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July 2007


Geoff Reiss, CEO of Associated Content held a Town Meeting in July.  Being a new content producer, having received my first $3.95 payment for an article published in June, I attended.  Not having long distance I filled out a form and hope that you will enjoy the format of the WTO article.  June is definitely the month for making money.  I get a penny bonus if a lot of people read my work and can apparently move up the corporate ladder on the basis of how many people read my work and how many articles I produce.  July is a more judicial sort of month when you must prosecute yourself in contravention to the Constitution.  The right to remain silent kept me from fully disclosing The Valley Times 2, Quidditch for Muggles or WTO Agrees on Formula for Unilateral Tariff Reduction, published by Associated Content, on the HA website, until the 31st.  All the work of July is now available to the public.  August is a more stately sort of month.  I am hoping to have my second draft of the 1,000 page HA manuscript, with bibliography, finished in time for HA Day, on my birthday, August 11th, when everyone shall read HA all day and watch the Perseid meteors, that should put on a fine display this moonless year, in the early morning hours. To be sincere in my solicitation to publishers I hope to then write the 7th draft of the Constitution and follow the format of enough publishers to elicit a response regarding advance royalties.       


The Valley Times HA-1-7-07


The Kohler family made it to Anchorage in 6 days, across Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Yukon Territory and Alaska.  The low point of the trip was paying $16 for a six-pack of beer in the Yukon Territory.  One of the highlights of the trip was drinking that six-pack and going trail jogging at mid-night.  It took many nights of bad sleep before we got used to the lack of night.  Minutes after crossing the border into Alaska they were greeted by a wildfire that had just started, due to lightning.  While Ivy starts her internship at a hospital, Steve is going to watch baby Rosemary. A few days after arriving at their new home a bear and her cubs visited, in addition there were many moose.  Chad paid a short visit and was bound for Bettles, AK aboard a tiny prop plane because there are no roads to get there.  Chad’s working there for the summer and will be back in September and everyone will go to Denali National Park. The Kohlers tented one night at Liard River Hot Springs, arguably the king of hotsprings.  Baby Rosemary was well behaved during the trip.  Rosemary made her first little giggle yesterday and has just started nibbling at solid food, although Ivy will continue to breastfeed for as long as possible.  Steve is interested in publishing his pictures in the Valley Times 2 or Alaskan environmental research while he is housebound.


Justice of the Peace Amendment HA-4-7-07


To celebrate the fifth Independence Day draft of the Justice of the Peace Act of 4 July 2007 amending the Soldier’s and Airmen’s Home Title 24 US Code Chapter 2 §41-70 this Chapter is released on the 231st anniversary of our nation’s independence from Great Britain just in time to catch the fireworks.  As the number of prisoners exceeds 2.2 million and we struggle to keep the international trade deficit less than $800 billion, it is a time to rededicate us to the ideals that inspired our founders.  As a judicial philosophy Title 24 adheres to the term “Justice of the Peace” whereas this ideology presents an opportunity for a lasting victory of civil justice over criminal law that could be realized with name changes in two Courts, Probate Court and the International Court of Justice and establishment of five year term limits in the federal judiciary, in the first decades of the 21st century.  To accomplish our primary goal of cutting the US prison population in half, in order to meet international standards for the treatment of detainees, we must reinvest in halfway houses.  To foster freedom and community service it will be necessary to transfer the largest federal judicial block grant, the Justice Assistance Grant, from police and prosecution to probation, parole and community corrections.  To lead our constitutional democracy there is now a race for 28th Amendment to the US Constitution between a Justice of the Peace Amendment and Balanced Budget Amendment.  It is up to Congress to uphold the law and hire the judges who most uphold the quality we seek, freedom.


ACLU v. NSA Vacated to the Senate HA-6-7-07


The 2-1 decision of the Court of Appeals in the ACLU v. NSA case was that the plaintiffs do not have standing to assert their claims in federal court.  The Court vacated the order of the district court.  The case is remanded to the district court with instructions to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction.  The President however made a public statement, of which the court takes judicial notice, "the government’s international activities strictly target al Qaeda and their known affiliates.  The government does not listen to domestic phone calls without court approval and the government is not mining or trolling through the personal lives of millions of innocent Americans".  Application of the State Secrets Doctrine on both sides undermined the judicial case.  The plaintiffs failed to capitalize upon the availability of a statutory claim to establish constitutional standing to litigate that claim.  The plaintiffs allege that the President, as an actor in our tripartite system of government, exceeds his constitutional authority by authorizing the NSA to engage in warrant less wiretaps of overseas communications. The Court, not unlike the President, has constitutional limits and, despite the important national interests at stake, cannot exceed its allotted authority.  Standing limitations confine federal courts to a role consistent with a system of separated powers. Impeachment is what is now wanted and the Constitution does not give this power to the Court but to the Senate.


Quidditch for Muggles HA-7-7-7


The success of the Harry Potter novels has made JK Rowling the highest earning novelist in literary history.  Harry Potter is a series of seven fantasy novels by English author J. K. Rowling.  The seventh and last book in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is scheduled to be released on 21 July 2007.  The first four books have already  been made into highly successful motion pictures by Warner Bros. The fifth, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, began filming in February 2006, and is scheduled for release on 11 July 2007.  The six books published to date have collectively sold more than 325 million copies and have been translated into more than 63 languages.   Film adaptations produced by Warner Bros., have been successful.  The first, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, ranks number four on the list of all-time highest grossing films and the other three Harry Potter films each ranking in the top 20.  There are currently three more Harry Potter films yet to be released. The sixth film, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, is due to be released in November 2008.  The films have spawned five video games and the licensing of over 400 additional Harry Potter products.  As of July 2005, made the Harry Potter brand worth an estimated 4 billion dollars and J.K. Rowling a US dollar billionaire.  Quidditch is the competitive game played flying on brooms. In 2003 the word “muggle” that means non magical people in Harry Potter stories entered the Oxford English Dictionary, to indicate those who are not in the know or are lacking in some skill.


State of Ohio v. Anthony J. Sanders HA-17-7-07


Appeal No. C-070527.  Criminal appeal by leave of Magistrate Amy Searcy on May 1, 2007 to the Ohio 1st Judicial District Court of Appeals.  The Judgment appealed is from Traffic Court May 5, 2000.  The Appeal of Right is on grounds that misdemeanors may be expunged after one year.  The Court is also petitioned for $5,000 for the work and damages caused taking this sham legal process to the hogwash.   The assignment of the first, second, third and tenth errors provide the Court with grounds to order the record sealed because the state is not substantially justified in denying this relief.  The assignment of the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth errors prove varying degrees of sham legal process occurred and caused so much damage that I am due relief . The assignment of the third, fourth, sixth, eighth and ninth errors give the Court excellent guidance for the reform of the judiciary.  The Court is sought to pay me for my work, publish theirs and commission further research on eight topics of merit to the de minimis administration of justice in Hamilton County.  Besides recognizing me for the first time the Appeals Court is sought to certify a conflict for a decision in 60 days from the judgment regarding the trademark dispute between the Centers for Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP and the Hamilton County Court Computer Management System (CMS vs. CMS) for which a Motion for Leave to file Amicus Curiae to the Health Alliance vs. Christ and St. Luke Hospitals is found in Appendix B.


WTO Agrees on Formula for Unilateral Tariff Reductions HA-19-7-07


The Doha round of trade talks unanimously agreed to a simple Swiss formula with two co-efficients.  On a line-by-line basis the formula is,





t1= Final bound rate of duty

t0= Base rate of duty

a = [8-9] = Coefficient for developed Members

           b = [19-23]  = Coefficient for developing Members


State Mental Institution Library Education HA-31-7-07


Fourth draft fulfilling the repealed subchapters and sections of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital Title 24US Code Chapter 4 §161-230.  The District of Columbia Mental Health System established in what is now Article IX was successful in reducing the inpatient population from 7,000 to 600.  This precedence needs to be followed by state mental institutions, private psychiatric hospitals, general hospital psychiatric wards and correction programs around the nation.  The de-institutionalization movement has been successful in reducing the psychiatric inpatient population by half from 515,572 in 1970 to 198,195 in 1998 but has not completely implemented community psychiatry.  Although there were a number of remarkable reports on Mental Health at the turn of the millennium and the UN established a Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse the continuum of care is not improving like other medical specialties and even more disturbing severely mentally ill people treated in the public system are dying 25 younger than average down from 10 to 15 years younger a decade ago.  Key reforms are the constitution of a Mental Health Review Tribunal operated free of charge by the Board of Mental Health to liberate the Justice of the Peace from co-occurring disorders of slavery and drug abuse and the enforcement of finance for community mental health care as authorized without the time limits of inpatient and post hospitalization care in the scope of benefits of Medicare Part A that are falsely represented in CMS literature.  De-institutionalization must fully implement community care backed by limited general hospital psychiatric wards, closing all state mental institutions and private psychiatric hospitals for forensic use, abolishing civil commitments, electro convulsive therapy and drug enforcement.


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