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Hiking Oregon Loop Extinguished HA-25-7-19

 

A Warm Springs Trail Committee sponsored by representatives from Crater Lake National Park, Deschutes, and Willamette National Forests and people living two families to a trailer on trail-less Reservations, is certain to suppress the flagrant vandalism, highway robbery and arson of the Willamette and Rogue River Siskiyou National Forests, rivaling the High Sierras.  Umpqua National Forest is belatedly cited on August 4 for their messy prescribed burns at Broken Arrow Campground at Diamond after the now 14,000 acre Canyonville Fire grew to over a thousand acres the day after the initial submission of this report.  Umpqua National Forest is cited to stop wasting time attempting to burn logs and thoroughly destroy slash. Umpqua National Forest is charged with cleaning up the sticks piled at Broken Arrow Campground, and any other messy job sites, despite how busy they must be with the Canyonville Fire.  Air quality in the Rogue Valley immediately became severely polluted but now, with the help of favorable wind, the fire is nearly 50% contained, and air quality ranges from clear to slightly smoky. Prescribed burns in Castle Crags State Park in California are also cited for attempting to burn logs and leaving small sticks.  Burning logs is a waste of time and permanently scars the forest, drying out the logs while leaving and even piling flammable sticks, twigs and branches, to dry out over fire season.  Logs may be cut into rounds for firewood and sitting or left to rot, logs are difficult to light, fire ladders that can ignite the canopy need to be destroyed in winter bonfires and chippers.  CalFire does a much better job preventing forest fires than Oregon.  The Interior Department shall resolve to restore the common law between Chapter 1 National Park Service of Title 16USC§1 (2013) et seq. wrongfully repealed incidental to the creation National Park Service and Related Organizations Title 54 US Code Pub. L. 113–287, §6(e), Dec. 19, 2014, 128 Stat. 3272, and repeal the Right to bear arms 16USC§1a-7b. Crater Lake National Park needs to repeal Jurisdiction by the United States; fugitives from justice under 16USC§124. The Trail Committee, formerly Timber Committee, shall ensure free camping and trails to the city for pedestrians on all Indian Reservations and public land, stop clearcutting and start selectively helicopter logging fresh snags to maintain trails and park-like conditions, prepared to quickly extinguish small fires and support wildfire fighters with tanks of water under the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act 25USC§5301, 24USC§423(b) and 54USC§302904 to achieve most, if not all, of the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. The Pacific Crest Trail Association (PCTA) is sued to edit the trail map campfire instructions by the burden of proving which side-trails have been destroyed by forest fires caused by their propaganda on how to vandalize fire-pits and campsites by scattering the ashes, apparently adopted by Willamette and Deschutes National Forests in a 2015 Memorandum of Understanding, under Art. 20 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976) and 16USC§1244(a)(2). In Rogue river Siskiyou National Forest, bordering Crater Lake National Park, several side-trails have been completely burned off or grown over – the McKie Camp Trail, Ranger Spring, Cat-Hill Trail – and may want to be removed from the map. In the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, in Northern Oregon, many trails are closed due to snags from the 2017 fire there, started by a teenager with fireworks. The PCTA needs to publicly update their campfire policy to insert the term “fire-pits” after established and before fire rings, and delete “, then scatter cool ashes” and may add after put out campfires completely, “extinguish with water or by burying in mineral soil” to which may be appended “, with roots and flammable debris removed”. Scattering cool ashes contaminates the sleeping area and often confuses the campfire beyond repair. To the fire-rings and fire-pans memorandum regarding campfires may be added something to the effect “Fire-pits dug in mineral soil, with roots and flammable debris removed, are buried by kicking the dirt pile over, to extinguish smoldering coals and ashes with mineral soil, leaving no trace. Fire-pits dug in mineral soil are to be located near water to “extinguish campfires with water or mineral soil”.

 

Message of the Public Trustee HA-17-6-19

 

The tax-loopholes, poverty traps, in-kind-support mechanisms (ISMs), home invasions, slash piles, budget cuts and accounting errors, disabling achievement of a profitable shoestring budget, federal budget surplus and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, must be abolished. Congress must authorize federal government officials 2.5% annual payroll growth, and finally exact the full 12.4% Old Age Survivor Disability Insurance (OASDI) Trust Funds payroll tax on the rich and state employees, on all their income. Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base in Sec. 230 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§430 is repealed and replaced with a Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Trust Fund', 'To create in the Treasury a Federal SSI Trust Fund to end child poverty by 2020 and all poverty by 2030.' For the record, Congress must also retroactively amend the effective DI tax rate to 2.1% (2018) in Sec. 201(b)(1)(T) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§401(b)(1)(T). To fulfill the SSI Trust Fund's mission of ending poverty the Commissioner of Social Security must interpret the Cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) in Sec. 215(i) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§415(i) right, to provide low-income beneficiaries with an automatic 3% Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA), while inflation continues to run between 2.5%-3% as it has since 1980. Even if the maximum benefit is not immediately sufficient to raise family income above the poverty line, benefits would not be subjected to attrition and theoretically beneficiaries would not be poor in the future. To sustain this automated, systematic, nationwide process to end poverty in the United States, Congress must amend the $7.25 an hour federal minimum wage since the Great Recession to $7.50 in 2019, $7.75 in 2020, $8.00 in 2021 and 3% more every year thereafter.' in one final sentence at 29USC§206(a)(1)(D). The Unemployment Compensation (UC) program must abolish travel restrictions and ratify three International Labour Organization (ILO) Conventions to insure contributor sick days, family vacations, childbirth and childcare, with three weeks annual Holidays with Pay Convention (Convention 132) of 1970, for new fathers and Workers with Family Responsibilities (Convention 156) of 1981, as extended without pay under the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 Pub.L. 103–3 and most of all fourteen weeks Maternity Protection (Convention 183) of 2000.

 

Book 5 Customs (CC)

 

To supplement Chapter 5 Columbia Institution for the Deaf §231-250 repealed. To amend Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) to Foreign Relations (FR-ee), To change Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to Customs Title 6 USC and CFR. To change Court of International Trade of the United States (COITUS) to Customs Court (CC). To repeal the IEEPA 50USC§1701-§1706 and return stolen assets. To delete 'Waiver of' from Sovereign Immunity 11USC§106 and the body of 43USC§390uu. To delete Iran from 22USC§2227. To append Paragraph 98 of Alleged violations of the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights (Islamic Republic of Iran v. United States of America) No. 175 3 October 2018 to 22USC§7201, repeal §7204. To reduce tariffs 0.1%-3% from 1.6% in 2016, by 9% for industrialized countries, to 1.46% average US tariff in 2019 pursuant to the Swiss Formula for Unilateral Tariff Reductions (2007). To get China to reduce 0.3% from 3.6% in 2016 to 3.59% in 2019. To appreciate the yuan from 6.6 to 3.3 per dollar to make China the largest economy, with $15,000 per capita GDP, against IMF currency stability policy, under 19USC§4421 and 22USC§5301 for elimination of agricultural tariffs. To abolish time for safeguards, prohibit trade war and upgrade annual tariff reduction algebra to calculus +/- 0.999 developing, 0.97 industrialized. To use high estimate of Customs outlays and revenues $67 billion outlays and $40 billion revenues FY 16, outlays increase 2.5% to $72 billion FY 19 and $73.8 billion FY 20. Abolish ICE and CIA. Repeal 28CFR§0.87. To recalculate State Department program levels from $56.0 billion FY 16, with 2.5% annual growth for all programs, 3% for P.L. 480, to $58.8 billion FY 19 and $59.1 billion FY 20 including $1 billion arrears for UNESCO and UNRWA in FY 19 under Art. 19 of the UN Charter. To produce the first annual UN budget System revenues are estimated $55.7 billion 2019 and $57.1 billion 2020, nations must pay their assessed share of half of the $5.4 billion regular budget, $2.7 billion in both 2018 and 2019, 5% growth to $2.8 billion in 2020 and 2.5% more every year thereafter, and the already annualized $6.7 billion peacekeeping budget July 2018- 2019 increases 3% to $6.9 billion July 2020 – 2021. To ensure non-repetition agency program level growth is estimated 2.5% government, customs and international development, 3% services, health, education and P.L. 480 from Fiscal Year 2016, before the illegal budget cuts, 3% annual defense growth from CR 18. To automate 3% annual increase in federal minimum wage and social security COLA, 3.3% food stamps, 4% child welfare and disability, 6% retirement from the previous year, while inflation runs 2.5%-3%. To pay $10 billion for Census 2020 driving Commerce Department spending from $10.6 billion FY 19 to $17.4 billion FY 20 and $10.4 billion FY 21 + 2.5% for Annual Statistical Abstract, annual US international trade, aid and military assistance statistics boycotted, racial statistics deHispanicable, non-hyperinflationary electronic Decennial Census 2030. To tax energy exports 1%-6%. To tax the rich and state employees the 12.4% OASDI tax on all their income. To solicit individual and corporate taxpayers 1-2% of income suggested UN donation. To sell regular price identification and travel documents under common Arts. 26-29 of the Conventions Relating to the Status of Refugees (1951) and Stateless Persons (1954) less than $10 with a free trial under the Eighth Amendment and Art. 1 Sec. 9 Cl. 1 of the US Constitution.

 

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