Hospitals & Asylums
By Anthony J. Sanders
It has taken both October and November to overcome my addiction to senile Microsoft products. Since Windows 8 Microsoft Operating Systems became vulnerable to the deletion of restore points so that Windows computer life expectancy had declined to about 3 months and memory was reduced to just a few to zero files the day the new computer arrived from Amazon. Apple computers are three to four times more expensive the cheapest Windows computer but Mac Operating System (OS) are resistant to the computer immunodeficiency virus decimating memory of DOS. Microsoft Office (MO) is however traditionally the only word processing program that publishes both .doc and .htm or .html files. MO for Mac could be downloaded in 2011 or 2016. The 2016 version had to be continuously logged back into the internet and didn't function at all in the field. The 2011 version had severe senility issues and all work had to be done twice because the rainbow would freeze up if any editing was done before pasting what had been copied to the clipboard. I have two current subscriptions to Microsoft Office and am thinking of asking to reimburse a class action, but due to the popular demand for a Palestine Supreme Court brief I don't have the time to write either, I would prefer to set every author's Mac computer free with Libre Office. Libre Office for Mac is sometimes clumsy but seems completely functional without any of the senility exhibited by computers dependent upon Microsoft software. This is a test of Libre Office's Internet publish ability. There are not enough days in the month of November to complete a new work on agriculture to supplement Book 8 Drug Regulation to reduce rural occupational deaths and unjustified institutionalization so the people might free themselves from the expenses of the cities and maybe find it in themselves to participate in democracy as people haven't since the United States had 66% voter participation after the Civil War and before 1900 when President McKinley was assassinated and the Homestead Act was terminated. By New Year I hope to update the tables for an 11th draft of Book 3 Health and Welfare, so that the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax rate calculus will not be broken by deprivation of relief benefits calendar years 2016-2020 so that Congress could agree to pay for the Without Income Limit Law (WILL) to balance the federal budget in good faith.
Social Security Amendment of 2016
Free DIRT (Disability Insurance Reallocation Tax) Emergency Depletion Act
To amend the DI tax rate from 1.80% to 2.40% in 2016, 2.30% in 2017 and 2.20% in 2018; from 0.90% to 1.20% in 2016, 1.15% in 2017 and 1.10% in 2018 for employees and from 0.90% to 1.20% in 2016, 1.15% in 2017 and 1.10% in 2018 for employers under Sec. 201(b)(1)(S) of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)II§401.
To amend the OASI tax rate from 10.60% to 10.0% in 2016, 10.10% in 2017, and 10.20% in 2018; from 5.30% to 5.00% in 2016, to 5.05% in 2017, to 5.10% in 2018 for employees under 26USC(C)(21)(A)§3101 (a) and from 5.30% to 5.00% in 2016, 5.05% in 2017, and 5.10% in 2018 for employers under 26USC(C)(21)(A)§3111 (a) to avoid depletion of the Disability Insurance (DI) Trust Fund in 2016 without increasing the overall 12.4% OASDI or 15.3% OASDI and Hospital Insurance (HI) Federal Insurance Contribution Act tax-rate under 26USC(A)(2)§1401.
Be it enacted by the Actuary, Congress and Treasury (ACT)
Without Income Limit Law (WILL) Act
To abolish the maximum taxable limit on DI contributions on January 1, 2016 and OASI contributions January 1, 2017 and repeal Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base Section 230 of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)§430.
To require the Social Security Administration to pay for SSI Costs beginning January 1, 2017.
To share profits in excess of social security program costs to the general fund of the U.S Treasury on a sliding scale beginning year end 2016 DI 50/50 with the USPS, and OASI 10/90 to eliminate the federal budget deficit. In 2020 OASI would share at negotiated rates an estimated 25/75, by 2025 OASDI would share 50/50 and by 2030 OASDI would save to pay for the peak in costs of Baby Boomer generation in 2035 that might raise the overall OASDI tax rate from 12.4%.
Be it enacted by the House and Senate assembled
Art. 2(2) Balanceable Budget Act
To reduce the historical deficit and debt by abolishing the fictitious Other Defense – Civil Programs and Allowances rows from OMB Table 4.1 Outlays by Agency.
To coordinate with the Defense Department baseline budget since 2013 so that it would be as if the high gross federal debt estimates never exceeded 100% of GDP.
Be it enacted by the White House Office of Management and Budget (WHOMB)
Voluntary 1% UN Tax Act
To provide employees and employers the opportunity to contribute, or not contribute, 1% of their pay, to the United Nations, by means of Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA), and this opportunity is extended equally to all social security beneficiaries.
Be it enacted in the House and Senate assembled, referred to the United Nations Assembly (UNA)
Voluntary 2.4% Menopause as Disability (MAD) Contribution for Title I Beneficiaries
To sell public school teachers, currently insured only against retirement and health in old age under Title I of the Social Security Act, on an individual basis, Title II disability insurance insurance pre-approved for menopause as diagnosis (mad), as an alternative to mad, at the emergency rate of 2.4% DI due to the tardiness this FY 2016, if not outright truancy, of the Actuary to keep up with the actual 2.3% rate of disability, whereas the 1.8% rate of DI taxation since 2000, is predicted to completely deplete the DI Trust Fund without any new contributions sometime this 2016.
Be it enacted by Actuary, Commissioner and Trustees (ACT)
$700 after 42 months $600-$699 (Revelation 13:10) Act
To ensure beneficiaries do no have to suffer $600-$699 for more than 42 months when their benefits are automatically increased to $700.
To ensure beneficiaries are awarded back pay from adverse overpayment decisions noted by the Social Security Caucus of 2011 under Section 204(c) of the Social Security Act as codified at 42USC404(c) without any college honors due Astrue v. Ratliff (2010).
To limit the legitimate scientific and medical use of monoclonal antibodies to cancer drug manufacturing the FDA fast track as a matter of enhanced control of dangerous biologic products and toxins under 42USC(6A)§262a
To abolish the Office of National Drug Control Policy and destroy amphetamine stockpiles including dimethoxymethylamphetamine (DOM) cause of a 3 day panic attack and 6 month recovery from severe mental illness if unwashed.
Be it enacted by the Actuary, Commissioner and Trustees
Three Years Without COLA Reenactment
Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) peg to the CPI, or even the Elderly CPI, has too badly abused the General Fund with SSI $674 (2009-2011) for three years without COLA, that henceforth no one shall have to suffer the cruel and unusual punishment or treatment of $600-$699 for more than 42 months (Revelation 13:10) when benefits automatically increase to $700, from whence all beneficiaries and government workers would enjoy 3% annual growth in wages to benefit from the privilege of Say’s law that aggregate demand equals aggregate supply.
Computation of Benefits to the Social Security Act at Section 215(i) as codified at 42USC(7)§415(i) must be amended. Customs removed the bioterrorism from the Homeland Security Act of 2002 by means of Court of Competent Jurisdiction. SSA must do their legislative drafting and stop misleading the people to certain monoclonal gammopathy of unspecified significance (MGUS) ultra vires the enactment clause 1USC§101. The Actuary cannot justify his inability to perform the OASDI tax rate calculation even under the current “law” he refuses to cite. Deprivation of COLA constitutes deprivation of relief benefits against all beneficiaries, not just the disabled beneficiaries the Actuary’s incompetence targets with trust fund depletion and benefit reduction under 18USC§246. The Actuary seems to be badly deluded regarding ‘excluding transfers between such trust funds’ that actually means to an accountant, that as long the combined OASDI Trust Fund has a trust fund ratio better than 20.0, the Actuary’s inability to perform the infamous “pain in the OASDI tax rate calculation” cannot be used to justify depriving all beneficiaries of their COLA or the disabled part of their income under Section 215(i)(1)(F) of the Social Security Act that becomes amended to that Section becomes (1)(A). The CPI linkage is not skillfully written and the meaningless labor statistic has been basically hacked to ostensibly justify the cruel and unusual punishment or treatment of the Social Security Commissioner since getting the antibiotics prescription for infectious endocarditis dragged on from 2009-2011. The amended text, in its entirety to the end of Section 215(i) as codified at 42USC(7)§415(i) as it pertain to the Computation of Benefits, states;
(i) Cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) increases in benefits (1) for the purposes of this section (A) the term "OASDI fund ratio", with respect to any calendar year, means the ratio of - (i) the combined balance in the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund and the Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund as of the beginning of such year, including the taxes transferred under section 401(a) of this title on the first day of such year and reduced by the outstanding amount of any loan (including interest thereon) theretofore made to either such Fund from the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund under section 401(l) of this title, to (ii) the total amount which (as estimated by the Commissioner of Social Security) will be paid from the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund and the Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund during such calendar year for all purposes authorized by section 401 of this title (other than payments of interest on, or repayments of, loans from the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund under section 401(l) of this title), but excluding any transfer payments between such trust funds and reducing the amount of any transfers to the Railroad Retirement Account by the amount of any transfers into either such trust fund from that Account; in any calendar year for which the OASDI fund ratio is more than 20.0 percent. (B) provided there is a combined trust fund ratio greater than 20.0 percent (i) If the Consumer Price Index for the Elderly exceeds for the previous year exceeds 3% retirees shall receive a percentage increase equal to the CPI for the Elderly, for the previous year, or (ii) if the Consumer Price Index for the previous year exceeds 3% the disabled shall receive a percentage increase equal to the CPI for the previous year. (C) If the Commissioner of Social Security determines that a calendar year is also a cost-of-living computation year, the Commissioner shall publish a determination that a benefit increase is resultantly required and the percentage thereof. (D) In all normal years since the 1980s the COLA shall be 3%.
Be it enacted in the House and Senate Assembled
Book 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH)
To transfer Chapter 1 Navy Hospitals, Army and Navy Hospitals, and Hospital Relief for Seamen and Other §1-40 to Chapter 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home §400-435. The Armed Forces Retirement Home (AFRH) houses approximately 1,600 veterans at the U.S. Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home (USSAH in Washington D.C. and the U.S. Naval Home (USNH) in Gulfport, Mississippi. At an average age of 76, the largest percentage of residents, 80% are WWII veterans, 30% in Korea and 10% in Vietnam. The average length of stay is 10.6 years. The Naval Home was established in the Naval Hospitals Act of Feb. 26, 1811 by Paul Hamilton of South Carolina, secretary of the Navy, under President James Madison. The charter was to provide a permanent asylum for old and disabled naval officers, seamen and Marines. The Naval Home was however not officially opened until 1834 after James Fillebrown, Secretary of Commissioners of Navy Hospitals appealed his embezzlement conviction to the Supreme Court in 1833, it was known as the Naval Asylum until the name was changed to the Naval Home in 1880. The Soldier’s Home was established in 1851, as an asylum for old and disabled veterans. It was at the Soldier’s Home that President Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation. The Soldiers’ Home began admitting airmen in 1917 and officially changed its name to Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home in 1972. The Naval Home was initially funded by contributions from the active force. This contribution was augmented by all fines imposed upon persons of the Navy and was the principal source of monies for the Naval Hospital Fund/Pension Fund. The Pension Fund also received all money accruing from the sale of prizes of war. For nearly 100 years these monies funded the Naval Home. In 1934, the Pension Fund was abolished by Congress and the proceeds were deposited into the U.S. Treasury. From 1935 until 1991, the Naval Home was funded by Navy appropriations. Today, it is funded by monthly withholding from active duty troops, fines and forfeitures, interest off the Trust Fund and resident fees, to reduce the deficit and debt by abolishing the Other Defense – Civil Programs and Allowances rows from OMB Table 4.1 Outlays by Agency, to coordinate with the Defense Department baseline budget since 2014 so that it would be as if the high gross federal debt estimates never exceeded 100% of GDP; Quiz