Gold $2,361.00   $4.50  Silver $30.79   $-0.03  Platinum $988.50   $1.20  Palladium $931.50   $3.00

Gold: $ 1312.60 Silver: $ 15.74  Palladium: $ 1363.00

Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Wednesday, February 06, 2019

Today FNB examines and attempts to explain: How federal and state budgets are supposed to work.

Ideally, the federal government and state governments are supposed to govern and legislate according to a fixed and statutory budgetary systems.

Ideally, legislators that assume the role of governance at state and federal ‘houses’ are supposed to meet together as the end of the current fiscal year races towards them.

Ideally, state and federal ‘house reps’ are supposed to make budget recommendations to their version of the ‘ways and means’ committee.

Ideally, the state and federal ‘house of representatives’ are supposed to establish a ‘purse’ for either their particular state, or the federal government.

Ideally, the house of representatives is supposed to vote and ratify this FIXED budget and statutory allocation and then send this annual budget–that they have considered, voted on and ratified over to the senate of either their state or the federal government.

There, the Senate, either at the state level, or the federal level tweaks with the appropriation bill a bit, but is mandated by the governing laws to keep this budget within the constraints of fiscal, fiduciary forethought than votes and ratifies this budget.

Then, that budget is forwarded to either the governor of the state to codify and establish as working ‘law’, or the President for his final authorization and signature.

This is the design of our republic. This is how our Founders established our democratic system of governance. This is how, ‘we the people’ expect our elected officials to behave.

This is the writ of law that each legislator–at the state and the federal level–vows and pledges to operate during their term of service to either their state, or our nation.

Not one shred of this is how our current form(s) of government operates.

Tomorrow, FNB will openly examine and attempt to explain, in plain language how our government–at virtually every level–has been kidnapped by the disease and menace known as: “Continuing Resolutions.”

FNB posits and strongly asserts that capitalism and the capacity to own, manage and profit from the collective of private properties and/or business initiatives is a driving force that America and its leaders simply must protect.

FNB remains diligent and unwavering in the call for common, average American people to seek out the Safe Havens of gold and silver coins, and gold and silver bullion.

FNB, a national precious metals industry leader and reputable gold and silver coin dealer urges investors, bond-holders, speculators and all who manage and/or oversee their family’s financial portfolio began now migrating larger allocations into the historical safe harbors  of: Gold and Silver.

Jon Cavuoto,

Founder and Owner,

First Nation Bullion

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