In some cases the legislatures handled the choosing and in others they were appointed by the governor or by an appointed panel. In those cases where the states were tardy in making those choices, the states themselves would "suffer" for lack of representation. But to say that the Senate could not operate or do the math was adequate justification to end the promise of federalism, in my view, is sophistry.
Afraid of the popular election of Senators? While it was the death blow to the original concept of federalism because it removed the braking power of the individual sovereign states, and there is adequate reason to believe the amendment, like the 14th, 15th & 16th, was imposed not adopted, I fail to understand the import of your comment.
Coal probably best supports the biotic model, but coal deposits are generally closer to the surface. Natural gas must be dinosaurs flatulence, lol.
Even if there were 18 million shares for sale, that amounts to three days volume. And it roughly amounts to $720,000.
The trend reveals that for some reason players would rather hold government debt over the weekend as opposed to hard assets and perhaps even equities related to hard assets.
These are the days when metals and miners should ALL be shining
I've read what you have posted and like others before you, assuming that you're not one of the same individuals with a different alias that we've suffered through, your agenda is quite obvious and you deserve to be ignored.
Your post above uses innuendo to make something out of nothing, but in any case you are still disparaging the company. If they thought you had adequate assets, they might consider coming after you, but seemingly you're just small potatoes.
Come back in a year and let's compare notes.
Laws have never applied to the lawless. It's why gun control is not what they make it out to be, but is rather the ongoing effort to disarm the people.
At one time I considered myself a "constitutionalist", but as my understanding grew, I recognized that the reality is that the imposition of it, setting aside the decentralized form of government actually created by the founders, was in fact a coup, a coup for the gangbanksters. They have been large and in charge save the efforts of Andrew Jackson, ever since.
Remember this: It really won't matter how the game of governmental musical chairs works out when they run that scam every 2 and 4 years, the political theatre that gives the plantation workers the notion that they actually have a say in what goes on. The only real change will occur when the funny money system is abolished. Since it is the enabling device for 99% of the other "mischief", it is singly the greatest problem we face as a once free people.
It should be obvious now that oil is abiotic. All of the dead vegetation and dinosaurs would have ago been exhausted and we are now awash in oil with no end in sight. Moreover, some of the newer wells are considerably deeper than for which the old school explanation can provide, some as deep as 7.7 miles.
Of course, the Russians knew this after WW2 and published papers on their research.
I've managed to add a number of "free" shares as the price of SLW has bounced back and forth using only about 7.5% of my position. If the volatility continues, I will, too.