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To end poverty by 2020 HA-19-6-17

 

To tax the rich to end poverty by 2020 and end child poverty CY18 by repealing the Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base under Section 230 of the Social Security Act 42USC§430. To prioritize child poverty, before taxing the rich, with current revenues, Congress and Commissioner must immediately make insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) and orphan as qualifying disabilities for full SSI benefits $777 (CY19). The poor, children first, shall be paid with SSI when the contribution base is expanded to include incomes over the maximum taxable limit. By 2020 all 50 million poor people will receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Eliminating tax havens is a sustainable development goal. In the case regarding the maximum taxable limit, failure to pay legal child support obligations under 18USC§228(b) may be treated as attempt to evade or defeat tax under 26USC§7201.  To sustain the Disability Insurance (DI) trust fund a 2.2% DI 10.2% OASDI tax rate is needed for CY19 now that all the Baby Boomers have retired. The OASDI tax rate must protect the smaller trust fund from being depleted. Since 2000 the Actuary has not demonstrated the ability to do the required calculus, enabling the DI trust fund to be depleted, except for the temporary and illegible DI tax rate of 2.37% CY16-18 under the Bipartisan Budget Act. The recidivism to a 1.8% DI tax rate is overruled to protect the smaller trust fund from further abuse.  The FY 17 Defense budget total growth is anemic and the FY 18 “pre-decisional” levy for war on steroids, the compromise is to stabilize Defense spending at 2.5% annual growth from $580 billion FY16 to $595 billion FY 17 to $609 billion FY 18 so end-strength might grow at 0.9% annually from 2,882,000 FY 16 to 2,907,938 FY 17 to 2,934,109 FY 18 and enjoy the 1.6% basic pay raise FY17 and thereafter in peace. Total FY 17 spending reported by the three military departments - Air Force $168.9 billion, Army $148 billion and the Navy and Marine Corp $164.9 billion = $477.4 billion military spending - $583.3 billion in federal revenues FY17 = $106 billion, of $150 billion total, on-budget undistributed offsetting receipts that OMB uses to recover unspent funds at year end, 70.7% from the Defense. Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize, complied with the Nuclear-Non-Proliferation Treaty, reduced military spending FY2013-15 and most of all there were years of peacetime when there was not a single fatality in the 2.8 million volunteers.  For Congress to make law, without a split ticket, the only opportunity, besides the legal child support payments of the 'Labor Act', is for the informed voters of the United States to buy the FY 18 budget surplus and seventh Hospitals & Asylums (HA) stage of DR two party system political development, the White House OMB Director set afire, with a unanimous roll-call vote to tax the rich to end-poverty by 2020.   The ‘Labor Act’ provides (1) to begin to reverse the alarming increase in child poverty from 15.4% in 1996 to 22-33% in 2017 the federal minimum wage must automatically increase from $7.25 an hour 2009-2017 to '$7.50 in 2018 and 3% every year thereafter.' under 29USC§206(a)(1)(D). To replace Demonstration Projects with 'Maternity Protection' Section 305 of the Social Security Act 42USC§50 to provide 14 week paid maternity leave under Maternity Protection ILO Convention 183 (2000).  The primary finding is that to reduce the current fiscal year deficit and historical deficit and debt OMB must abolish the Allowances, Independent Agencies, Other Defense Civil Programs, Undistributed Offsetting Receipts off-budget rows because they are not agencies instrumental to calculating Outlays by Agency under 31USC§101. It is time for Human Services (HS) to graduate from the Public Health Department (PHD) to prevent true federal health spending from exceeding $1 trillions FY 18.  Total federal spending on Human Services programs is estimated to be $59 billion FY 16, $64 FY 17 and $69 billion FY 18 by CY 17.  HS costs are combined with SSI FY 17 and alone FY 18 in the Adjusted Agency columns to detail a $104 billion FY 18 on-budget surplus.

 

Government Outlays by Agency Ledger FY 16- FY18

(in billions)

 

FY 16

FY 17 Adjusted Agency

FY 17 CR 17

FY 18 CR 17

FY 18 Adjusted Agency

Legislative Branch

4.7

4.6

4.7

4.7

4.8

Judicial Branch

7.7

7.0

7.0

7.2

7.1

Department of Agriculture

154

151

149

137

156

Department of Commerce

9.2

9.75

9.2

7.8

7.8

Department of Defense – Military Programs

576

595

606

639

609

Department of Education

79.1

79.5

59

76

81.5

Department of Energy

27.4

30.2

28

28

31.0

Department of Homeland Security

51.8

40.6

44.1

41.6

41.6

Department of Housing and Urban Development

30.5

40.3

56.8

40.9

42.1

Department of Human Services (+ Social Security on-budget; SSI FY)

95

 

123.2

98.5

98.2

69.5

Department of the Interior

14

8.5

11.6

11.7

11.7

Department of Justice

28.0

28.3

27.7

27.7

17.4

Department of Labor

43.6

46.0

46.0

43.6 

44.6

Department of Public Health

1,110

922

1,127

1,113

945

Department of State

46.9

55.3

37.6

56.2

55.7

Department of Transportation

76.0

77.9

85.8

79.8

79.8

Department of Treasury

505.9

570

580

677

587

Department of Veterans Affairs

164

179

179

185

185

Corps of Engineers – Civil Works

6.7

3.6

4.6

4.9

3.7

Environmental Protection Agency

8.3

8.3

8.2

8.5

8.5

Executive Office of the President

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

General Services Administration

-0.719

0.262

0.249

0.231

0.231

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

19.2

19.5

19.3

19.1

20.0

National Science Foundation

6.9

7.5

7.5

6.7

6.7

Office of Personnel Management

93.9

50.9

93.9

96.1

52.1

Small Business Administration

-0.3

0.878

0.960

0.858

0.9

Undistributed Offsetting Receipts On-budget

-145.1

-150.2

-150.2

-140.6

-140.6

On-budget Outlays

3,013

2,909

3,142

3,271

2,931

On-budget Receipts

2,538

2,817

2,817

3,035

3,035

On-budget Surplus or Deficit

-475

-92

-325

-236

+104

Social Security Administration Off-budget Outlays

929

966

966

1,033

1,343

Off-budget Receipts

945

997

997

1,055

1,372

Off-budget surplus or deficit

+16

+31

+31

+22

+29

Total outlays

3,942

3,875

4,108

4,304

4,334

Total revenues

3,483

3,814

3,814

4,090

4,407

Total surplus or deficit

-459

-61

-294

-214

73

 

Source: OMB Table 1.1 and 4.1 Agency FY17; Agency Congressional Budget Requests FY 18; 2016 Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Federal OASI and DI Trust Funds June 22, 2016

 

Interior Department FY18: Ryan Zinke, Interior Secretary v. Donald Trump, President of the United States HA-10-6-17

 

Dear Mr. President, Ivanka: After taking the time to subtract Interior Department receipts from congressional budget authorization, for the first time after several years of publication, I have determined that the generosity of your $11.7 billion, once thought to produce a $1.6 billion budget cut, in fact produces $3.1 billion undistributed offsetting receipts FY 18 after paying every agency 2.5% growth from Continuing Resolution Act CR17 estimates. Except the climate change scientists whose $18 million bond to federal court regarding arson of special maritime and territorial jurisdiction under 18USC§81. Everyone right, everyone happy with their Memorandum of Understanding to complete “Trump Trail” while Donald J. Trump is President, coast to coast under the National Trail System Act of 1968 6USC§1246(h)(1). The President, like the Standing Rock riot police contractors before him, rumored to have travelled from Ohio, must be impeached for treason regarding their levy for war and conspiracy to kill, kidnap, maim or injure persons or damage property near Standing Rock Reservation under 18USC§956. Standing Rock Reservation area was reported to have the most reduced life-expectancy in the nation in 2017. Compensation under Art. 14 of the International Convention against Torture, Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Punishment or Treatment is due process. The violent and property crimes known to have occurred are water pollution, tipi toppling, pepper spray, rubber bullets, and water torture at 26 degrees Fahrenheit against a lawfully assembled civilian population. Many of those protestors too old, fat and disabled to get away when the riot police toppled a bridge, in one massacre, may have perished. The tribe must dispose of the effects of deceased under 24USC§420. Use of force and territorial aggression by security contractors hired by pipeline companies trespassing on tribal watersheds, protected by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission pipeline rerouting decision of September 2016, is in contravention to the jus cogens, universal norm of international law, the principle of non-use of force under Art. 2(4) of the United Nations Charter. The only condition imposed upon the Sioux tribe at Standing Rock Reservation by the receipt of this $100 million tribal compensation is that they make a good faith effort to perfect bona fide claims to Trump Trail, coast to coast, it runs through their Reservation near Battle Mountain Sanitarium Reserve 24USC§153.

 

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