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16 percent December Devaluation of the US Dollar HA-28-11-20

 

The Treasury reports that the United States held $141.3 billion in foreign currency reserve November 6, 2020 compared with $139.7 billion the previous week. Subtracting the $141.3 billion in foreign currency reserves from the $3.5 trillion devaluation yields a $3.36 trillion devaluation, 15.87 percent of the $21.16 trillion third quarter GDP estimate. For the sake of effortlessly paying back the Loans to States for Unemployment Compensation and to the United States Postal Service, it seems safe to increase the initial $3.5 trillion devaluation request by $275 billion to $3,775 billion, for a nice, round 16% devaluation of the US dollar by the United States Treasury to pay for economic stimulus in December 2020 pursuant to the Marshall Lerner Condition under 19USC§4421 and 22USC§5301 et seq. by Sec. 1 of the Hydrocortisone, Eucalyptus, Lavender or Peppermint (HELP) Act of 2020.  A 16 percent devaluation of the US dollar would yield a US $96.1 trillion Gross World Product (GWP), 12.1 percent more than the US $85.7 trillion GWP estimated by the Bretton Woods Institutions pursuant to the 2020 Revised estimates: effect of changes in rates of exchange and inflation Report of the Secretary-General A/74/585 of 11 Dec. 2019 and Art. 36 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice.  Buy American hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender or peppermint (HELP) to treat coronavirus and allergic rhinitis under 24USC§19 and §225h.

 

Fairy Ponds Campground et al v. Vicki Christiansen Chief, Forest Service HA-20-28-11-20

 

Fairy Ponds Campground. Maximum occupancy >100. +/-10,000 homeless from the Almeda Fire. Plenty of parking. Less than a quarter mile from the swimming hole bathroom and trash cans, on the two mile trail to the Shakespeare Festival in downtown Ashland, 26 mile Forest Road FR 2060, 13 mile trail to Mt. Ashland and 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail under 36CFR§293.8, 16USC§1246(h)(1) and 42USC§5174 (c)(1)(A)(i). The City of Ashland might also agree to temporarily allow persons to car camp in the caddy-corner silt dump whereas no one shall be denied relocation assistance by the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 under 42USC§5181. The camps surrounding the silt dump and astronomy camp on top of the cliff call for observation by the Mayor that no special use permit is required for camping under 36CFR§251.50.

 

Public Utilities Commission et al v. Ellen Rosenblum, Oregon Attorney General HA-14-11-20

 

Opening brief summary to help the Attorney General identify the constitutional challenges to statute for the vote of the Justices of the High Court pursuant to Rule 5.12 of the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure (ORAP) and Art. I Sec. 9 of the Oregon Constitution: (1) repeal ORS133.726 (Interception of Oral Communications without Order), (2) amend ORS 133.737 (Disclosure and use of intercepted communications) to 'Non-disclosure and non-use of intercepted communications' and 'Any' to 'No' in paragraphs 1-3. (3) repeal ORS164.345, ORS164.354 and ORS164.365 (Criminal Mischief), (4) require all law enforcement officers possess a Bachelor degree, (5) ensure police departments and other state payrolls pay the 12.4% OASDI tax to afford the many Oregon law enforcement officers unemployed by the previous substantive decision, the federal disability benefits 'as if they had contributed their entire (criminal) career' they need to get the Bachelor degree it takes to avoid commanding officer non-judicial punishment, and any other state disability-retirement beneficiaries who may have been shorted under 24USC§419(a)(4) and (6) try to prescribe hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender or peppermint (HELP) to treat coronavirus and allergic rhinitis pursuant to the historical Tubercular Hospital at Fort Bayard under 24USC§19 and Rule 51 of the Oregon Rules of Civil Procedure (ORCP).

 

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