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Customs House Act St. Elizabeth HA-26-2-11/HA-5-9-11


By Anthony J. Sanders




To amend all references to Homeland and Domestic Security throughout Title 6 of the United States Code, and Title 6 of the Code of Federal Regulations, and elsewhere in the Civil Code to better respect local “Customs”.


To amend HA Chapter 4 St. Elizabeth’s Hospital 24USC(4)III§225 at (a)(1) so “are currently” is amended to read “have been” and at (a)(5) “currently” to read “that were” and at (b)(3) “from the present system” is repealed and a new clause is added,


(c) In January 2010 U.S. Customs acquired all real property of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital under 19USC(10) §2081(a)(1)(A)


To amend 24USC(4)III§225a to append at (10) the term “Customs” means the occupants of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital.  §225f Property Transfer is repealed at (a) exclusion of certain real property” and (a)(1) Except as provided in paragraph (2).  At (a)(2) is appended “until Customs assumed liability for the intellectual “rent” under 40USC(II) (D) III§8141, 17USC§201(a, c, e, d), and the Mental Health Bill of Rights 42USC((102)IV§9501 (A,i,D)


To repeal Information as Confidential; exception, of the Census statute at13USC(1)§9 at (a)(1) “or section 210 of the Departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1998 or section 2(f) of the Census of Agriculture Act of 1997”.


To recognize “Customs” as the occupiers of what was St. Elizabeth’s hospital and to succeed the executive department of Homeland Security under 6USC§111(b)(1)(G) for Congress under 40USC§8141


To rename U.S. Citizenship and Immigration (USCIS) US Naturalization Service (USNS) eliminate the discriminatory disclaimer on FOIA naturalization papers and authorize SSA, DMV, USPS and other identification providers to file USCIS Freedom of Information/Privacy Act Form G-639 so as not to burden clients with Fraud and related activity in connection with identification documents, authentication features, and information under 18USC(47)§1028


To limit Transportation spending to $75 billion in FY 2012 and $77.7 billion in FY 2013 and 3% annual growth thereafter under the Anti-Deficiency Act 31USCII(13)III§1341(a)(1)(A)


To implicate Harvard law in the use of weapons of mass destruction 18USC(113B)§2332a and require a national hazardous substance response plan be drafted regarding styrene chemicals under 42USC(103)I§9605


To transfer FEMA to White House and pay $7 billion for Hurricane Irene in OMB tables under 42USC(68)IV§5170 and 5USCIIIB(35)I§3503

To remove NPPD Federal Protective Service and State and Local Law Enforcement Training to DoJ Criminal Division in OMB tables and reality under 18USCII(232A)§3681 and 5USCIIIB(35)I§3503


To fine NPPD the $1.3 million cost of the cyber-mission integration program under 18USC(47)§1030


To grant proceeds to FEMA for the costs of Hurricane Irene and USCIS if needed to process freedom of information/privacy act claims swiftly and without interference whereas the USCIS budget has declined from the previous year and USCIS is on strike in regards to mailing naturalization papers to the author of this brief


To question the moral hazard of lawyers in consular, executive, legislative office, or in this case, traffic judge and diplomats in domestic security operations, and punishing TD for their graft by recusing lawyers from the role of traffic judge, the busiest jurisdiction, and replacing the docket with a licensed social worker to ensure Americans receive the just compensation they deserve for their automobiles and for the Federal Court of Claims to appoint a social worker to prove the 20th century professional can judge civil claims in writing, and begin protecting Americans from the prosecution of civil claims in state courts against 18USC(11)§205


To question the beauty of amending Title 6 of the United States Code and Code of Federal Regulation from Domestic Security to Customs and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to Customs


To relieve the author of private ownership of government work, including the only balanced federal budget FY 2012 HA-28-2-10 and Annotated Constitution of the United States HA-16-7-11, under 17USC§105, §201(a, c, e, d), §501 and §106A


Be Customs billed $5 a night for the HA bicentennial of the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811 under 6USC§345 and 41USC§255(a)(1)


Customs is not difficult to create.  The Department of Homeland Security has done a good job limiting spending growth in FY 2012 to 1.5% over the prior year after being criticized for their greed in 2010.  Since S & P lowered the sovereign debt rating the fraud, waste and abuse in the executive branch regarding their trillion accounting error, will no longer tolerated and agencies over 3% annual growth from FY 2008 will find that they run out of money like the FAA, whether or not they have the permission of the dissolved 112th Congress whose CBO is equally insolvent with the OMB.   The law of supply and demand simply doesn’t apply to Recovery Act addicts like rude Ray LaHood (R) Transportation Secretary.  The law of supply and demand is fundamental to all other relations except that when dealing with the macroeconomics of federal agencies the law of diminishing returns limits spending growth to the reasonable 3% annual increase we all expect in our wages.  Otherwise realizing the separation of domestic law enforcement and Customs to better treat the self-inflicted auto-immune disorder that has compromised the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations of 1946 is a very simple matter of transferring FEMA to the White House, and the Federal Protective Service and Federal Law Enforcement Training Center to the DoJ and levying a $1.3 million fine to eliminate the cyber-mission integration program as a Restrictions on former officers, employees, and elected officials of the executive and legislative branches under 18USC(11)§207.  


OMB Customs Revisions FY 2012 (in millions)



FY 2012


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OMB Customs FY2012





OMB Executive Office of the President FY 2012

OMB Executive Office of the President FY 2012 with FEMA

OMB Department of Justice FY 2012

OMB Department of Justice FY 2012 with FPS and FLETC





DoT Budget Request FY 2012


OMB DoT FY 2012 3% annual growth from FY 2008

Effect on Federal Budget




0.365 for author

Source: Hospitals & Asylums Graduation of Homeland Security in Separation of Customs and Domestic Emergency Management Functions. Labor Day HA-5-9-10


The program costs of the Federal Protective Service (FPS) are projected to be $1,261,537,000 in FY 2012.  Program costs of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center are projected to be $276,413,000 in FY 2012. Therefore OMB should increase spending by the Department of Justice by $1,537 million, from $33,129 million to $35,666 million.  Furthermore, the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) needs to be transferred to the Executive Office of the President.  FEMA budget authority is projected by DHS to be $6,218,433,000 in FY 2012.  Therefore OMB should increase spending by the Executive Office of the President from $434 FY 2011 $574 million FY 2012, after a Bush high of $18.8 billion in 2004, to $6,774 million and growing.  The Executive Office of the President and OMB should account for the regular expenses of FEMA as well as extraordinary costs incurred by presidential disaster and emergency declarations.  How nice if the Executive Office of the President, that includes the Office of Management and Budget, would account for the total annual toll of natural disasters.  Until Hurricane Irene all the extraordinary costs of FEMA FY 2011 had been born by private litigation but the $7 billion cost of Hurricane Irene is paid for with the $100 billion offshore receipt returned for the Treasury with the Transportation Department was named sole beneficiary, that does increase spending of the Executive Office of the President from $6,616 in FY million to $13,616 million in FY 2011.  It will do the OMB good to keep FEMA close to their own head capital in the Executive Office of the President to keep volatile disaster relief accounting up to date.  OMB will have to reduce Department of Transportation (DoT) spending from $89,662 million to $73 billion to remain within 3% annual growth of FY 2008 in FY 2012.  DoT must reduce their spending projections from $129 billion to $73 billion.  After serious review there is no way that any extra spending on the Recovery Act addicted Department can be allowed in FY 2012 even highways and high speed rail should fit in the margin of 3% annual growth of agency budgets.  As for Customs, OMB shall reduce spending on the so-called Department of Homeland Security, by $7,727 million from $46,901 million to $39,174 million, and change the name of the historical column from Homeland Security to Customs.  Homeland Security, Customs, shall reduce their total budget authority from $57 billion to $49.3 billion, and their adjusted net discretionary authority to $43.2 billion.  Customs is complete.  The 112th Congress is dissolved.  This audit enables the Transfer of Functions under 5USCIIIB(35)I§3503


Customs returned $29 billion to the Treasury in 2009 and kept $13.4 billion in mandatory and offsetting fees and trust fund interest, for total revenues in excess of $42.4 billion in FY 2012. After removing irrelevant agencies Customs would turn a profit for the Treasury.  All that remains is to determine whether the Federal Court of Claims can process these claims by email or if the United States must be deprived of HA.  The Federal Court of Claims however does not advertise an email address of any sort on their website whereby it will impossible to correspond with them, unless they make a good faith effort to communicate with HA, therefore it would be better if we all did not Esq. and settled the extremely petty differences of the United States with the author of the balanced federal budget, who has amended the $5 a night bill for squatting St. Elizabeth’s Hospital to the full $365,000 price of the HA bicentennial in the Customs House Act, St. Elizabeth (CHAStE

) e-Motion of 2011. 

Sanders, Tony J. Customs House Act, St. Elizabeth (CHAStE). 16 articles. 77 pgs. Hospitals & Asylums. Drafted Bicentennial Day HA-26-2-11 Amended Labor Day HA-5-9-11