Hospitals & Asylums    

 

April 2006

 

This month I would like to welcome Brian Moore, Darryl Sanderson and Michael from Cincinnati and Jay from Oregon.  In pursuit of a 527 Newsletter Lobby recommended in Lobbying Accountability and Transparency Act (H.R. 4975), that I cannot afford as a humble 501c without your support of my Autobiography, I am honored to include House Majority Leader John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, who is not likely to squeeze any taxes out of the $12,000 a year settlement in PHD, in my monthly and quarterly newsletter list.  Although foul tempore might lead to the censorship of the monthly it is hoped that this monthly growth of skin will protect Congress from the consequences of such privilege on a quarterly basis.  Although the Act above is acceptable on the first read, the final provision illegally garnishes and jeopardizes Congressional retirement benefits that are needed to provide unethical members with the incentive and wherewithal to retire and needs to be repealed in accordance with the opinion of this third party neutral Hospitals & Asylums Legislative Lobby.   

 

Public Health Department HA-7-4-06

 

There are an estimated 6.6 billion people living in the world with an average life expectancy of 67.73 years and our purpose is to achieve the highest standards of health and the provision of health protection for the entire population, if possible free of charge. In 2005 the global population showed an average 1% growth rate that was fueled by a birth rate of 22.03 per 1000, 9.08 deaths per 1,000 and an infant mortality rate of 36.06 per 1,000.  The global average AIDS/HIV infection rate can be estimated at 2% and 81% of the global population is literate.  The WHO reports that as a percentage of the GDP Equatorial Guinea has the lowest per capita expenditure on health at 1.8% and the United States of America the highest at 14.6%.  Mortality remains the consequence of life and all humans must strive to ensure that they and all living beings live long and productive lives by modernizing the research of medicine and adopting a healthy way of life.  The best counsel for a long and healthy life is to eat a nutritious diet, exercise regularly and get a regular check up by a physician.  Immunizations are given to children and international travelers.

Ruling Amending and Repealing Title III of the Border Security Act of 2006 S. 2394 HA-11-4-06

Amendments and Repeals are introduced to the Committee on Migrant Workers, Organization of American States, Senate Judiciary Committee and US President to appoint the legitimate government of US Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) as a full Cabinet level office with expanded legal and administrative staff proportionate to the enhancement of enforcement personnel and to repeal Title III of the Act pursuant to Blakely v. Washington of June 24, 2004 that eliminates mandatory minimum sentencing and orders criminal sentencing to be adjusted downward rather than upward so as to naturalize the poor and deport criminally convicted aliens while reducing the number of US detention beds and increasing the productivity of the work force. 

 

Review of the World Health Report 2006: Working Together for Health HA-14-4-06

 

Lays out a ten-year action plan in which countries can build their health workforces, with the support of global partners.  WHO estimates there to be a total of 59.2 million full-time paid health workers worldwide.  The WHO Region of the Americas, with 10% of the global burden of disease, has 37% of the world’s health workers spending more than 50% of the world’s health financing, whereas the African Region has 24% of the burden but only 3% of health workers commanding less than 1% of world health expenditure.  The report reveals an estimated shortage of almost 4.3 million doctors, midwives, nurses and support workers worldwide. The shortage is most severe in the poorest countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, where health workers are most needed and the life expectancy has actually reversed in the past two decades. 57 countries that fall below this threshold and which fail to attain the 80% coverage level are defined as having a critical shortage. Thirty-six of them are in sub-Saharan Africa. Millennium Project assumed salaries would need to double increasing the current annual salary cost by US$ 53 billion in the 57 countries. 

 

Butler County v. Hamilton County HA-19-4-06

 

Action brought before the Commission on Continuing Legal Education under Rule X of the Rules for the Government of the Bar of Ohio that does not seem to authorize them to issue penalties against the Governor for corruption or others although they are divinely placed to refer any untoward military action to the Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline of the Supreme Court under Rule V, the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Manual for Courts-Martial and we hope that Mr. Taft will voluntarily, with the full assistance of the BAR, resolve what I now understand to be our Hamilton-Butler County slavery crisis under Art. 11 of the Ohio Constitution.  To give the freedom of petty offenders and innocent people an arbitrary release date by when all should be duly processed by an impartial tribunal constituted for this occasion we shall go with "Ohio Tax Freedom Day" on April 25th as reported by House Majority Leader John Boehner.  The Ohio Secretary of Treasury shall get Rob Portman to start his new post of OMB out on the right foot by prohibiting this sort of slave treason.  Hamilton County has demonstrated that they desperately require legal assistance to establish a community based corrections program and must in fact establish this local government before engaging in any policing action.

 

$1 Meteors HA-24-4-06

 

To do Comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle, whose perihelion passage was in 1992 and return is not expected until 2126, just-ice there will be a full moon on 9 August 2006 and the elections of the 100 Perseids per hour 23 July – 24 August are likely to be contentious with the 100+ meteors per hour of the Leonids 14 Nov.- 21 Nov., 120 of the Geminids 7 Dec. – 17 Dec. and the 120 of the Quadrantids 1 Jan. – 5 Jan. predicted by the International Meteor Organization.  Everyone is however invited to the author’s 4th Plenary Perseid Party and will be reminded on the Summer Solstice.

 
Autobiography of Anthony J. Sanders HA-30-4-06
 
Anthony Joseph Sanders was born on 11 August 1974, on the Island of Tholen in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Sharon M. Sanders, 
was born exactly two years later, on the same day as her brother, 11 August 1976, in Visalia, California, USA.  Their family has lived in 
the United States of America nearly his entire life, he was given the name Abraham at his bar mitzvah and he was naturalized a US 
citizen, at the age of 14 to honor his father who is also an immigrant.  After Tony graduated from Colerain High School in Cincinnati, 
Ohio a year early in 1991 he decided to study International Affairs at the University of Cincinnati and work for his mom as a medical 
officer manager and graduated with a BA in 2000.  After getting his degree he was introduced to AJ Stephani Professor of Law and 
Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati College of Law who arranged the 2nd International Conference on Therapeutic Jurisprudence 
3-5 May 2001.  We then met Anthony J. Principi, then Secretary of Veteran’s Affairs, at the 105th National Convention of Veterans of 
Foreign Wars August 14-20 2004 that was held in our hometown Cincinnati.  Having wiped the State Mental Institution Library Education
(SMILE) buildings off the prima facie of the Probate Judge and made Peace with Warfield we recommend to the Senate, Mr. Principi to 
be Secretary or Director of the Military Department and seek $1 million compensation for bombing and tampering the evidence regarding 
the Spring Equinox Edition 2003 of Hospitals & Asylums.
 

Defense Report HA-30-4-06

 

Cleaning the April desk I encountered what could be construed as a judgment by Pay Pal in regards to the unauthorized use of my email address at the end of this record, a request for a military judge and a Justice of the Peace better explained in the Autobiography of Anthony J. Sanders. The email addresses of those who were presented as innocent and potentially witnesses have been removed from this publication, added to the quarterly newsletter list and notified in regards to this monthly defense report of evidence in hopes of alleviating local armed conflict.  Those in doubt in regards to their compatibility with HA Correspondence should read the Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non Governmental Ethics before they censure, commit any sort of crime or become passive or respondent readers of the quarterly publication. 

 

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