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June 2007


June seems to be pay day.  As health and welfare month this is not strange.  For better revenues I should write positive law every month instead of trying to reform the government and redress problems.  I am however obligated to the assist the ill, war ravaged and criminally accused so I should just be content with the rewards of June as I forge ahead on the Justice of the Peace and my manuscript this July.  I moved to a bigger apartment at a lower cost with a friend, I discovered the new 2007 SSI income exemption whereby I am entitled to $344 a month and notified the office, and most excitingly I got to go on the free ACLU bus ride for the Day of Action to Restore Law and Justice to Capitol Hill.  All in all this year should be a good one.  The Perseid meteor shower should put on a good show August 12-13.  In recap of the month the SSI income exemption whereby the first $65, actually $85, and half of income is exempt, needs to be settled to eliminate the disability backlog.  Inflation of health care costs must be limited to 3% annually.  SSA must decide whether they want to balance the budget this year or wait.  There is now a race for XXVIII Amendment to the US Constitution between the Balanced Budget Amendment and the Justice of the Peace Amendment.


Day of Action to Restore Law and Justice HA-26-6-07


Four thousand people attended the Day of Action to Restore Law and Justice on June 26, the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, in Washington DC.  The day was organized by the ACLU, Amnesty USA, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the National Religious Campaign Against Torture; among more than eighty nongovernmental organizations.  There were free buses running from many locations around the nation to take protestors to the capitol and back home.  The tip of the habeas corpus iceberg is the Military Commissions Act of 2006 that denied several hundred detainees at Guantanamo the habeas rights they had already won from the Supreme Court and several bills seek the redress.  Some Congress members and leaders of human rights organizations spoke to the crowd in front of the capital building in the summer sun until noon.  Afterwards the crowd broke off by state to lobby their Congress members.  The United States has a lot of work to do on the issue of habeas corpus.  The ABA Kennedy Commission recognized that the US has the most prisoners of any nation in the world.  The Supreme Court passed two judgments overturning mandatory minimum sentencing, Blakely and Booker, however the prison population continues to grow.  Congress must reverse their bizarre policies of the past two and half decades and uphold the laws that most uphold life and liberty.


5th Plenary Perseid Party HA-21-6-07    


On 11 August 2004, there were 139 Perseid meteors an hour.  With no moon, 2007 should be a good year for observing the Perseids, The 120 meteors an hour of the Quadrantids 1 Jan. – 5 Jan however pose a challenge with the Perseids 23 Jul. – 20 Aug whose maximum will be on the early morning of the 13th, it is up the Observers and the IMO, to decide. This is the first draft to be done as a treaty.  It is dated, the spring equinox 2007 although it was done on the 19th.  During the mid-90s, after the passage of the comet in Nov. and Dec. of 1992 reported rates were as high as 400 per hour.  The best strategy for viewing the Perseid shower would be to observe as late as possible during the early morning hours of August 13 in a place with little light pollution.  To encourage people to go it is recommended to pay $1 per meteor formally reported to the International Meteor Organization and/or American Meteor Society.  Perseid meteors will appear in every portion of the sky but most of the activity will appear in the northeast quadrant, some thirty degrees away from the radiant.  You should be able to observe an average of 80 meteors per hour.


Health and Welfare HA-17-6-07    


The fifth draft amending Title 24 US Code Chapter 3 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers §71-150 was written for Father’s day.  The objective of this Chapter is to insure Americans an income of $1,000 a month pursuant to the fine in §154.  162 million workers, 54% of the 300 million population, had earnings covered by a 13.85% in social security taxation. SSA administrated $546 billion in benefits to 49 million people, 34 million retired workers, 7 million survivors and 9 million disabled workers for $5.3 billion in administrative costs and collected $745 billion in revenues, a $193.7 billion profit.  As of 31 December 2006 SSA had $2,048.1 billion in savings, $1,844.4 billion in OASI and $203.9 billion in DI.  CMS serves 87 million people with health insurance.  Medicare covered 43.2 million people 36.3 million aged 65 and older, and 7 million disabled.  Medicare expenditures were $408 billion, 3.1% of the GDP in 2006, and revenues $437 billion, a profit of $29 billion bringing Medicare assets to $339 billion.  Medicaid served 52 million beneficiaries at an annual cost of $305 billion.  Issues are; restrain inflation in all health care costs to 3% annually; bring the new $65 and one half all further SSI income exemption into use to resolve the disability backlog; balancing the federal budget while protecting SSA trust fund growth; increasing official development assistance contributions until there is a 1% international social security tax on every pay-stub; passing a balanced budget amendment to the US Constitution.


Anthony J. Sanders v. Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security HA-3-6-07


Second draft of a brief seeking $358 more from SSI to bring my income up to $1,000 a month.  I have been a beneficiary since January of 2002.   SSA is for the most part very secure and open to being sued for not being more supportive of the creative pursuits of their beneficiaries.  SSA is however prone to all the curses of bureaucracy, in 2003 I was charged $66.60 for Medicare Part B premiums that I didn’t want, in 2004 I was reimbursed $666 from the state for the Medicare premium resulting in the complete loss of my food card and Medicaid from bio-terrorist corruption that later took my job from my father, then my freedom, then my $200 a month contribution from my father.  I fought to have Medicare premiums removed and whereas my income was below $603 became eligible for minimal SSI payments of $65.  I currently receive an estimated $643 from SSA but have absolutely not other income.  Currently, while the Social Security Bulletin is in Vol. 66, a situation that SSA should remedy for religious reasons, SSA is suffering an enormous backlog of disability petitions of 700,000 with the Administrative Law Judges and 1.6 million with the administrative staff.  To overcome this great backlog I am proposing that SSA establish the reasonable amount of $1,000 a month as the poverty line for eligibility and am offering my services as a clerk.


Race for XXVIII Amendment to the US Constitution


Balanced Budget Amendment


Section 1. Total outlays for any fiscal year shall not exceed total receipts for that fiscal year in order to balance the federal budget.


Section 2. Prior to each fiscal year, the President shall transmit to the Congress a proposed budget for the United States Government for that fiscal year in which total outlays do not exceed total receipts.


Section 3. The Congress shall enforce and implement a balanced budget by appropriate legislation.


Justice of the Peace Amendment to the US Constitution,


Section 1 Federal Judges shall be elected to terms of five years on the nomination of the President and confirmation of the Senate.


Section 2 Justices of the Supreme Court shall be limited to not more than two five year terms.


Section 3 Chief Justice shall be elected by the Senate with the consent of the Associate Justices.


Section 4 States shall abolish Probate Court on the condition the counties elect slavery free Justices of the Peace in every jurisdiction.


Section 5 States shall transfer responsibility for the adjudication of mental disability to the licensed, trained and certified professionals of the community board of mental health and social security administration.


Section 6 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.


Section 7 Cases regarding US international trade, international affairs and ambassadors to and from the United States shall be adjudicated by the US International Tribunal in New York City.


Section 8 Federal officers convicted of crimes against humanity by House of Representatives shall be impeached by the Senate with the exception of the President who is entitled to the attendance of the Chief Justice.


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