Hospitals & Asylums 








September 2012


By Anthony J. Sanders


It is the beginning of FY2013 and a Presidential election year. Although there are a several independent candidates and a ban on GMO crops on the local ballot, the Democratic-Republican (DR) two party systems has dominated the federal election. Before the first Bush administration the Republicans could claim they had not led the country to war since the Civil War. Now the morals of the conservative movement, as represented by the Republican party, or other xenophobic right wing groups, such as those that recently fell out of favor in Europe, are not only frighteningly impolitic talkers, but cannot be trusted to keep the peace. Yet the Democratic administration continues to be riddled with Republican officials at the height of misconduct. Democrats clearly love their Republican stunt doubles, more than you or I. In his book Why Some Politicians are More Dangerous than Others James Gilligan, M.D., wrote - The overall differences in violent death rates (murder and suicide) under Republican and Democratic presidents is statistically significant. Republican presidencies, with the exception of Eisenhower, showed a net cumulative increase in suicide rate of 14.5 suicides per 100,000 population per year from 1900 to 2007. And the Democrats showed an almost exactly equal net decrease of 13.3 suicides per 100,000 per year during their years in office from 1913 to 2000. Similarly, the Republican administrations witnessed a net increase of 5.4 in the homicide rate and the Democrats a net decrease of 5. Thus the total net increase in rates of lethal violence under Republicans is 19.9 (the sum of 14.5 and 5.4), and the total net decrease under Democrats, 18.3 (the sum of 13.3 and 5). The statistical analysis in this book did not take into consideration the casualties of World War I and II under Democratic administration of Presidents Wilson and Roosevelt, nor do they explain the overall death rate, that was reported to have increased dramatically to more than the previous year in 2004 and to a lower life expectancy in 2008, the past two Presidential election years, before the statistics were doctored to reflect nothing unusual in the historical records.


When we compare the Red States with the Blue, we find that the Republican-dominated states had significantly higher rates of homicide (both legal and illegal) and suicide than the Democratic-majority states, both in 2000 and 2004. Republican (Red) and Democratic (Blue) states are studies of the contrasting practices, values, and attitudes concerning guns, militarism, torture, capital punishment, imprisonment, corporal punishment of children and other indices of violence, force and coercion. Republican leaning groups express more confidence in military strength. The incarceration rate is significantly higher in the Red than in the Blue states. In the year 2000, the average incarceration rate in the Red States was 712 per 100,000 as opposed to 487 in the Blue States. The incarceration rate is significantly higher in the Red than in the Blue states. In the year 2000, the average incarceration rate in the Red States was 712 per 100,000 as opposed to 487 in the Blue States. Our national imprisonment rate had been essentially constant throughout the first three-quarters of the twentieth century at roughly 100 (plus or minus 20) per 100,000 population. It was only in the mid-1970s that it began increasing steadily and rapidly year after year so that today it is over 700 per 100,000. During the late 1990s, all 19 of the other largest economically developed countries in the world (consisting of Western Europe, and other English-speaking democracies and Japan) had an average incarceration rate around 100 per 100,000 and a lethal violence rate of 12.7, as compared with the US rate of 17.3. The US murder rate at 6.9, was more than 6 times as high as the average rate of 1.1 in the other 19 countries. Only their suicide rates (11.5) were close to those of the US (10.4) and the US suicide rate itself had also been 11.5 as recently as 1991, before Clinton became President and much higher than that (13.3) in 1975. A violence prevention experiment San Francisco, to replace retributive justice with restorative justice by giving violent criminals an incentive and a method of becoming agents of violence prevention, and thus giving back to the community something of what they had taken from it, reduced prison violence to zero over a 12 month period. Organic certification has similarly been 100% effective at preventing farmer suicides.


Organic Crop Insurance Modification HA-9-9-12


The food and agriculture sector accounts for roughly one-fifth of the nation's economic activity - $3.2 trillion of the US $15.6 trillion Gross Domestic Product (GDP) 2012 and $15.79 trillion of the $78.95 trillion Gross World Product (GWP) 2011. The 1.9 percent of the US population who work full or part-time as farmers receive 0.7 percent of the GDP - $109 billion significantly less than half of the $275 billion administered by USDA at a cost of $148 billion to the FY 2012 budget. Off-farm work has played a key role in increased farm household income; which exceeded the national average by nearly $8,000 in 2002. Unfortunately, 91 percent of all soybeans, 85 percent of all corn, and 88 percent of all cotton in the United States are now grown from GMO seeds. Before Roundup Ready soybeans were on the market in 1998 the tolerance for Roundup was 3 ppm. By the time Roundup Ready soybeans showed up at the marketplace, they had concentrations up to 20 ppm. rBGH is in 90 percent of dairy products. Chemical farms are in production on about 930 million acres in the US and 3.8 billion acres globally while organic farming practices are in use on only approximately 4 million acres in the US and 30.4 million acres globally. Food quality must be improved under the Organic Food Production Act of 1990. First, Genetically Modified Organisms (GM) and recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone (rBGH) labeling must be required on food products that contain them. Second, crop insurance must be modified so that farms that have been certified organic pay 5 percent less and chemical farms pay 5 percent more in premiums. Third, organic farmers must be provided with access devices to receive payments under the Food Stamp Act of 1977. Fourth, certified organic tobacco producers and vendors of $1 a day products, must be allowed to be 100 percent tax exempt as compensation for the excessive tax. Fifth, the preventative use of artificial pesticides and fertilizers without a prescription must be halted. Environmental liability shall not exceed annual corporate profits. Organic training and certification shall be free and in three years your harvest, mental and physical health should be better than ever.


Book 5 Customs (CC)


To amend Chapter 5 Columbia Institution for the Deaf 231-250. The Millennium Development, MDGs for 1990-2015, cut in half the number of hungry people to 622 million people and percent of people in poverty to 22.75% by 2015 from 45.5% in 1990. In 2005 843 million people, 12.5% of the population, were hungry and over a billion lived on less than $1.25 a day, in 2009 after the economic crisis the number of hungry people rose to 18%, 1.2 billion people, and the number of people living on less than $1.25 a day rose from 21.5% in 2007 to 22.9% in 2009. The other goals, education, gender equality, and water and sanitation are on track and the spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic has been reversed. Official Development Assistance (ODA) growth must be sustained to achieve the intermediate target of 0.7% of GDP on the way to a 1% social security style payroll tax for international development. Voting at the Bretton Woods institutions must be reformed from contribution based to population based, a one person one vote system. To end dependency upon the U.S. dollar as the international reserve currency IMF Special Drawing Rights (SDR) shall be the international reserve currency. To improve global public health, diplomacy and reputation the U.S. shall change the name of Title 6 of the US Code and CFR from Domestic Security and Homeland Security to Customs, amend Title 22 Foreign Relations and Intercourse (a-FRaI-d) to Foreign Relations (FR-ee), change the name of the Court of International of the United States (COITUS) to Customs Court (CC). To terminate financing the Israeli/Egyptian US military finance race, to cease obstructing Palestinian statehood, to purchase a quota from an Afghan Opium Agency, to terminate all international offices of the DEA, to hold NATO and UN peacekeeping mission war profiteers accountable for their crimes, to terminate the UN Peacekeeping Mission in Haiti, to expel the prosecutors from the Hague, to pass the European Constitution, it is resolved to set down the Generals of the United Nations (GUN), elect a Secretary of the UN (SUN), abolish the Permanent Membership to the Security Council, change ECOSOC to Socio-Economic Administration, General Assembly to Assembly, Trusteeship to Human Rights Council and establish an International Tax Administration by ratifying the Constitution of the States of the United Nations (SUN)671


Customs Quiz (CC)


This tests aims to perfect the laws and Customs of the States of the United Nations (SUN).