Hospitals & Asylums 








Winter 2013

Vol. 13 No. 4


By Anthony J. Sanders


Medicine HA-5-12-13


The HA medical textbook is for sale as patient education to health insurance providers and high schools around the nation.  Readers of this summary shall learn necessary medicine for common ailments.  Those who are still patient and read the textbook(s) will learn self-diagnosis and treatment, as well as the labor market for modern tests, vaccines, surgical procedures and intravenous treatment.  The textbook is organized into five volumes: Neurology (and ophthalmology), Cardiology (and hematology), Pulmonology (ear, nose and throat), Oncology (and dermatology), and Gastroenterology (dentistry, urology, gynecology, obstetrics, and pediatrics).  These books study the entire curriculum taught in the first two years of medical school.  Unlike other medical textbooks, such as the many published by Saunders, this was written by one person in one year and should therefore be more easily comprehensible to any other individual, than other full-length texts in the college medical library.  These draft high school textbooks were prepared with the help of a $45 friend of the Hannon Library membership in one year – 2013 – accruing $60 in fines for water damaged books - a total cost of $105 - not to mention the by-passable dysfunction of the picture copying functioning, college acronym on the news desk of my website as it appears on my computer, and $5 million declaration of faculty cuts plagiarizing the publication of this text - cut the hacker.  A high school might purchase the free e-book for $100, a state department of education for $10,000, however I must ask a healthy nest egg for Obamacare advertisement and beg for your support for a final indexing for typos.  Are you a universal donor? The objective is not to go to the hospital but avoid injury and cure diseases swiftly, often with naturopathic remedies found only in the public library and natural food store, before they become chronic life-threatening conditions, and in general live a long and healthy life, like the many health professionals in my family, but with a more athletic cardiovascular exercise routine, to compensate for the long hours of completely sedentary behavior behind the computer screen.  Because I am asking a considerable amount of time from the Microsoft Word reader, every book requires minimal dietary and athletic standards, and I must warn you in this summary that the lasers in CD-ROM drives may release toxic levels of radiation when sabotaged and can be easily removed with a screwdriver.  In 2013 dysfunction of the (secret email list) in the Bcc field occurred in all free email programs, but gmail beta for dial-up- connections, so I pay a couple dollars a month for private email that so far doesn't cut and paste, phone conversations with technical support cut in and out at academic moments, if anyone wants to spam the free e-newsletter.  Antibiotics, some other necessary medicines, are available in sealed packages, at reasonable prices, from India online, at  One nursing student I know learned how to stay healthy in nursing school and worked as a geriatric nurse for more than a decade without getting sick before retiring, and was last seen with a runny nose that could not be explained as the victorious immune reaction of a smoker's cough.  I hope this is the book for me.  Heart attacks bother the HA acronym.  The FDA politely responded to 'Cardiology' to sponsor clinical studies of the curativeness of Hawthorn for the treatment of congestive heart failure, cholesterol, high or low blood pressure and arrhythmia - the HAwwwthorn study.


$20 billion, United States Postal Service, FY2014 + 3% annual growth HA-14-11-13


Email transmission of the HA newsletter by free email shall be indefinitely suspended due to the dysfunction of the (secret email list) in the cc and bcc fields by all known free email providers, since Summer of 2013, and shall now be served privately for a couple dollars a month.  A number of political organizations, with private email providers, manage to continue their email lists, but the peace movement seems compromised.  I am not pleased with either the deadly home invasion of a member of the Peace Choir nor the complaints of NSA spying by the female German Chancellor and Brazilian President in the White House, which might have been more skillful if they had called for the postmaster generals worldwide to take responsibility for consumer complaints of spying.  I hope to capitalize upon the UN Privacy Treaty to legislate "free email" in the Postal Code and the Code of Federal Regulations to redress the damages caused by the "free email" industry to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) budget deficit estimated at $20 billion FY2014 +3% annual growth. 


On November 6, 2013 the New York Times reported; Last year, the Postal Service’s operating revenue was $65 billion, but its operating expenses were $81 billion = $16 billion deficit in 2012.  A net loss of $41 billion is reported between 2007-02 or 13.  The post office has seen revenue for first-class mail — the agency’s cash cow — decline by $2.4 billion. It has defaulted on three annual $5.5 billion payments into a health care fund for its future retirees. It has also exhausted its $15 billion borrowing limit from the Treasury Department. It has defaulted on three annual $5.5 billion payments into a health care fund for its future retirees. It has also exhausted its $15 billion borrowing limit from the Treasury Department.  On November 15, 2013 the L.A. Time wrote; The USPS reported a $5 billion loss FY2013.  It's the seventh-straight yearly net loss.  Since 2006, the agency has cut its expenses by $15 billion annually, but first-class mail volume has continued to drop.  While package and standard mail volumes increased, the agency's most profitable product, first-class mail, declined by 2.8 billion pieces.  Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe said "We’ve achieved some excellent results for the year in terms of innovations, revenue gains and cost reductions, but without major legislative changes we cannot overcome the limitations of our inflexible business model”.


$20 billion FY2014 including Obamacare sounds fair to the prospect of free email subsidies.  To do justice it seems right that the U.S. Postmaster General serve the free email using public as the free email spymaster, with recourse to email industry boardrooms and courts to redress consumer complaints of spying and issue reasonable fines to industry executives for using their patrons and government agencies for unlawful and indiscriminate investigations.  In the aftermath of the highly unsatisfactory ACLU v. NSA case which led to the then unknown NSA war crime defendant being appointed CIA director; it was left to HA, the ACLU abuse victim, to deter unwarranted foreign surveillance under 50USC(36)I§1809 that provides for a fine of not more than $10,000 or imprisonment for not more than five years, or both. Domestically, the first offense is entitled to appropriate injunctive relief; and a second or subsequent offense shall be subject to a mandatory $500 civil fine for the recovery of civil damages under 18USC(119)§2520.  Hospitals and Asylums Battle Mountain Sanitarium Reserve statute likewise provides for a $1,000 fine and up to 12 months in jail for unlawful intrusion and violation of the rules and regulations pertaining to reservations under 24USC(3)V§154The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has expressed a polite interest in the Consumer and Contact Industry Office, but has so far not paid $1,000 for an FY2014 update of the HA federal budget to reflect the costs of wrongful deaths caused U.S. armed forces and drones in Afghanistan and elsewhere, Superstorm Sandy and the USPS subsidy for the security of the U.S. Treasury, let alone read back to me the 'Federal Budget Balanced to Prevent 100% of GDP' HA-13-7-12 in pursuit of the national treatment, $20 billion FY2014, under the Berne Convention.  While the USPS may not be able to sell me a passport in good faith due to discrimination against naturalization, due to USCIS disclaimer of naturalization documents, leaving me Stateless, at least the USPS managed to get a Sunday delivery contract for Amazon and might reorganize U.S Customs to turn a profit directed by 'Customs House act, St Elizabeth's (CHASTE) e-Motion' for the HA Bicentennial HA-26-2-11.