Hospitals & Asylums
I had a dream that the illiterate law professor, who got his job and institute infringing on my first case, that wiped the State Mental Institution Library Education (SMILE) buildings off the prima facie of the Probate Judge, staying executions until after 9-11 at only the cost of hiring the most homicidal prosecutor State Treasurer, because his initials were the same as mine, actually wrote a book.† In reality he had his thin and irrelevant book on state court procedure removed from the library to nullify the state statute word for word.† In this tome of dreams he showed me a short article in which two verses stood out, Immuno v. Immuno or Immuno and Immuno, as a matter of academic freedom with no practical applications whatsoever.† I am writing to inform you that there is a new law professor in town, a former State Attorney General, my neighbor at Title 25 Indians, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Larry Echo Hawk, a Pawnee.†
Echo Hawk got his federal appointment at roughly the same time Robert J. Krzymowski, whose room I moved into, was sent to State prison for lewdness with a minor x 10.† Very similar to the charges of pandering child pornography that sent a music professor from the original professorís university, Michael Luebbe, to prison for five years, before he got out and jailed the prosecutor.† The Fifth Amendment was very strong.† In this case, I didnít even hear someone was falsely imprisoned until after I had evicted the real offender many months later.† The inmate locator did not list a charge so I wrote a short letter requesting the true cause of detention and gave it unto the Lord.† When I finally found the courage to email the prison, it triggered a 7.0 earthquake in Haiti that took the lives of as many as 200,000, within the hour.† The real offender, a nurse, had told me that he had gone to the Caribbean to construct a hospital with the National Guard over the summer; I guess he had to fight for the Office of Violence against Women to save his marriage.† They really need to increase satellite surveillance of oceanic thermal activity to neutralize the causes of global warming.† Anyways, a few days later, after contacting the State Attorney General and then Larry Echo Hawk I received an email from State officer Debra James saying Robert had been relocated and they would forward my letters to his case worker.†
This leaves two issues.† One, is Robert Krzymowski okay and does he want me to prepare a human rights case repealing a century of mostly sexist discrimination and trumping the 66 day Utah Constitutional Convention of 1897 to write the Mormons in?† Two, is it racist to begin disbarring all bar certified executive, legislative and commercial officers with a drunk Indian, we would prefer to call Chief, like the nickname of the drunk Indian ex-con who evicted me in a fit of household implement filled rage?† As a matter of good neighborliness when discovering a half drunken fifth of State liquor in the yard, after the neighbors throw a rowdy party, one should wake them up and drink it with them in hopes that it will cure their hangover.† This has always been one of the most effective policies of white men stealing Indian lands whereas the Native Americans apparently have a genetic intolerance to alcohol that causes them to sign over their lands against their best interest.† For their part, the white and black men became addicted to American tobacco and jurisdicted to their land.† This time we want to do better.† This time we want the bar certified attorneys to stay behind bars and stop getting drunk on power seizing executive, legislative and commercial offices so that the people and the economy can be free.† In return for his graceful disbarment, we are prepared to vote for Larry Echo Hawk for first Native American President of the United States.
For people like us, a black man in the White House does not sufficiently redress our centuries of wrongs.† The Presidentís State of the Union Address began well, directing his government to the alleviation of poverty; it also ended well apologizing for his administrationís rocky start.† The middle was however rife with class subsidies and failed to pluck the knives out of his back.† We would so like to see him succeed.† The federal government cannot afford to expand the definition of poverty and hope to keep its promises.† The prohibition of torture followed the detour sign to foreign countries where baksheesh brought smiles to an otherwise divided Democratic and Republican (DR) party.† All in all it was a refreshing speech after eight years of warmongering, but it was clouded by the fascist judgment of Citizenís United v. Federal Election Commission that was censured from the Freedom of the Press below.† Fascism is when a government represents corporate interests; fascism is as great a threat to democracy as communism and is not tolerated in liberal democracies.† We seem to be waking from the military experiment to the stupefying corporate interests, prophesied in the comedy movie Idiocracy.† The solution is to finance and tax exempt only free thinking independent parties, redress the judicial misconduct of the Democratic and Republican (DR) party and eschew the futile quest for alternative energy sources for corrupt politicians and go solar.††
The 5.7% economic growth rate in the third quarter of 2009 is obviously a lie.† The employment outlook has not improved, if anything it has gotten worse.† It is more plausible, the thieves kept their violence oversees, except for one or two attempts, and got sued under the laws of nations, mobilizing the Department of Justice to steal all the reparations, causing them to panic, whereupon there were enough unjust DEA agents to get the BEA high, in hopes that the propaganda will cover the costs of their rather bloody fingerprints on the NAACP v. Button.† It is a positive sign that the US is up to their old tricks, but with Bernanke re-elected it is more likely to be another surge before a crash than the beginning of a period of growth.† The United States must cease their abuse of power ultra vires Arts. 2, 4, and 14 of the Convention against Torture (CaT) before torturing the health care reform issue anymore.† Without freedom from abuse society becomes dysfunctional and without a functioning society the economy does not work.† The test shall be whether or not the US pays Afghanistan satisfactory reparations.† Are these foreign wars not merely the parallel universe, for extraordinarily domestic tort claims, invented by academia to avoid admitting how in debt they are to the people they call stupid?† The Iraq Reconstruction Fund jump started the Bush economy, the only reason $15 billion in Afghan Reparations and up to $5 billion for Haiti wouldnít do the same for the Obama economy is that he has been personally responsible for so many attacks upon the honor of the author that he may actually need to stoop so low as to purchase rights to Hospitals & Asylums for the economy to be free.† The compensation cap for Robert J. Krzymowski is set at $1 per Haitian life lost in the earthquake of January 2010.
Freedom of the Press HA-25-1-10
In the earliest of times literacy was a highly restricted and relatively un-prestigious craft limited to the ruling elite in State, bureaucracy, church and trade; but in time literacy expanded and by the 15th century, with the advent of universities, the printing press was invented.† The explosion of literacy caused repressive governments to issue prior restraints on publication so one needed government approval before publishing a work.† The free press is one of the bulwarks of American revolutionary democracy enshrined in the First Amendment freedoms of speech, press and association of 1791 that had to be defended by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison against oppressive party politics. Madison said: "If we advert to the nature of Republican Government, we shall find that the censorial power is in the people over the Government, and not in the Government over the people."† There are linked to this article case of copyright infringement and abuse of the language by the government of great merit.† In the pre-eminent freedom of the press case, New York Times v. Sullivan 1964, Dr. Kingís Court held that some kinds of speech and writings, such as obscenity and fighting words are not expression within the protection of the First amendment; freedom to discuss public affairs and public officials however is.† First amendment freedoms of speech and the press are protected by the fourteenth amendment equal protection of the laws against the abridgement of privileges and immunities and deprivation of life, liberty or property.† When a government wishes to restrict a personís freedom of expression for national security reasons a public trial must be held to describe the wrong that is to be prohibited by law.† While there may be many works of fiction, financed publishers, and fully employed professional journalists who must be guaranteed the freedom of the press, when it comes to suing the government for a redress of grievances, it is the material right of the author to be paid compensation that secures to the State the moral freedom to peaceably assemble.†
Haitian Earthquake Relief: $2.3 billion est. HA-12-1-10
A magnitude-7.0 quake struck Haiti at 4:53 p.m. Tuesday, January 12, 10 miles west of the capital city, Port-au-Prince, which has a population 2 million, with 4 million in the surrounding area.† The death
toll is estimated at 30,000-50,000 but might exceed 100,000.† 60 percent of building are estimated to be substandard in normal circumstances.†† Often referred to as the poorest country in the Western
Hemisphere, Haiti is ill-equipped to respond to such a disaster, lacking heavy equipment to move debris and sufficient emergency personnel.† The United Nations, who lost personnel, the United States
and numerous international relief organizations have promised relief.† The response to the earthquake in Haiti should be coordinated by the Haitian government that is responsible for compiling the official
statistics and damage estimates as well as the regulation, documentation and discipline of relief efforts.† International relief efforts should target those people affected by the earthquake in and around Port-
au-Prince.† It is estimated that 30,000 to 50,000 people died and can be extrapolated that more than 100,000 were wounded and that as many as 2 million people are homeless as the result of the partial or
total destruction of their homes.† International donation coordination should aim to pay survivor benefits of $1,000 (less burial and sanitation), hospital benefits of $2,500 and unemployment benefits of
$1,000.† Financial institutions should ensure people have access to small and large loans for home, business and institution reconstruction.† The overall sum of humanitarian assistance needed can be
estimated at $2.3 billion plus another $10 billion in mixed grants, loans and materials for reconstruction.† This is essentially a worst case estimate but $2.3 billion will be subsumed by the reconstruction
effort and is a good goal.†† †
CHAPTER 6 Judicial Delinquency (JD)
To amend Chapter 6 Freedmenís Hospital ß261-270, fourth draft.† A record 7 million people - or one in every 32 American adults - were behind bars, on probation or on parole by the end of 2005.† Of those, 2.2 million were in prison or jail, an increase of 2.7% over the previous year.† The US prison population quintupled between 1980 and 2004.† In 1980 the US was a model judiciary with 503,586 prisoners (220 per 100,000).†† In 2004 the prison population was 2,085,620 (707 per 100,000).† The US prison population is 24% of the 9 million global prisoners.† The US has the most and densest concentration of prisoners in the world with an average of 724 prisoners per 100,000 citizens.† For the US to achieve the legal limit of 250 per 100,000 the total number of local jail, state and federal prison beds must be limited to less than 740,000.† 1 million is good goal. Nearly 650,000 people are released from prison to communities each year. There are over 3,200 jails throughout the United States, the vast majority of which are operated by county governments.† Each year, these jails will release in excess of 10,000,000, 3.3% of the population, back into the community.† Nearly two thirds of released State prisoners are expected to be rearrested for a felony or serious misdemeanor within three years after release.† Racial disparities among prisoners persist in the 25-29 age group, 8.1% of black men - about one in 13 Ė were behind bars, compared with 2.6% of Hispanic men and 1.1% of white men.† Under Section 6 of the Justice of the Peace Amendment to the US Constitution, States shall probate and parole criminal offenders to community correctional housing and equal employment opportunity programs to substantially and sustain ably reduce the prison population to meet international minimum standards of detention.† A Human Rights amendment and a 10 Year Community Based Corrections Equality Plan amendment to Civil Rights statute will help achieve the legal limitÖ856
Sanders, Tony J.