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Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non - Government Economy


20th ed. 11 July 2016


Hospitals & Asylums (HA) was created in 2000.


The HA acronym was coined by Alexander Augustus the African American surgeon who founded FreedmenÕs Hospital & Asylum (HA) for President Abraham Lincoln, who also created the Columbia Institution for the Deaf and populated Arlington National Cemetery. 


HA dates to the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811, that was the work of Paul Hamilton secretary of the Navy under President James Madison.  The codification at Title 24 of the United States Code was the work of Hon. Edward C. Little who died on June 24, 1924.


Economic law demands that we work together.  Both the state and the private sector play an important role.  Everyone has the fundamental right to be free of hunger, poverty and disease.  It is the equal right of men and women to the enjoyment of all the economic, social and cultural rights; to read and write and thereby to grow and flourish with equal rights, health, justice, truth, freedom and peace in pursuit of eternal life, prosperity and happiness.  


In all our dealings we must be ethical.  To the government ethics is a matter of accounting for income, expenditure and association.  To the professional ethics is a matter of profiting with the least risk of harm to anyone. Everyone has a professional responsibility to provide adequately for the needs of those unable to pay. 


The golden rule provides that one must treat others as one wishes to be treated. Therefore non-violence and the non-use of force are fundamental to all dealings with all people and we must also reject all forms of hatred, bigotry, discrimination, prejudice, violence, crime and disease.  It is our duty to defend the life and liberty of all people and treat everyone fairly.


Believing that the codification, adjudication and progressive change of HA statute will promote the maintenance of international peace and security, the development of healthy and friendly relations and the achievement of co-operation among all people.


Scholars should surpass 100 crunches, 100 push-ups and 10km run daily and run a marathon on the Sabbath.


Chapter One (Arts. 1-9): HA has a 200 year history of protecting veterans, the disabled, ill, unlawfully detained.  Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH), Battle Mountain Sanitarium Reserve at Hot Springs, South Dakota, the Army and Navy Hospitals including the Tubercular Hospital at Fort Bayard and the Army and Navy General Hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas; St. ElizabethÕs Hospital and District of Columbia Mental Health System; Gallaudet University for the deaf; Arlington Memorial Amphitheatre; Gorgas Hospital.


Chapter Two (Arts. 10-16): Practical Petitions. To encourage people to litigate the statute the most usable sections are promoted.  People are promised up to $50 to donate blood.  People are encouraged to say when an invasion or violation of the rules and regulations is unlawful and up to $1,000 fine and 12 months in jail is due, People are sought to perfect bona fide claims to land through private exchange and/or nationalization.  Forms simplify the repatriation and release of alleged mentally ill detainees and discipline professional misconduct.  Fines and forfeitures under the Uniform Code of Military Justice are claimed by the Armed Forces Retirement Home Trust FundTerms of admission to the Armed Forces Retirement Home.


Chapter Three (Arts. 17-24): The Right to Write (Arts. 17-24).  HA Text with questions will be available for publication in 2010.  HA statute for Congress by 2020.  HA has been published quarterly, equinox and solstice, since 2001.  Anyone can subscribe to HA by email. The quarterly is unsolicited and monthly is for subscribers.  Copyright royalties uphold the moral and material interests of the author mostly to be paid.  Fair use is interpreted so the State has a duty to respect, protect and fulfill.  Legislative drafting is difficult and must not generate conflict in the laws.  Bills actually become laws by a Member of Congress putting an Act in the hopper and winning the majority approval of both the House and Senate and signature of the President.  


Chapter Four (Arts. 25-30): Political Privilege, Political power is a privilege not a right.  Every citizen shall have the right and the opportunity to participate in the conduct of public affairs directly or through freely chosen representatives, to vote and be elected and to have access to public service.  Political parties are a protected form of freedom of association.  Members shall refrain from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence.  The political spectrum accepts free market liberals and social conservative but regulates communism and fascism administratively because there is a division between the public and private sectors.  Political organizations write annual reports to Congress, publish newsletters and candidate committees.  Non-Governmental Organizations report quadrennial to ECOSOC.  Non profit organizations are tax exempt by virtue of their work.  Everyone is entitled to the highest achievable standard of health and proliferation of ethics committees.  Everyone has a right to enjoy the benefits of education.


Chapter Five (Arts. 31-39): Economic Law The dual mandate for price stability and maximum employment is based in Keynesian equations.  The law of supply of demand and the law of diminishing returns are the basis to economics.  The public sector is reliant upon the balancing of one budget.  Free trade is facilitated with an equation to devaluate currencies with deficits.  SayÕs law provides that there can be no demand without supply.  ParkinsonÕs law explains that work expands to fill the time allotted to it.  GreshamÕs law that bad money drives out good.  Iron Law of Wages states, that if wages rise above subsistence level, they produce inflation, which in turn forces wages down to subsistence level again.  EngelÕs Law anticipates that with rising incomes, the share of expenditures for food and other products declines.  PeterÕs Principle, in any organization every employee rises to his level of incompetence. SandersÕ Clause provides that money spent is money earned and self-interested saving by trust funds must be returned whereas only pro-poor administration is sustainable. There are S Corporations and C Corporations.  Wages must be fair. The system of national accounts for Gross Domestic Product. 


Chapter Six (Arts. 49-49): The Rule of Law, Asylum is a foundational principle.  Common law is the evolution of the precedence of the Supreme Court.  Unjust laws can be ruled unconstitutional if they are overruled.  The inherent dignity and equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.  The ideal of free human beings enjoying freedom from fear and want can only be achieved if conditions are created whereby everyone may enjoy his economic, social and cultural rights, as well as civil and political rights as they determine for themselves.  All people shall enjoy the protection of the International Bill of Rights.  Everyone is entitled to medical immunity and those people virtuous to the progress of the human race are entitled to legal immunity.  The criminally accused shall enjoy a fair trial. 


Chapter Seven (Arts. 50-60): The Future is the largest government reform in the history of the United States and United Nations , There shall be a 2.5% health annuity and social security COLA from January 1, 2016 and the without income limit law will tax the rich to end poverty by 2020. U.S. Customs and Customs Court will be Foreign Relations (FR-ee). The USAID Bureau for Asian and the Near East (ANE) is divided into the Bureaus for the Middle East and Central Asia (MECA) and South East Asia (SEA).  DoD is changed to the Military Department (MD).  DHHS changes its name to the Public Health Department (PHD).  The DEA is transferred to the health administration and renamed Drug Evaluation Agency (DEA).  The Alcohol, Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (ATTTB) changes its name to Alcohol, Tobacco and Marijuana (ATM). The UN shall set down the Generals of the United Nations (GUN) and elect a Secretary of the United Nations (SUN) and remove Drugs from the UN Office of Crime.  The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC-k) shall change its name to Socio-Economic Administration (SEA).  The Permanent Membership to the Security Council shall be abolished.


Chapter Eight (Ars. 61-65) Amendments to HA are by the author, the United States code by majority vote of Congress and signature of the President, amendments to the U.S. Constitution may be proposed by two thirds of both Houses or on the application of two thirds of state legislatures and ratified by three fourths of state legislatures, amendments shall come into force for all Members of the United Nations when they have been adopted by a vote of two thirds of the members of the General Assembly and ratified in accordance with their respective constitutional processes by two thirds of the Members of the United Nations, including all the permanent members of the Security Council to be abolished.


Chapter Nine (Ars 66-72) Annotation is different from the current system of constitutional amendments authorized in the United States. The psychological interaction between the first and second amendments to the Bill of Rights (1789) must be corrected and old debts from the Confederacy forgiven. The Second Amendment right to bear arms is unusual and the militia is cruel treatment for people who sue the government for a redress of grievances. The quartering of troops in people's homes is not a constitutional law in any of the fifty states or hundreds of nations. Sections 2-5 of the 14th Amendment (1868) must be repealed to provide people born and naturalized in the United States the equal protection Section 1. Prohibition in the 18th Amendment (1919) was repealed by the 21st Amendment (1933) but set bad precedence, enforcement must be abolished under the Slavery Convention (1926).  Old debts must be repealed to make the supremacy clause number 1 and oath of office 2 in Article VI of the U.S. Constitution.  The second amendment would be replaced by a redacted Balanced Budget Amendment so Americans would sue for money and the third amendment replaced with ŌNo arbitrary arrest, detention or exileĶ.


Chapters Ten, A & B (Arts. 73-90): The general principle of UN Charter reform is to set down the Generals of the United Nations (GUN) in order to democratically elect a civilian Secretary of the United Nations and ratify a Statement of United Nations (SUN).  Reference to the Secretary General would need to be shortened to Secretary, General Assembly to Assembly and ECOSOC to Socio-economic Administration (SEA). To de-colonize the UN the Permanent Membership to the Security Council will be repealed. A. Chapter XII International Trusteeship System is amended pursuant to paragraph 177 of the Draft Outcome Document of the World Summit (2005) to establish an international system of 1% social security taxation that appears on the pay-stubs of workers and beneficiaries worldwide. B. Chapter XIII Trusteeship Council is amended as ordered the Outcome Document of the World Summit (2005) called for the Human Rights Commission to change their name to the Human Rights Council and adopt a parliamentary function in pursuant to General Assembly Resolution in 2006.


Chapter Eleven (Arts. 91-96): HA is responsible for the federal budget and social security. The statute is reviewed: Military diplomacy in Mary for Armed Forces Month, Attorney General enforcement in July for Independence day, health and welfare in June, state mental institution library education in March, Customs in September for the World Assembly, Jury Duty in January, National Cemeteries as needed, Drug Regulation in October, Public Health department in April, and the Armed Forces Retirement Home for VeteranÕs day.


Chapter Twelve (Arts. 97-100):  Sleep outside and watch the Perseid meteor shower.


Sanders, Tony J. Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non-Government Economy. 20th Edition. Hospitals  & Asylums HA-11-7-16. 100 Articles, 12 Chapters, 50 pgs.

























































































Chapter Eleven (Arts. 91-96): To better serve the public there is a HA Internet Office and Secretary to ensure the secrecy and confidentiality of correspondence disseminate the literature and prepare documents for publication.  The agenda is:  1. Public health, 2. a balanced budget 3. human rights 4. redistribution of wealth and 5. copyright royalties.  The Curriculum is primarily the good governance and balancing of the federal and international budgets. The Plenary Perseid Party is on 11 August.  The Conferences regarding the annual review of Statute are as follows:


Chapter 1 Military Diplomacy in May for Armed Forces Month

Chapter 2 Attorney General Ethics in July for Independence Day

Chapter 3 Health and Welfare in June

Chapter 4 State Mental Institution Library Education in March for Social Work month

Chapter 5 Customs in September

Chapter 6 Judicial Delinquency in January

Chapter 7 National Cemetery Organizations as needed

Chapter 8 Drug Regulation in October for American Pharmacists Month

Chapter 9 Public Health Department in April for World Health Day

Chapter 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home in November for Armistice Day


Chapter Twelve (Arts. 97-100): Membership and Participation.  Hospitals and Asylums Day is at the height of the Perseid Meteor Shower on August 11th and everyone is invited to watch the shooting stars all night. Hospitals & Asylums has a no-membership policy,


Sanders, Tony J. Constitution of Hospitals & Asylums Non-Governmental Economy (CHANGE).  19th Draft. 100 Articles. 10 Chapters. 50 pgs. HA-31-5-13