Hospitals & Asylums
Summer Solstice Issue
Vol. 16 No. 2
Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016 HA-6-6-16
Summer Solstice Instructions
To end poverty by 2020
Title 1 Retroactively Free Disability Insurance Reallocation Tax and 3% Cost of Living Adjustment Act of January 1, 2016
Sec. 1. To fire the National Institute of Disability Independent Living and Research (NIDILR) under the Slavery Convention of 1926 for the written portion and Nuremberg Code of 1949 in regards to nonconsensual biological experimentation on stroke risk posed by 'lucid dream' substance and elect a harmless “class president of the disabled” to research a Disability and Independent Living (DIL) webpage in the Administration for Community Living (ACL) under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities of 2006 and save the Disability Insurance (DI) Trust Fund in 2016.
Sec. 2 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.
Sec. 3 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.
Sec. 4 To legislate a 3% annual COLA at Sec. 225(i) 42USC425(i) retroactive to January 1, 2016 under Sec. 204(c) 42USC§404(c) and a minimum wage of 'not less than 3% annual growth, rounded to the nearest nickel, from $7.50 an hour in 2016, to $7.75 in 2017, to $8.00 an hour in 2018 etc. under 29USC§206(a)(1).
Sec. 5 To amend Computation of Benefits Section 215(i) of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)§415(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 inflation has been around 3% and therefore the COLA shall be 3%.
Sec. 6 To protect Streamlining of procedures for enrollment through an Exchange and state medicaid, CHIP and health subsidy programs 42USC§18083 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and repeal the rest of Subchapter 4 Affordable Coverage Choices for All Americans Parts A & B 42USC§18071-18084 in order to abolish the refundable premium and cost-sharing reductions for the relief of the Treasury budget by profitable health insurance corporations from January 1, 2016.
Sec. 7 To legislate a 2.5% health annuity and lead ACA and other private health insurance corporations to credit customers with the difference between the new 2.5% health annuity rule of January 1, 2016 and the 20% ACA premium increase and cruelest and most unusual 50% Medicare part B inflation in premium price, ever, it seems best to amend the Amount of Premiums Section 1839 of Title XVII of the Social Security 42USC§1395r(a)(1) The monthly actuarial rate for enrollees age 65 and over shall be equal with all people who would otherwise be eligible for Medicare Part B because they are Old Age Survivor Disability Insurance (OASDI) beneficiaries. The premium is designed to afford one-third of the total of the benefits and administrative costs estimated to be payable per capita from the Federal Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Fund for services performed and related administrative costs incurred in such calendar year with respect to such enrollees and any credit due. (a) The inflation adjustment of the monthly premium of each individual enrolled is calculated at 2.5% annual inflation from the premium price of $104.90 in 2015 rounded to the nearest 5 cents, $107.50 January 2016 to December 2016, before it goes up to $110.20 in January 2017 and increases 2.5% every year thereafter (b) The SMI deductible was $147 in 2015 and will be $151 in 2016 and $154 in 2017, etc. The Drug benefit deductible was $320 in 2015, would be $330 in 2016, $340 in 2017, etc. In the Drug program the initial benefit limit and catastrophic threshold, rounded to the nearest dollar, of $2,960 and $4,700 in 2015 respectively, would be $3,034 and $4,818 in 2016, etc. (c) the 2.5% health annuity applies equally to all private health insurance programs, specifically ACA marketplace plans in regards to credit best settled in the sixth month of 2016.
Sec. 8 To amend Annual Reports Sec. 1161 of Title 11 of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)XI-B§1320c-10 so that the Commissioner of Social Security will sign a combined Federal OASDI Trust Fund and SSI Program Report and the Administrator of CMS would sign a combined Annual Report on the Federal Medicare, Medicaid and Affordable Care Act (ACA) due June 20th for perennial summer solstice issue beginning in 2016.
Sec. 9 The amend the term of Commissioner from 6 to 2 years under Sec. 702(a)(3) of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)VII§902(a)(3) and the pay from Level I executive, to maximum allowable disability and retirement.
Sec. 10 To legislate a new ‘United Nations Contribution: 1% to 2% of income suggested’ row on IRS form 1040.
Sec. 11 To abolish the Other Defense Civil Programs row, deducting the amount from that year's undistributed offsetting receipts before 2009, and the Allowances row, from White House Office of Management and Budget (WHOMB) historical outlays by agency table 4.1 to reduce the deficit and debt since 2009.
Title 2 Without Income Limit Law
Sec. 12 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.
Sec. 13 To require the Social Security Administration to pay for SSI Costs beginning January 1, 2017.
Sec. 14 To share profits in excess of social security program costs with the general fund of the U.S Treasury on a negotiable sliding scale beginning year end 2016 DI 50/50 with the USPS, and OASI in 2017 to eliminate the true federal budget deficit and maximize welfare payments. Even without any new sources of revenues, a 2.5% health annuity should graduate the White House Office of Management and Budget (WHOMB) with revisions of Treasury, Health, Human Services Department totals and Department of the Military name. Therefore there shall be a maximum allowable deficit (mad) of $100 billion to prioritize paying child poverty with one SSI monthly benefit in 2017 so as to at least end child poverty and reduce overall poverty by half by 2020. In 2020, if the federal budget is balanced, the nation will be able afford to guarantee everyone a poverty line income. OASDI will save to pay for the peak in costs of Baby Boomer generation in 2035 when the overall OASDI tax rate might be raised from 12.4%.
Maternity Leave Act
Sec. 15 'Maternity leave' amends Demonstration projects in Section 305 of the Social Security Act 42USC§505
(a) To expedite the reemployment of individuals who have established a benefit year to claim unemployment compensation under the State law the Secretary of Labor shall fulfill the 14 months of paid leave authorized for Maternity Leave by International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention No. 183 (2000).
(1) The Family and Medical Leave Act shall be repealed except in that workers' positions who have served their benefit year, shall continue to be entitled to up to twelve weeks of (unpaid) sick leave, 14 weeks of maternity leave and 24 weeks to care for an injured armed service-member.
(2) Employers shall provide at least 3 weeks of paid leave annually to uphold the Holiday with Pay ILO Convention No. 132 (1970).
(b) On production of a medical certificate, stating the presumed date of childbirth, a woman shall be entitled to a period of maternity leave of not less than 14 weeks. Cash benefits shall be provided at a level which ensures that the woman can maintain herself and her child in proper conditions of health and with a suitable standard of living.
(1) Where a woman does not meet the conditions to qualify for cash benefits under national laws and regulations or in any other manner consistent with national practice, she shall be entitled to adequate benefits out of social assistance funds, subject to the means test required for eligibility for such assistance, from the Supplemental Security Income Program for the Aged, Blind and Disabled under Sec. 1611 of Title XVI of the Social Security Act 42USC§1382.
(2) Medical benefits shall be provided for the woman and her child. Medical benefits shall include prenatal, childbirth and postnatal care, as well as hospitalization care when necessary.
Title 4 Torture Compensation and Slavery Convention Amendments
Sec. 16 Torture 18USC§2340A(a) amended so 'outside the United States' is removed so - Whoever commits or attempts to commit torture shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both, and if death results to any person from conduct prohibited by this subsection, shall be punished by death or imprisoned for any term of years or for life. Exclusive Remedies 18USC§2340B replaced with ‘The State shall ensure in its legal system that the victim of an act of torture obtains redress and has an enforceable right to fair and adequate compensation, including the means for as full rehabilitation as possible. In the event of the death of the victim as a result of an act of torture, his dependents shall be entitled to compensation under Art. 14 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of 26 June 1987’. To repeal the word 'enforcement' in federal education statute, offending the Slavery Convention of 1926 in at least two places yesterday (a) 'enforcement of Section 111' at 20USC§112 needs to be repealed like Prohibition under the 21st Amendment (1933) and, (b) the words 'enforcement of' must be removed from the caption of Part 1200 so that it states, Nondiscrimination on the basis of Handicap in programs or activities conducted by the National Council on Disability at the end of Education statute 34CFR§1200.170, and (c) General Definitions of the Office of Museum and Library Services at 20USC§9101(1) replaced with (1) No stalking in the library 18USC§2261A(2). 'Enforcement' also needs to be repealed from Child Support in Title IV-D of the Social Security Act 42USC§666 et seq. Passing these amendments the USA should be qualified to ratify the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006), the International Labor Organization Conventions Holiday with Pay Convention No. 132 (1970) and Maternity Leave Convention 183 (2000), will reduce poverty by half and eliminate child poverty in schools or completely end poverty by 2020. Blessed are the poor (Matthew 5:3).
2016 Annual Report to the Board of Trustees of the Federal Old Age Survivor Disability Insurance Trust Fund and Supplemental Security Program HA-6-6-16
The 2016 Annual Report to the Board of Trustees of the Federal Old Age Survivor Disability Insurance (OASDI) Trust Fund and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Program is the first annual summer solstice report of the Commissioner of the Social Security Administration (SSA) and Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on the federal social security income and health insurance programs as they relate to the federal budget surplus/deficit. Currently nearly 62 million people in the United States receive social security benefits. There are about 41 million retirement and survivor insurance beneficiaries and nearly 21 million disability beneficiaries - 14 million paid by the disability insurance (DI) trust fund and nearly 9 million by SSI. These numbers are higher than are normally reported, because previously no one added DI and SSI benefits to come up with a total number of disability beneficiaries. Previously OASDI and SSI were treated by two separate annual reports on inauspicious days, April 1st and May 20th respective of the Actuary and Commissioner. Medicare also made a solo appearance in an April Fool’s day report and Medicaid and public health and human services spending were unequally accounted for in the Health and Human Services (HHS) budget-in-brief. About 47 million OASDI beneficiaries pay a premium for Medicare Part B Supplemental Medical Insurance (SMI) and SSI beneficiaries are eligible for free Medicaid coverage. The 2015-16 50% Medicare Part B premium increase was held harmless but the 20% ACA premium was not and consumer credit is needed to redress the overpayment and establish the 2015 agreed rate + 2.5% health annuity from the 7th month of 2016. By passing the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016 the United States would balance the FY 2017 budget and increase SSI spending to afford the families of 16 million poor children one SSI benefit by summer solstice 2017 and end poverty by 2020. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) was successful at reducing the rate of uninsured adults from 22% in 2013 to 16% in 2014. However, the 15.9% increase in Medicaid enrollment was accompanied by a 15.3% decrease in full time employment in the health sector and overall spending growth for Medicaid must revised downward to 3% so as not to be too retroactive about reducing the price of hospital bills to private health insurance companies. The HHS budget-in-brief Medicare baseline was hacked to mock the price of a package of premium pre-rolled cigarettes times 100 billion and now the military is the only accurate federal spending account valued over $500 billion. ACA subsidies are distorting Treasury budget and must be repealed from January 1, 2016. Treasury spending growth that should be stabilized at 3% taking into consideration the average 3.4% rate of t-bond interest and 2.5% administrative wage growth. The ultimate assumption on inflation is that in all health spending a 2.5% health annuity shall be adopted beginning January 1, 2016 to ensure national health expenditures (NHE) of less than 10% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2025 with the new National Association of Insurance Commissioners and Center for Health Insurance Policy crunched private health insurance statistics that prove NHE never exceeded 15% of GDP. With a 2.5% health annuity from January 1, 2016 and SSA taking responsibility for SSI the true federal budget should turn a small surplus FY 2017 and continue to produce larger and larger surpluses to pay back the true federal debt or end poverty in the United States sooner than 2020.
Public Health Department HA-7-5-16
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) needs transform itself into a Public Health Department (PHD), as should have been done in the Department of Education Re-organization Act on May 4, 1980, 20USC(48)V§3508, to account for a trillion dollar limit on federal public health spending until national health expenditure is less than 10% of GDP by 2030 with a 2.5% health annuity retroactively beginning January 1, 2016. Credit is due Medicare Part B and ACA premium payers for any overpayment of the 2.5% inflation in price of premium from the previous year, to be sustainable. In 2014 private health insurance, including about 10 million Affordable Care Act (ACA) marketplace policies, enrollment increased from 147 million to 207 million. The number of uninsured adults is estimated to have declined from 22% in 2013 to 16% in 2014. High growth in human services FY 2017 must be accounted for separately with a 250% increase in supplemental security income (SSI) if the Commissioner of Social Security and Congress pass the Without Income Limit Law (LAW) and choose a 3% economic growth year instead of 2.4% in 2016. HHS Budget-in-brief FY 2016-17 totals are inaccurate in regards to the exact amount of agency spending and must be redone in the same style of receiving reports from the departments. The CMS Justification of Estimates for Appropriations Committees are useless. The 2014 Report of the Board of Trustees of the Federal Hospital Insurance and Supplemental Medical Insurance Trust Funds is more or less accurate, but requires a little subtraction to arrive at a fairly accurate corroboration of the total federal outlays in FY 2014. The 2015 report is tardy. It turns out the 2014 report cannot be held harmless for the most extortionate 50% Part B premium inflation 2015-16 ever, in a long history of cruel and unusual inflation, justified by high Ultimate Assumptions about inflation, that must be corrected for a stable 2.5% health annuity, the 2015 report is tardy - 2.5% spending growth estimates from FY 2014 for Medicare programs is fair baseline for HHS Medicare spending estimates. Medicaid estimates for 2014 are complicated by a 15.9% increase in enrollment and 15.3% reduction in beneficiaries settled by 0.5% + 2.5% health annuity = 3% growth 2014, 2.5% every year thereafter. Health, United States, 2015 broke the 17.4% of GDP deflator (2009-2013) while attempting to create a working account balance to capitalize upon a downward revision in Investment, that is justified on the basis of reinvestment of that year's health expenditures, and in Public health, that absurdly cites federal public health spending nearly exactly although being so fundamental to government public health is probably equally financed by both state and local governments. The national health expenditure totals are useless. By not deflating the 2013 private health insurance estimates, the Actuary is accounting for investment securities other than net health insurance premiums, and the 17.3% of GDP 2009-2013 and 17.5% of GDP 2014 deflator estimate is actually an inflator in regards to the private health insurance estimates. Suicide rates have increased nearly as much as fatal opiate overdose deaths since 1999. The FDA confesses to adulterating and extorting the 2015 pipe tobacco harvest and continues to owe a huge tobacco tax rebate from 2009. Psychiatry, the FBI, ATF, DEA and White House ONDCP, federal accountants and unwashed madmen are having so much trouble with, must be abolished. Medicare, the last federal outlay valued over $500 billion to be accurately accounted for, sold for the price of Phillip Morris cigarette x 100 billion the day the baseline was hacked in the HHS FY 2016 budget. Health United States 2016 estimates for Private Health Insurance spending need to be historically revised in accordance with Net Earned Premiums, and the non-add Administration and net costs of private health insurance estimates need to be downwardly revised according to Capital & Surplus row, the bottom line of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and Center for Insurance Policy Research (CIRP) 2014 Analysis of the Health Insurance.
Education Goals of 2020 HA-18-3-16
25% of the world population is enrolled in school. In 2004, about 1.3 billion students were enrolled in schools around the world. Of these students, 685 million were in elementary-level programs, 503 million were in secondary programs, and 132 million were in higher education programs. More than 70 million people attend school in the United States. In the United States there are about 98,000 elementary and secondary schools with nearly 50 million students in attendance. About 20 million students attend nearly 7,400 institutions of higher education who employed 3.9 million employees in fall 2011. More than 1.1 million college professors in the are paid anywhere from $50k to $158k per year, but median earnings come to around $89k per year. Public schools employ more than 3.1 million full-time teachers. The pupil per teacher ratio is 16.0. A steadily increasing percentage of children, 3.4%, 1.7 million children were homeschooled in 2012. The average teacher salary for a public school teacher in 2001 was $43.3k, starting at $30k. Although average wages may have increased, more than $1,040 individual voluntary disability insurance (DI) contributions could be collected at the current 1.8% or 2.4% menopause as disability (mad) tax rate from as many a 3.1 million public school teachers and their employers, who might also be interested in contributing to state unemployment compensation (UC) policies that pay for 14 weeks of maternity leave. The goal of the Without Income Limit (WILL) is to balance the federal budget, reduce poverty by half and eliminate child poverty in schools by 2020. The number of children raised in poverty continues to rise. From 2006 to 2011 the percentage of children living below the official poverty line increased from 18% to 22%, and when we include the “near poor”, the percentage has changed from 40% to 45% - almost half – of all children in the United States under the age of 18 and might benefit from a school food bank and other voluntary non-profit services. The statistics are even worse for younger children: 49% of children under 3 years of age and 48% of those between 3 and 5 years of age are currently living in poor or near poor households. Only 10% of children living with both parents were below the poverty line whereas 40% living with only one parent were below the poverty line. Children living only with their mothers were twice as likely to live in poverty as those living only with their fathers. The Personal Responsibility and World Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996 deprived families of 10 million relief benefits under 18USC§246. From 1990 to 2000 the high school completion rate declined in all but seven states. Housing instability and homelessness among children and youth continues to rise. Between 1.6 and 2.8 million youth are homeless in a given year, and over 50% were not attending school regularly. The McKinney-Vento Homeless assistance act of 1987 was amended in 2001 for Part B to provide education for homeless children and youth. Because of the nature of the federal budget and dangling debt negotiation it seems fair for OASDI to pay the United States General Fund a flat $100 billion maximum allowable deficit (mad) a year for the privilege of taxing the rich, until OMB is competent to accurately account for the current agency on-budget spending and administrate the letter of the WILL. $100 billion mad money is more than enough for the -$71 billion true deficit estimate. $100 billion mad would leave SSA with $207.7 billion in 2017, $226.4 billion in 2018 $244 billion in 2019, and $262 billion in 2020 with which to pay for SSI and save in the OASDI Trust funds, particularly to shore up the DI trust fund. In this mad scenario 90% of these surplus OASDI tax profits would be committed to SSI and there would not be incremental growth in spending but a trust fund for late filers to receive underpayment from the $187 billion allocated to the new SSI program in 2017, $204 billion in 2018, $220 billion in 2019 and $236 billion in 2020 underpayment Sec. 204(c) of the Social Security Act of 42USC§404(c) when the WILL goes into full 12.4% effect on the payroll taxes of all the income of the richest from January 1, 2017. At more than $11,100 per pupil education spending in the United State is higher than in any other country. The federal education department (ED) provides about 12% of nearly $1 trillion in annual education spending. Adding discretionary and mandatory spending brings total ED spending to $88.3 billion in 2015, $78.5 billion in 2016 and $79.5 billion in 2017. There is also another $50 billion or so in student loan repayments recirculated as student loans. OMB estimates education spending of $103.3 billion in 2015, $68.5 billion in 2016 and $73.7 billion in 2017. This is a difference of $15 billion in 2015, - $10 billion in 2016, and $5.8 billion in 2017, a margin of error of 17% in 2015, 12.7% in 2016 and 7.3% in 2017. Federal education spending growth needs to be stabilized at less than 3% a year, aiming for 2.5% like other agencies, and should never be negative. 1973 and 1974 seem to be the only years that positive ED spending growth was reported to be less than 3% by OMB historical tables. Real spending growth might be better than 1.3% between 2016 and 2017 to help pay the employer portion of teacher disability contributions and help schools provide poor children with free clothing and food bank with a total of $80 billion in discretionary and so-called mandatory federal spending in 2017 by which time mandatory spending fluctuations should be abolished and total ED spending should grow around 2.5% to $82 billion in 2018 and continue to grow to $84 billion in 2019 and $86 billion in 2020.
Book 1 Military Diplomacy (MD)
To supplement Chapter One Navy Hospitals, Naval Home, Army and other Naval Hospital, and Hospital Relief for Seamen and Others §1-40 for transfer to Chapter 10 Armed Forces Retirement Home §400-435. To salute the change of the name of the Department of Defense (DoD) to the Military Department (MD). The MD concludes Secretary of Defense Transfer Order No. 40 of July 22, 1949 in conjunction with the graduation of the Public Health Department (PHD) from the Department of Education Reorganization Act of 1978. To prohibit the use of force, hostile environmental modification and biological experimentation and be honorably discharged. The US Military employs around 2.1 million soldiers down from a wartime high of 2.8 million with 765,000 Full Time Equivalents (FTEs) and declining. Since its foundation the US military has suffered nearly 1.3 million casualties in 13 wars. There are more than 27 million US veterans. To reduce the US nuclear arsenal from 10,000 warheads, to no more than 1,700 to 2,200 nuclear warheads by 2012 and ultimately eliminate them. To abolish Other Defense Civil Programs, deducting the amount from that year's undistributed offsetting receipts before 2009, and Allowances rows from OMB historical outlays by agency table 4.1 to reduce the deficit and debt since 2009. To sell surplus military bases and assets to increase net revenues and reduce expenses. To rule Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) non-add for the benefit of both $500 billion sides of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) whereas liberal democracies tend to be more peaceful than authoritarian or totalitarian states and do not attack other democracies. To veto Chapter VII of the UN Charter and promote humanitarian missions that pay payroll and corporate taxes, less social insurance and deductibles, to any occupied developing nation. To fire the National Institute of Disability Independent Living and Research (NIDILR) under the Slavery Convention of 1926 for the written portion and Nuremberg Code of 1949 in regards to nonconsensual biological experimentation on stroke risk posed by 'lucid dream' substance. To elect a harmless “class president of the disabled” to publish a Disability and Independent Living (DIL) webpage in the Administration for Community Living (ACL) under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities of 2006 and save the Disability Insurance (DI) Trust Fund from depletion with the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016. To instruct the Social Security Administration by the summer solstice or confirm the HA disability beneficiary Commissioner for a two year term to harmonize the adjustment of the OASDI tax rate and tax the rich to end poverty by 2020 or reduce poverty by half and eliminate child poverty by 2020 if the federal budget cannot be balanced with a $100 billion maximum allowable deficit (mad) in FY 2017 under Art. 2(2) of the US Constitution. To pardon Rod Blagojevich and Chelsea Manning. Civilians are compensated for any injury, casualty or damage caused by State action. To surpass the Marine Corp Physical Fitness Test (PFT) 50-100 push-ups, 50-100 crunches and 3 mile run; Quiz
Book 3 Health and Welfare (HaW)
12th ed. 24 May 2016.To supplement Chapter 3 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. The Social Security Administration (SSA) pays an estimated 62 million beneficiaries – 41 million retirees and survivors, with Old Age Survivor Insurance (OASI) and 21 million disabled workers - 14 million with Disability Insurance (DI) and 9 million with Supplemental Security Income (SSI) with some overlap in 2015. The United States must get the OASDI tax rate right to save the DI trust fund from depletion and avoid deprivation of relief benefits under 18USC§246. To pay for a 3% COLA (Cost of Living Adjustment) with a Retroactively Free DIRT (Disability Insurance Reallocation Tax) and 3% COLA Act of January 1, 2016. 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§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§3101 (a) and from 5.30% to 5.00% in 2016, 5.05% in 2017, and 5.10% in 2018 for employers under 26USC§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§1401. To repeal Sec. 215 (i) of the Social Security Act 42USC§415 and legislate a 3% annual COLA. To cite ILO Conventions 132, 156 and 183 in a Maternity Leave Act in amendment of Sec. 305 of the Social Security Act 42USC§505. To replace welfare Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) with licensed social workers and non-social worker representatives under Sec. 206 of the Social Security Act 42USC§406. To limit the term of the Commissioner from 6 to 2 years, by amendment of Sec. 702 of the Social Security Act 42USC(7)VII§902(a)(3). To automatically increase monthly benefits to $700 after 42 months $600-$699 (Revelation 13:10) and redress wrongful overpayment decisions since the Defense of Social Security Caucus of 2011 with underpayment Sec. 204 of the Social Security Act 42USC§404. To require the Commissioner of SSA to account for OASDI, SSI and Human Services to end poverty by 2020 and require the Administrator of CMS to account for a 2.5% Medicare, Medicaid and ACA health annuity in summer solstice instructions (ssi) by amending Annual Reports Sec. 1161 of the Social Security Act 42USC§1320c-10. To amend the Amount of Premiums in Sec. 1839 of the Social Security 42USC§1395r for a 2.5% health annuity to lead ACA and other private health insurance corporations to credit customers with the difference with the 20% ACA and 50% Medicare part B premium price inflation 2015-16. To limit federal health spending to less than $1 trillion until national health expenditures are less than 10% of GDP. To repeal 'medical records and payments' from the Fair Credit Reporting Act 15USC§1681a(x)(1). To require the USDA to sustain 3% annual Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP) growth. To create a UN contribution row on the 1040 tax form with a suggested donation of 1-2% of income. To pass a Without Income Limit Law (WILL): To abolish the maximum taxable limit on DI contributions on January 1, 2016 and OASI contributions January 1, 2017 by repealing Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base Section 230 of the Social Security Act 42USC§430 to tax the rich and increase OASDI revenues by 130% and SSI spending by 250% to balance the federal budget in 2017 and end poverty by 2020.
Book 4 State Mental Institution Library Education (SMILE)
To amend Chapter 4 Saint Elizabeth’s Hospital §161-230 by transferring §321-329 from Chapter 9 Hospitalization of the Mentally Ill National Returned from Foreign Countries to Article 11 §200-208 of this Chapter, to respect US Customs as the occupants of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital. To abolish psychiatry, civil commitment, psychiatric drugs, and all psychiatric hospitals, other than forensic or veteran’s, and prescribe Amantadine (Symmetrel) for flu and psychiatric drug tics. 25% of the world population, about 1.3 billion students were enrolled in school, in 2004. There are more than 70 million students in the US. About 98,000 elementary and secondary schools have 50 million students in attendance and 3.3 million teachers starting at $30k and earning more than $44k on average. A steadily increasing percentage of children, 3.4%, 1.7 million children were homeschooled in 2012. About 20 million students attend nearly 7,400 institutions of higher education who employed 3.9 million employees, including more than 1.1 million college professors with median earnings around $89k per year. In total, $209 billion in federal aid were made available to education in fiscal year 2017. Adding discretionary and mandatory spending total ED on-budget spending to $88.3 billion in 2015, $78.5 billion in 2016 and $79.5 billion in 2017. ED on-budget spending should grow around 2.5% annually to $82 billion in 2018 and continue to grow to $84 billion in 2019 and $86 billion in 2020. Public school teachers should be enabled to contribute, on an individual and voluntary basis, the 2.4% menopause as disability (mad) tax rate, and legislate 14 weeks of Unemployment Compensation (UC) maternity leave. Despite $11,100 per pupil education spending in excess of $718 billion child poverty is higher in the United States than any other country, gradual growth is lagging in international rank. In 2016 24% of children under the age of 18, around 14 million, were growing up in poverty, the highest rate in any industrialized nation. Of 18-to-64-year olds 20.5 million, 11.1% were poor and of people 65 and older 3.6 million, 10.1% were poor in 2011 The overall poverty rate is said to be more than 15.4%. Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) beneficiaries declined from 14.2 million in 1993 to less than 5 million families today. The Education Goals of 2020 enables the WILL (Without Income Limit Law) beginning in 2017: To reduce poverty by half and eliminate child poverty in schools by 2020 while paying a $100 billion annual maximum allowable deficit (mad), the true federal budget deficit, without new revenues, is about -$71 billion in 2017 before it disappears. If the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016 balances the true federal budget - annual agency spending growth will be limited to 3 percent, a 3 percent annual Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) shall be legislated for all social security beneficiaries and minimum wage workers - the nation could afford to end poverty by 2020. School districts shall balance their budget, provide poor and nearly poor families of an estimated 24 million children with food banks, showers, free clothing, laundry and necessities operated by student volunteers. The US shall expand SSI from 1.8 million juveniles and 6.5 million adults in 2015 to pay the families of 14 million children and 30 million adults living below the poverty line in the United States by 2020. Welfare benefits shall not be reduced until able to sustain an income >150% of the poverty line.
Psychiatric Bonds HA-7-6-16
On the 7th I walked 26 miles to the top of the highest mountain and back to find my packing had been done by fire. The car-driving party animals of the night before, the 666th, the evening of publishing the 2016 Annual report, were detained by two police cars until the stars and a large animal on the parking lot trail came out, seem to have poured gasoline on a tree stump that burnt the tarp and surrounding wood debris until the neighboring helicopter loggers put it out with water and ditch. I cleaned up the inorganic debris in the morning. The books on foraging and death row pardon are fine, but all the winter camping gear was destroyed. The 2,000 page study commanding a doubling in timber production from Oregon and California lands seems more profitable and faster responding, than wildfire fighting subsidies, and there have not been reported to be any fatalities in the helicopter logging operation, as there were during last year’s fire season, nor have the Douglas firs stopped re-growing. The local authorities were referred to the industrial sabotage motive of these “fuel fools” incited by their ‘no polluting’ sign and the flagrante delicto regarding the definition and size of hearth regulations intended by the ‘no campfire’ sign. During “fire season”, these fuel polluters of every roadside campsite and walkway in the wet season, sometimes to sabotage public opinion of industrial contracts, sometimes as an accelerant for rat droppings to cause elderly people hip disease, light “campfires”. A soup kitchen client once died in a similar tent fire in the same national forest, the sleeping bag was melted on him. My daypack of food, the teddy bear I slept with after finding out what athletic climbers bears are after they eat a pound of flesh, has become even more enlightened to include the purchase of a thin blanket from Goodwill. I’m packed and ready to run cross-continent to Washington DC in 100 days to save FY 2017. However, there are more disabilities for electricity to compute than why the Board of Trustees hasn’t yet signed the 2016 Annual Report and passed the Social Security Amendment of January 1, 2016 for summer solstice 2016? The President hasn’t pardoned the Hammonds, 74 year old father and son, for their aboriginal brush clearing techniques to improve cattle foraging on public land, and threatening language, that was not reported to have cause any injury or property damage, insured or otherwise in the outback, to justify legislating a federal arson statute for general insurance purposes and any continuing detention of the independent confederation of federal scientist stalking, armed land grabbers on trial for their federal hostage negotiation strategy sans Washington v. Blakely (2004) HA-4-1-16. Nor has the President fired the National Institute for Disability Independent Living and Research (NIDILR) pursuant to Sec. 1 of the Social Security Amendments of January 1, 2016 for written infractions of the Slavery Convention of 1926 and Nuremberg Code of 1949 inciting the blackened pot reality described in the additional protocol to the Geneva Convention for the protection of the civilian population during non-international armed conflict incidental to the campaign for “class president” of a Disability and Independent Living (DIL) webpage within the Administration for Community Living (ACL) and be the mascot of the $110 million disability grant program administrated by Program Support Center (PSC) for a lifetime of maximum social security benefits for completing a two year term. A large, strange and uneducated assault victim told a police officer that a psychiatrist had paid his $35,000 bond in exchange for a $200 fee. Is this true? Psychiatrists acting in their official capacity should not pay for people’s bonds for release pending trial. Did a psychiatrist do this out of the kindness of their heart for large and dangerous armed men to scare all the campers and federal scientists in the area, or is there some other source of financing or subsidy for this failed experiment in psychiatric bonds?
Carol Lifshin September 17, 1932- May 13, 2016
My Grandmother Carol died Friday the 13th. Her CT scan showed dead white tissue on the left side of the brain from an ischemic stroke surrounded by bleeding from a hemorrhagic stroke so that it was untreatable with clot-busting drugs. Her skin was beautiful, she did not have any wrinkles. She suffered a stroke the same day that I received an email from the ed email address of the National Institute of Disability, Independent Living and Research (NIDILR) in the Administration on Community Living (ACL) in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) basically confessing to an email from my debit card regarding an attempt to steal $1,000 in two unauthorized transactions from my debit card and another from a bibliographical investigator of my legal land measurement error where I laid Aunt Lil to rest, probably wondering where Carol’s caregiver's 'Golf Handicap' was since it has been totally lost to the combined Microsoft vulnerability to public wifi and my personal fear for the personally identifying information of such a botched claim for relief. I have lost both of my grandmother's to strokes incidental to receiving an email from education institutions in the Netherlands and now the United States. Surviving Grandma Carol are three children, six grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and an African-American caregiver. Carol was a grade school teacher who sued for early retirement after suffering a concussion from a kickball at age 35. The cancer that led to her to be divorced from my grandfather without any compensation but social insurance, was probably attributable to their food preservation techniques. He might have lived longer if I had been sent to live with him and do his grocery shopping and cooking instead of being disowned to a psychiatric hospital. Why both her daughters with children, also divorced their cheating husbands that year(s) remains a mystery to all six grandchildren. After some time Carol lived with a man and his caregiver who built a home on land he owned in Palm Springs and lived a man and his African-American caregiver. When he died he left the house to the two of them. They lived alone together for enough years to be common law partners. Carol provided their only income. They grew citrus and raised chickens until her cholesterol got so high it was time to eat her egg-layers and become a vegan who ate meat about once every other week.
In late 2010 or early 2011 my grandmother told me she wanted help to petition for more income to pay her caregiver inspired by his aspiration to become a professional golfer. He had been a professional football player in a Canadian football league who lost his job as the result of a serious sport's injury who recovered and became the caregiver he was yesterday without ever receiving any disability insurance or supplemental security income (SSI). After my $69 SSI supplement was stolen to afflict me with not graduating from $600-$699 I rightly sought to unionize with my Grandmother's 'Gold Handicap' but the contagion spread to her ideal hand-written $1,000 monthly Title I benefit. In apology I paid them $100 a month addressed to the two of them, for several years until my food stamp benefits were cut in 2013. The “no-entitlement” concern of the President in his recent speech at black Howard University in Washington DC that preserves Freemen's Hospital and Asylum seems to be applicable in three ways. First, mentally disabled black people have better luck with survivor insurance than disability insurance or even the SSI one would think that poor black people, with average family savings of $1,000, $5,000 with home equity, would receive social security disability insurance and SSI the rate of 20% of new beneficiaries although only 12-14% of the population are black. Carol is due about $20,000 for the underpayment of the faultless beneficiary under Section 204(c) of the Social Security Act 42USC404(c). It would seem that the President received the news before I did, that my uncle has appointed himself the Court again, and seems to intend to sell their house without ever having successfully administrated his father's estate. He billed my mother $1,000 for each of her children, that neither I nor my sister ever received from the legal fees ($20 a life), and then he nearly died of liver disease incidental to pigging out and becoming obese, but he's said to be thin now, and hangs up the phone on me. He’s runs a private recording studio and their royalty contracts are so notorious one surviving jazz musician made a movie, music is nice to listen to when grieving. His twice daily phone-calls to his mother are not worth any more than my money. Mike was completely dependent on Carol for his cash income and landowner.
All that remains of Carol's estate, after her reasonable hospital bills, must be given to her caregiver, Mike, with consideration for his 12 siblings. The deed to the house in Palm Spring’s is Mike’s inheritance to live in or sell when he is discharged from a hospital rehabilitation program for rattlesnake and black widow bites, all expenses paid by MediCal. A Presbyterian minister suggested that Carol’s Medicare bills be placed as an interest free lien against any future sale of the home that can be partially or fully paid off by charitable givers. Mike probably appreciates my uncle’s legal competence with Carol’s deed and my aunt and mother have been convinced that neither my uncle, Carol’s hospital nor Mike’s rehabilitation program, possess the legal right to rob the uncompensated black survivor of the deed, last name forgotten. Now that Carol is dead, the deed is Mike’s. Mike built the house. Mike or his authorized representatives must occupy and care for the land while he is disappeared in some story regarding a hospital rehabilitation program for rattlesnake and black widow. My uncle, without first or last name, or remuneration or interest in paying his mother’s hospital bills as my mother and sister who are health professionals, must help Mike to establish his right to the property. My uncle must sign the deed of the house over to Mike, within two years under 24USC§420(e). He called Carol twice a day to tell lawyer jokes about the cousins who are all partners in the only law firm I can think of who might be interested in settling Carol’s estate pro bono in a game of golf with Mike and my uncle to figure out why the self-professed Jews, who have not abandoned the synagogue like their children, if they had any, communicate so poorly regarding the existence of a Palestine Supreme Court, to judge the difference between a 10% tzadaka donation to charity and compensation. The lawyer jokes about being behind bars or drunk on power have been posthumously removed, being satisfied to have learned that unemployment rates among law school graduates have risen to over 60% since legal fees ceased to be respected under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.