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March 2007


This month got off to a slow start while I was updating the World Atlas that showed a world that is growing at a rapid rate on a regional basis with only one source of risk - the US account deficit.  Afterwards I was inspired to take two cases of corporate murder and then finish my family law and expungement (click on welcome to access this April Fool’s brief and May Day arraignment in an unauthorized practice of law that apparently accepts neither writing nor appoints a lawyer although the prosecutor attends) litigation that with your support will establish community correction programs in the troubled towns of Washington DC and Cincinnati, Ohio where we are mentally damaged by satirical Mayor Juana abuse.  This month the Federal Reserve has been very active in soliciting for the sale of foreclosed real estate.  I had hoped to argue the case for a wholesale purchase of foreclosed real estate by community corrections and community health programs around the nation but could not find the time.  Congress could resolve a significant portion of the real estate bubble burst if they would only swallow their pride and do their civic duty to establish community corrections and community health programs in order to reduce the prison population much like I must to settle the criminal usury of the Assignment Commissioner by reporting to Jury Duty with the publicly treasonous Sheriff on the 23rd. 


Congress has been decisive this March.  They agreed to Revising the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2007, establishing the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2008, and setting forth appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2009 through 2012. H. CON. RES. 99 that passed 216 to 210 on 29 March 2007.  Setting forth the congressional budget for the United States Government for fiscal year 2008 and including the appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years 2007 and 2009 through 2012 S.CON.RES.21.PCS was placed on the calendar in the Senate that was Resolved by the Senate with the House of Representatives concurring S.CON.RES.21.ES that passed 52 to 47 on 23 March 2007.  In making these calculations the Senate has worked together to remove reference to social security taxation and administration in their totals to expect only $1.9 trillion in revenues and approximately $2.3 trillion in spending. 


The $400 billion deficit is expected to bring the public debt to $8.9 trillion, $5 billion of which are held by the public.  Social Security expects $637 billion in revenues and $447 billion in outlays, a $190 billion surplus.  The military has a budget of $619 billion with $560 billion in outlays, a $59 billion surplus without further investigation.  The Senate document that passed is a helpful cross examination of the President.  It should not be difficult to return $250 billion in funds for a deficit of only $150 billion.  If waste, fraud and abuse in Defense programs can be reigned in for a gross aggregate military expenditure of $400 billion it might be possible to balance the budget this year.  Long live King George II, the richest man in the world, who betrayed us with his troop surge in order to pretend like there is some substance to this spending and may need to be impeached to recover the money stolen from the military, that is not a financial institution, and is due for reduction in weapons stockpiles and finance to be more proportionate with the $1 trillion total military expenditure.  The US is its own worst enemy in the War against Terrorism.  International Affairs is showing improvement to $35 billion, 0.3% of the real GDP of $11 trillion, making progress towards the Goal of 0.7%.  With these bills there is hope for a balanced budget if surplus funds can be returned to the Treasury and the war reserve can be limited to no more than 20% of real costs.  It remains up to Congress to enforce the Balanced Budget Acts.


Roster of the United Nations HA-19-3-07


The UN DESA is again considering HA for the NGO Roster.  An introduction has been drafted for the Atlas.  Some 400 million people have escaped poverty in the last 20 years.  The development slump of the 1990s, when many African nations actually backslid into poverty, is over.  United under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) developing nations are growing at average rates between 5-7%.  The $1 trillion account deficit of the US is the primary source of global economic risk these days.  It is hoped to achieve the MDGs through methodically increasing solicitation, participation and administration of donations until 2015 with particular concern for Sub Saharan Africa that is the only nation not likely to reduce extreme poverty by half without a sustained investment in ethics.  To administrate these funds ethically ODA must be invested in individuals living below the national poverty line with collective options to invest some of their income into community improvements such as water and sewage treatment.  To complete the reforms of the MDGs the UN Charter amendments are sought under Chapter XVIII for a Chapter XII International Tax Administration, Chapter XIII Human Rights Council, Chapter IV Parliamentary Assembly and Chapter XV for a democratically elected civilian Secretary of the United Nations (SUN).


Balancing of the Official Development Atlas of the States of the United Nations HA-16-3-07


The HA world atlas tables have been updated using the statistics from the CIA World Fact Book from 2006.  The findings are that the world population is between 6.56 and 6.8 billion.  Population must be rounded up because there are hundreds of millions of undocumented people living throughout the world.  The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the world is estimated at $63.5 trillion.  Although the official growth rate is closer to 4.8% these figures reflect an 18% growth rate mostly because of the devaluation of the dollar.  There have been large upward revisions in the oil producing nations and in South America and HA has been more generous in the downward revision of the US to $11.5 trillion.  The average per capita GDP is $9,600.  The average life expectancy is estimated at 67.86 years with a low of 33 years in Swaziland and high of 84 years in Andorra. A new column pertaining to the incarceration rate per 100,000 citizens has been added, to reflect a 162 average with a high of 737 in the USA and low of 22 in the Republic of Congo, the arbitrary legal limit is 250.  Global government budget revenues are estimated at $14 trillion and expenditures at $15 trillion.  International trade is estimated at $12 trillion.  The official development assistance (ODA) statistics have not been meticulous forecast for 2007 however it is projected to levy $120.5 billion from wealthy nations and disburse $112 billion to developing countries - $125 billion is a good goal for the UN in regards to ODA contributions this year.


Chiquita Brands International v. District of Columbia Community Corrections HA-23-3-07


Chiquita Brands International is a leading international marketer, producer and distributor of quality fresh fruit, processed fruit and vegetable products with revenues of approximately $4.5 billion  Chiquita is a multinational corporation incorporated in New Jersey and headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.  The Chiquita Statement on Agreement with US Department of Justice in Cincinnati, Ohio of 14 March 2007 by Fernando Aguirre, chairman and chief executive officer that under the terms of the agreement, the company will pay a fine of $25 million, payable in five annual installments. As previously disclosed, the company recorded a reserve in 2006 for the full amount of the fine in anticipation of reaching an agreement.  To ensure that the District Court of the District of Columbia does not launder the monetary instrument the plan is for every penny to be used to start the District of Columbia Community Corrections program as the Mental Health System was a decade and a half ago.  Other conflicts between legislation are also addressed such as how Chiquita and counsel should have protected their business in Colombia under the Political Constitution, why the US does not accede to the Rome Statue on the International Criminal Court, the politically correct method for impeaching chief law enforcement officers and the applicable criminal rule of law for not being considered a bleeding heart liberal or rat in the eyes of right wing extremists who are not exclusively found in the Republic of Colombia.


In re: Menu Foods Recall HA-26-3-07


Menu Foods, an Ontario Corporation, is the leading North American private-label/contract manufacturer of wet pet food products sold by supermarket retailers, mass merchandisers, pet specialty retailers and other retail and wholesale outlets. In 2006, the Fund produced more than one billion containers. On 16 March 2007 Menu Foods announced the precautionary recall of the “cuts and gravy” style pet food in cans and pouches manufactured between 3 December 2006 and 6 March 2007.  As of the 21st 14dogs and cats had died. The toxin has been identified Aminopterin, formerly used to induce abortions and as a rodenticide,  The recall has been largely satisfactory.  The company promises to pay for damages that we hope to triple.  There however remains the problem of unauthorized practice of law in regards to the disclaimer on all of the corporation’s press releases that states, “Not for release on US Newswire Services”, that must be deleted from future press releases.  The Province of Ontario and the US Food and Drug Administration are sought to enforce this finding of this investigation.


Biography Against Bio-terrorism HA-31-3-07


A family law brief by Tony J. establishing to the terms of probation for his father Marcel F. and step mother Carolyn J. Sanders due to contempt in producing a written response.  In regards to prohibiting parties until there is no longer a threat of bio-terrorism.  Seeking marriage counseling. Getting assigned to volunteer at a local animal shelter in Butler County, Ohio to replace the old one abandoned in 2005. Limited restoration of subscription rights to the season whereas treason is foreign to reading in this case alternatively titled, Carolyn J. Sanders et al v. Marcel F. Sanders DVM respondent . There can be found grounds for a divorce under Ohio RC 3105.01 (DIE) for (D) extreme cruelty (I) foreign influence (E) fraudulent contract and also human pleas for equal protection under state animal cruelty statute.  It is hoped that the power of the AVMA Principles of Veterinary Medical Ethics will save the marriage and keep the peace with their neighbors.  A study by the AVMA found that the median starting salary of large animal veterinarians was $60,500, $11,000 less than that of small animal veterinarians.  For veterinarians practicing 25 years, the gap was even wider, $98,500 for large animal practitioners, $122,500 for small.  Marcel is very happy with his house calls for pets practice in Greater Cincinnati.  Both he and CJ could be of use to an animal shelter after two years without the public service.  They could get extra credit writing articles for HA like we hope Tony’s birth mother will do now that she has closed her medical practice and is packing up with her new husband to take a sabbatical and then work for a compassionate capitalist somewhere new.  I wish I could afford to move myself. Ohio money has gone bad, at least in Hamilton County.


Tony Sanders