Hospitals & Asylums 








January 2013


By Anthony J. Sanders


There is little more to be said about higher level governmental functions, the federal government continues to neglect to pay Sandy Relief and the press falsely attributes the zero economic growth in the fourth quarter to military spending cuts. Because of the Presidential negligence to pardon Rod Blagojevich for M.L.K. day, the sun shall not shine in D.C.  Not that the brains of political and media monopolies ever had more illuminating power than a 25 watt light-bulb, with a particularly rebellious fuse in the capitol penal institutions.  Without freedom, in the fully industrialized sense, economic solvency is a matter of settled private law, whether or not the incompetent and criminally insane federal government concedes to read and write or some entrenched lobbying interest or prosecutor misbehaves. We will have to take responsibility for the fulfillment of human rights ourselves, but must hold the government responsible for back payments whereas criminal negligence and abuse is not a legal defense of money laundering.  We must ask that the press not shine their light in the dark backrooms of staged political disputes by plagiarists, as they were observed doing by a British court last fall, but to uphold the civil law and study more illuminating scientific advances made by the people, for the people.    


I, for one, have decided to write a medical textbook this 2013.  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) seems to be the only federal agency able cite the civil code, albeit usually selectively to avoid the subject of their regulatory capture by defective psychiatric drug producers but they wrote to stake their entire withdrawal of Cogentin (benztropine) from the market on the effectiveness of the antiviral Symmetrel (amantandine) to treat the Parkinsonlike extra pyramidal side effect of antipsychotic drugs, within minutes of taking one dose.  Each chapter takes a month and as the result of the distraction of government, the chapter on neurology, the first effort with a medical textbook in mind, will hang over into February, and the vital organs are expected to take through Spring.  I want to take the empirical understanding of Robbin’s Pathological Basis of Disease, which has cured every serious condition that stymied me, and is the core of every private medical library whose acquaintance I have made, to the level of pharmaceutical excellence found in Internal Medicine, by reading the idiopathic books at the public library and verifying the empirical science with specialty and primary medical textbooks, in the college library, that is open till 11 pm during the school year.


I am catching the tour bus going to the state capitol next week for a demonstration regarding Health Care as a Human Right and Universal Health Care.  I expect it to be even more of a walking pneumonia, than the other events I went to on the subject of Universal Health Care, as bad as the nosocomial infection in the hospital library or cafeteria, for that matter, but probably not so antibiotic resistant.  Specialties under three hundred pages long tend to resist the use of antibiotics in their effort to make sense of the special medications and surgeries for idiopathic diseases – doxycycline for Staph infection, metronidazole for bacterial gastroenteritis and penicillin, or erythromycin if allergic, for meningitis and pneumonia caused by Step. It is true, medical bills need to be discredited by credit bureaus, as lawyer bills were in 2009, to conclude the abuse case for student loan forgiveness, that cannot denied like the case for negligence to provide for paying work in the field, nor even giving any credit for such ideas as state bar certification for Bachelor of the Law, who is not too overqualified to free a slave, and Foreign Service exam and employment for the bachelor of international affairs, who might arrest a corrupt government program, nor upholding such ethical and criminal convictions as plagiarism, propaganda, antitrust, conflict of interest, nepotism, psychiatric abuse, false arrest, torture, involuntary biological experimentation and mass murder, to discipline the academic medical corp and meducate the public.


The Bar Between Wisdom and Wealth: Pardon Rod Blagojevich HA-19-1-13


U.S. government has not progressed since the Social Security Amendments of 1974 created the Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Over the last three decades those with low wages (in the bottom 90 percent) have seen a growth of only around 25 percent in their wages, while those in the top 1 percent have seen an increase of almost 150 percent and the top 0.1 percent of more than 300 percent. Even after the wealthy lost some of their wealth as stock prices declined in the Great Recession the wealthiest 1 percent of households had 225 times the wealth of the typical American, almost double the ratio in 1962 and 1983.  Even worse, the absolute social inequality of slavery has reemerged, and from 1970 to 2005, the Nation’s prison population increased by 700 percent. The 2010 Census found there were 46.2 million people living below the poverty line, the highest number in the 52 years the Bureau has published the statistic and at 15.1 percent the highest percent living in poverty since 1993 up from 12.5 percent in 2007.  At the very bottom, by 2011 the number of American families in extreme poverty – living on two dollars a day per person or less, the measure of poverty used by the World Bank for developing countries- had doubled since 1996 to 1.5 million.  The U.S. has the highest number of children growing up in poverty in any industrialized nation, 20-25 percent, significantly higher than the general population, Netherlands is next with around 10 percent. Guaranteeing 50 million Americans a $1,000 a month income floor would not cost more than $600 billion, a doubling of annual social security expenditures, that might be satisfactorily paid for by the removal the social security contribution cap $110,000 (2013), estimated at $250 billion. With 1.1 million applications approved out of 2.4 million applications and 7.7 million SSI beneficiaries in 2010 “mental disability for evidence of penal service” would only double the increase in costs by about 7% from 7% to 14% annually if done gradually aiming for 250 to 500 detainees per 100,000 residents by 2020.  OASDI assets are due penalty, for the cruelty and miserliness of the $666 SSI  for three years without COLA, reducing assets from over $2.6 trillion to $2.4 by 2020 by making SSA pay for SSI, rather than the General Fund, but the ace in the hole – the elimination of the income cap contributions – might bring in around $250 billion in new revenues annually to SSA without raising taxes for anyone but the rich, that must be invested directly in all those living below the poverty line with a healthy margin for the Baby Boomers to retire.  Note: OASDI is off-budget and reducing benefits will not balance the budget.  The Democratic minority organized opposition to the idea of SSA paying for SSI, but now that the ridiculous 2% OASI tax relief has been prohibited, and we feel safe in the equity of the elimination of the income cap on contribution, OASDI can take responsibility for SSI in FY 2013 retroactive to FY2012.  For his part, the black lawyer figurehead President must pardon his former master Rod Blagojevich for MLK day.


Book 6 Judicial Delinquency (JD)


To amend Chapter 6 Freemen’s Hospital §261-270.  Freeman’s Hospital and Asylum cared for freed slaves in the Washington DC area during the civil war era.  In 2005 a record 7 million people, one in every 32 Americans, were in prison or jail, an increase of 2.7% over the previous year.  In 2009 the state prison population declined for the first time since 1973.  Reductions in prison population is a priority.  The prison population quintupled from 503,586 in 1980 (220 per 100,000) to 2,085,620 in 2004 (707 per 100,000).  The U.S. has the most and densest concentration of prisoners in the world comprising 24% of the 9 million global prisoners, more than Russia, the runner up, and more than China.  For the U.S. to achieve the legal limit of 250 detainees per 100,000 the total number of local jails and state and federal prison beds must be limited to less than 740,000.  One million is a good goal.  Nearly 650,000 people are released from prison to communities each year.  Each year the nation’s 3,200 jails release an excess of 10 million, 3% of the population back into the community.  Nearly two thirds of released State prisoners are expected to re-arrested for a felony or a serious misdemeanor within three years.  In 2005 7% of all prisoners were women, the number of women prisoners increased 2.6% while male prisoners rose 1.9%.  Racial disparities among prisoners persist, particularly in the 25-29 age group, 8.1% of black men, about one in 13, were behind bars, compared with 2.6% of Hispanic men and 1.1% of white men.  To uphold a legal limit of 250 prisoners per 100,000 residents SSI shall finance a halfway house system at  7% of SSI program costs, doubling program growth, the federal Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) and other extra-jurisdictional judicial financing shall be transferred to 59,000 halfway houses from foreclosure auctions over 10 years, and the retraining of 207,090 trained, full-time parole and probation officers and social workers; the only method nearly 100 percent effective at preventing recidivism, that is stubbornly 60 percent within three years after release, is the successful completion of a post-conviction college degree. Quiz…846