Hospitals & Asylums 








May 2011


By Anthony J. Sanders


Armed Forces Month was a victory.  The Secretary of Defense resigns in June.  After FY 2011 there will be no more war appropriations.  The economy is teetering on the brink of another recession. The war profiteers have been desperate since the TARP repayment ended in October 2011.  They began the New Year by disabling the Mastercard gateway to embezzle monthly fees on Visa cards to bribe the court to bomb Libya.  Their sedition weighed so heavily on the last remaining Bush executive the Commissioner of Social Security faces 6 months in fat camp for the deprivation of relief benefits and two counts of assault with a deadly weapon.  It’s amazing how many international criminals can be captured and killed in his defense.  The surrender of the President of the IMF on sexual assault charges was such a great success for the American legal system, that the U.S. Supreme Court, silent since Washington v. Blakely (2004), in California v. Marciano & Plata (2011) authorized the release of 40,000 mentally and physically disabled prisoners, the largest peacetime liberation of prisoners in American history.  To commute the Commissioner’s 6 month sentence to probation, it has been proposed that the malpractice insurers of the California bar and medical association post bond for the prisoners to be granted an estimated $3.3 billion in annual Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits with which to finance group homes, acquired for free from Sheriff’s auctions, on a per capita basis, under the paid supervision of nonprofit organizations and probation and parole officers.  The former President of the IMF might also benefit from the ball and chain of probation – the correctional supervision of his wife and mandatory restitution of his victim.  It would do the Monroe doctrine justice to arrest any European to usurp the IMF Presidency from the national of a responsibly developing nation, most democratically India or China. Congress has only to repeal Bush’s armed refuge in the wilderness at 16USC(1)(I)§1a-7b after (a)(3) to protect Americans from violent crime by illiterate fugitive xenophobic sado-masochist colonialists ultra vires Title 18 USC Chapters 113 A, B & C. 


New investigational animal drugs for the amelioration of the WNS and EHM epidemics HA-25-5-11


The Department of the Interior has bathed every waterfowl in the Gulf with Dawn, now it is time for the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to disinfect every bat cave with Lamisil AT.  Funds allocated to Department of the Interior for Gulf cleanup, that are now unecessary, can be transferred to the adoption of an antifungal regime for the treatment of WNS hibernating bats and other worthy projects.  In May 2011 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service released a National Plan for Assisting States, Federal Agencies, and Tribes in Managing White-Nose Syndrome (WNS) in Bats caused by the fungus Geomycetes destructans that has taken the lives of over a million hibernating bats in affected caves Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, and the Canadian provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Quebec since it was first detected in caves near Albany, New York in the winter of 2006-2007. An outbreak of potentially fatal equine herpesvirus myeloencephalophy (EHM) caused by equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) began at a horse show in Ogden, Utah, April 29-May 8, with at least 41 suspected cases, 21 confirmed cases and 7 deaths, across 18 states. New animal drugs for investigational use for the treatment of animal epidemics of known etiology are (1) Lamasil AT (micanozole nitrate), or safer and more effective antifungal spray, to sterilize bat caves in danger of WNS and/or bat weight specific doses of oral Ketoconazole (Nizoral) 200 mg tablets, around 1/100 of 1 mg a day for two week to a year (2) Valacyclovir (Valtrex) 30-40 mg/kg twice to three times daily for 7 days to treat EHM.


Flood and Tornado Insurance from the Deepwater Horizon Overpayment HA-16-5-11


Flooding, caused by snowmelt and rain from the severe storms that spawned a record number of tornadoes in April, has occurred mostly in the lower Mississippi River in Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana and also to a lesser extent in the northern Missouri River in North and South Dakota.  Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated. The state has ordered evacuations throughout the region that is being flooded from the opening of the Morganza Spillway.  25,000 have been evacuated in the Atchafalaya River Basin alone.  Some towns in the flooded Atchafalaya River Basin, like Melville appear to have levees, banks built up to stop flood waters, but other settlements like Butte La Rose, do not have levees, leaving them completely unprotected from rising waters, expected to be 15 feet deep.  Near its height, the Mississippi town of Vicksburg is expecting a forecasted 57.5-foot (17.5-meter) flood crest on May 19, topping the 56.2-foot historic crest set 84 years ago this month.  The Great Mississippi and Missouri Rivers Flood of 1993 caused $15 billion in damage to homes, businesses and crops.  The actual spot where the 2,541-mile Missouri River flows into the 2,320-mile Mississippi River is 10 miles to the north of St. Louis at Confluence Point State Park.  The 2011 floods have occurred on the northern Missouri River in North and South Dakota, but they subside in Missouri, and the Mississippi does not swell until it converges with the Appalachian snowmelt flooding the Ohio River, that jeopardizes the Lower Mississippi as we speak.  It seems wise for the federal government to defray their costs from the Deepwater Horizon Settlement that rose from $20 billion to $40 billion, now that Gulf seafood has been declared safe to eat.   


A Treaty of Freedom with the Rogue River Tribes: Table Rocks Wilderness Camping Powwow Petition HA-12-5-11


To (1) post “$5 a night wilderness camping, Native Americans and indigents camp free, camping and campfires in designated areas only, no firearms”, (2) use the revenues to subsidize RVTD Route 60 to White City to go the extra 6 miles to Table Rocks for $2 twice a weekday, and (3) Promote White City S.W.A.T. obstacle course instruction and competition for the public for a $5 fee.  The Table Rocks are remnants of lava flows that filled the canyons over 7 million years ago and rise dramatically 800 feet above the Rogue River Valley. 155 years have passed since the Takelma surrendered on July 8, 1956 and agreed to be moved from the Table Rock Reservation to reservations on the coast in abrogation of the Treaty of Peace concluded on September 8, 1853, Treaty for Sale of Land on September 10, 1853 as well as the land sharing agreement on November 11, 1854.  The Table Rocks are now owned and collaboratively managed by the Nature Conservancy and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), which has designated its holdings as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern.  The wildflower dwarf woolly meadowfoam (Limnanthes floccosa ssp. Pumila) grows on the top of Upper and Lower Table Rock and nowhere else on Earth.  A federally listed species of fairy shrimp has also been discovered inhabiting the vernal pools.  The slopes below the rocks support Oregon white oak, madrone, ponderosa pine woodlands and Rogue Valley chaparral.  Oak woodlands and chaparral provide the blue-gray gnatcatcher's northernmost known nesting site.  Spring wildflowers begin to bloom in February and reach their peak during April and May. The Federal Government has compensated the descendants of the Takelma Indians - the Confederated Tribes of Siletz.  The State of Oregon recognizes Siletz City.  It remains to be seen if the descendants of the Rogue Valley volunteers are ready to be forgiven.  To make the terms of this treaty absolutely clear the Confederated Tribes of Siletz, with the permission of the Jackson County Sherriff, shall be granted no less than the entire wilderness camping revenues levied on those nights they host a weekend powwow on the Table Rocks. 


Doxycycline 100 mg adults only Monograph HA-8-5-11


Sidebar 1: Contents: Doxycycline Hydrochloride. Front: Doxycycline 100 mg adults only; 10 Once a Day Broad Spectrum Tetracycline Class Antibiotics; Effective as powder against Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) with topical Acne vulgaris cream. Back: Take no more than twice a day for bacterial infections:   pneumonia, meningitis, endocarditis, syphilis, chlamydia, anthrax, plague, acne, Rickessetsial.  Side effects: for antibiotic associated colitis C. difficile and candidiasis C. albicans take Flagyl ER; tetracyclines cause permanent yellowing of developing child teeth.  Broad spectrum antibiotics are the best medicine of the 20th century.  The only inventions that increased longevity longer than antibiotics are clean water and sanitation. This might change if the effectiveness of antibiotics for the treatment of endocarditis, in conjunction with a vegan diet and daily cardiovascular exercise, was properly understood.  The discoveries of the sulphonamide (1939), penicillin (1945) and streptomycin (1952) classes of antibiotics won the Nobel Prize for Medicine. The edict of Frederic II of 1240 separated the pharmacy and medicine professions however American colonists blended Native American Indian and European medicine and practiced “self-medication”. The purpose of these monographs is for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Division on Drug Information at to permit the Over-the-counter sale of life saving, nosocomial infection curing, antibiotics under 21CFR§330.10.  Generic antibiotics and much more, can be imported in personal quantities without prescription from the online pharmacy        


Tornado Relief HA-5-5-11


The United States encountered an estimated 875 tornadoes in April 2011, the most in any month in history. Normally, the average number of tornadoes in April is 161.  May is usually the most active month.  The average annual number of tornadoes is 1,274.  Most of this increase is due to two unusually large outbreaks.  The first tornado storm was from April 14-16 when 320 tornadoes swept across Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama and North Carolina claiming an estimated 45 lives.  In the second storm from April 25-28 another 305 tornadoes swept through Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia claiming 318 lives, mostly in Alabama, 309 April 27-28, the fifth deadliest day of tornadoes since records began being compiled in 1680.  Normally tornadoes cause an average of 70 fatalities and 1,500 injuries in the U.S. each year.  The Tuscaloosa-Birmingham tornado during the April 2011 event caused at least 65 fatalities. This tornado had a maximum width of 1.5 miles and a track 80 miles long.  Records indicate tornadoes are more numerous and destructive between the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains than in any other part of the world.  The devastation wreaked by the April 2011 tornadoes compels NOAA National Weather Service Prediction Monthly and Annual U.S. Tornado Summaries to begin to account for the injuries and property damage, as well as death, caused by more tornadoes than anywhere else in the world.  The April 2011 page does not even account for the damage caused by the April 14-16 outbreak. Reconstruction estimates of individual counties range from $3.5 million to $57 million and there may be a hundred counties affected.  It would be safe to estimate a one billion dollar private insurance settlement and another one billion dollar public settlement.  This of course includes unemployment, survivor, disability and Medicare benefits, as well as FEMA assistance. 


Book 1 Military Diplomacy (MD)


To transfer Chapter One Navy Hospitals, Naval Home, Army and other Naval Hospital, and Hospital Relief for Seamen and Others §1-40 to Chapter 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home §400-435 and write a whole new Chapter on military democracy.  This Chapter shall change the name of the Department of Defense (DoD) to the Military Department (MD).  The US Military employs an estimated 2.8 million US citizens including 600,000 civilian employees.  In FY 2011 military spending rose to $723 billion one half of global military spending and will decline to $654 billion in FY 2012 after the war supplemental is terminated. Under the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) the US, who has an estimated 10,000 warheads, must reduce their arsenal to no more than 1,700 to 2,200 nuclear warheads by 2012.  Elimination of various Cold War weapons systems can save $50 billion from maintenance, redeployment from Iraq and Afghanistan can save another $50 billion.  For a balanced federal budget the military spending limit for the next decade is $400  - $500 billion annually. Since its foundation the US military has suffered nearly 1.3 million casualties in 13 wars.  There are reported to be 26.4 million US veterans.  To military must carefully prohibit the use of force, thermal oceanic dumping, biological experimentation and damaging environmental modification programs; carbon emissions must be capped.  Military spending must be limited to not more than $400 billion annually.  Surplus military bases shall be legitimately sold to the most peaceful bidder and surplus funds returned to the Treasury.  To earn lower cost humanitarian status for US missions the US shall veto UN Chapter VII missions and instead promote humanitarian missions that pay payroll taxes and corporate profits, less social insurance and deductibles, to the general treasury of any developing democratic nation they occupy.  The US must purchase rights to African Command, Iraq Reconstruction Fund, US/Afghan Peace Treaty and Balanced Federal Budget from the Author; as well as elect a new, civilian Secretary for the Department.  Democratic peace theory holds that liberal democracies tend to be more peaceful than authoritarian or totalitarian states because they don’t make war upon other democratic nations or torture their own people…51