Hospitals & Asylums
By Anthony J. Sanders
2020 Annual Report of the Supplemental Security Income Program: Letter of Intent HA-20-11-19
To end child poverty by 2020 and all poverty by 2030. A BILL To repeal the Adjustment to Contribution Base in Sec. 230 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§430 and replace it with: SSI Trust Fund. There is created in the Treasury a Supplemental Security Income Trust Fund to end child poverty by 2020 and all poverty by 2030. To overrule the 2.37% DI tax rate for 2018 and amend the effective DI tax rate to 2.05% (2018), 1.95% (2019), 1.91% or 2.0% (2020) in Sec. 201(b)(1)(T)(U)(V) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§401(b)(1)(T)(U)(V) with data from the 2019 Annual Report. To make a concerted effort to end poverty Congress must amend the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to '$7.50 in 2020 and 3% more every year thereafter.' under 29USC§206(a)(1)(D). The Labor Secretary is tasked with estimating the cost to unemployment contributors of 6 months maternity protection or sabbatical every ten years and 3 weeks annual holiday/sick pay. To prevent federal revenue loss and economic depression the Treasurer must terminate and Congress repeal Withholding of income tax on the wages of non-resident aliens under 26USC§1441 phobia. To increase the $14,294 billion debt ceiling $500 billion annually to $14,794 billion (2018), $15,294 billion (2019) and $15,794 billion (2020) under 31USC§3101. To amend the due date of the Annual Report from April 1, April's Fool Day to June 20-21, Summer Solstice, in Sec. 1161 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§1320c-10, and expect to receive the first consolidated Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of Social Security Administration. To charge Medicaid prices for all and delete Medicare you may be b(k)illed letter hyperinflation. Be it enacted in the House and Senate Assembled
UN Arrears and Certain Iranian Assets Act of 2019 HA-11-11-19
A BILL. To require the Secretary of State to immediately produce a $62.5 billion FY 20 State Department, Foreign Service and Related Organizations budget to pay officially demanded arrears and restore program levels to 2.5% annually more than they were in FY 16, 3% for P.L. 480 International Agricultural Assistance. To pay $2.1 billion FY 20 to restart P.L. 480 International Agricultural Assistance Program. To pay $1.1 billion to settle UN regular budget arrears and current year contribution. To pay a total of $1.9 billion arrears and current year dues to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and United Nations Relief (UNESCO) since FY 11 and Relief and Works Administration for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) since FY 18, FY 20. To pay $1.1 billion arrears to UN Peacekeeping. To require the State Department to produce $61.1 billion or $54.2 billion FY 21 depending on this vote to rule International Military Assistance, International Military Education, International Narcotic Control and Law Enforcement and non-UN peacekeeping, $6.9 billion treason to be terminated FY 21. To repeal the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) under 50USC§1701-§1706, delete Iran from 22USC§2227 and return Certain Iranian Assets (Islamic Republic of Iran v. United States of America) 2019 with 2.5% interest from 1980 to punish contempts +/- $ 8 billion FY 20. To append Paragraph 98 of Alleged violations of the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights (Islamic Republic of Iran v. United States of America) No. 175 3 October 2018 to 22USC§7201 and repeal the incitement to sanction madness of parliament under 22USC§7204. To stop confusing rational diplomatic decision-making with split-personality disorder, beyond the usual capacity of the United Nations Mental Health System to diagnosis, Congress must also delete 'Waiver of' from Sovereign Immunity in 11USC§106 and the body of 43USC§390uu. To repeal the phrase “outside the United States” from 18USC§2340A(a) and amending Exclusive Remedies at §2340B so: The legal system shall ensure 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, their dependents shall be entitled to compensation under Art. 14 of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (1987). To amend the name of Subchapter A of Chapter 38 Environmental Taxes to Tax on Energy and add a section 26USC§4613: To tax energy exports 6% until UN arrears and Certain Iranian Assets are paid and reduce the rate to 1% when artificial warming in the Atlantic and Arctic has been ameliorated. Be it enacted in the House and Senate assembled
Humans require 0.7 to 3.7 liters of distilled or filtered water for drinking and cooking daily per person. The adult bladder holds about 400 mL of urine and the kidneys produce 1 liter of urine a day, from 4-6 liters of blood. Each 24 hours about 100-200 grams of stool is evacuated. Sedentary calorie requirements in the United States for children 2-3 years is 1,000 calories, children 4-8 years 1200-1400 calories. Girls 9-13 1600 calories. Boys 9-13 1800 calories. Girls 14-18 years 1800 calories. Boys 14-18 years 2200 calories. Females 19-30 years 2000 calories. Males 19-30 2400 calories. Females 31-50 years 1800 calories. Males 31-50 2200 calories. Females 51+ years 1600 calories. Males 51+ years 2000 calories. Good nutrition is the foundation of health and well-being for all. Everyone needs four basic nutrients – water carbohydrates, proteins and fats – as well as vitamins, minerals and other micronutrients. The human body is two-thirds water. Fatty acids are used by the body as a source of energy and are provided for in our diet by animal fat and vegetable oils that when metabolized supply 9 cal/g. Proteins, are complex chains of amino acids, supplied chiefly by animal proteins –meat, milk, cheese and eggs – and plants such as rice and legumes and nuts, that when metabolized yield 5 cal/g. Carbohydrates are complex compounds made up of sugars that when metabolized yield 4 cal/g. Protein and calorie requirements vary, with pregnant and lactating women, children, teenagers and young adults and strenuous exercise requiring larger amounts. Pregnant and lactating women in emergency settings should be provided with an extra liter of water and fortified blended food commodities, in addition to the basic general ration, that are designed to provide 10–12% (up to 15%) of energy from protein and 20–25% of energy from fat. The fortified blended food should be fortified to meet two thirds of the daily requirements for all micronutrients. Teenagers and young adults also require extra food. Cheese sandwiches. Beyond infancy a child requires about 10 percent of caloric intake in protein. Protein deficiency, especially during the first year of life, has been associate with decreased brain development and lowered IQ. The amount of protein in a mother’s breast milk is 5 percent of calories. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) the human minimum protein requirement is 5 percent of total calories, according to the US Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for adults 10 percent of total calories. For optimum protein intake WHO recommends 10-15 percent of calories. Total fat intake should be less than 30 percent of total energy intake, Saturated fatty acid intake should be less than 10 percent of total energy intake. Trans-fatty acid intake should be less than 1 percent of total energy intake. At least 1 percent of calories should come from fat. Therefore, 55-75 to 94 percent of calories in the diet should come from carbohydrates. Calcium + vitamin D + phosphorus = Apatite. Bones and teeth contain 99 percent of all the body’s calcium and phosphorus, that is where the body gets it. For osteoporosis therapeutic and preventive measures should emphasize adequate intake of calcium (1500 mg/day), vitamin D (400-800 IU/day) and 1,000-1,250 mg/day of phosphorus.
Hospitals & Asylums (HA)
The entire 10 chapters of Hospitals & Asylums (HA) have been republished to supplement the Armed Forces Retirement Home 400-435. AFRH houses approximately 1,600 veterans at the U.S. Soldiersՠand Airmenճ 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. As early as 1799, contributions of 20 cents per month were taken from every active duty member for the relief of seamen in the service. Paul Hamilton of South Carolina, secretary of the Navy under President James Madison legislated the Naval Hospital Act of Feb. 26, 1811 to provide for Naval Hospitals and the Naval Asylum. Distracted by the War of 1812 the Naval Asylum was not established until 1834, after the citizen's arrest, detention, trial by jury, lengthy appeal due to severe illness in re: US v. Thomas Fillebrown, Secretary of Commissioners of Navy Hospitals 32 US 28 7 Pet. 28 (1833). Codification R.S. 4801 et seq. was derived from the act of Feb. 26, 1811. Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation at what is now called the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington D.C. President Lincoln is also attributed with founding Freedmen's Hospital, and the Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. Legislation of the Soldier's and Airmen's Home is first attributed to R.S. 4815; Mar. 3, 1883, ch. 130, 10, 22 Stat. 565. R.S. 4825, related to organization of National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. R.S. 4838; related to the legislation of Saint Elizabeths Hospital on July 1, 1916. R.S. 2038; related to the legislation of Freedmen's Hospital act June 23, 1874. R.S. 4877 relating to National Cemeteries acts July 24, 1876. Gorgas Hospital is dated Mar. 24, 1928, ch. 240, 1, 45 Stat. 365. Hospitalization of Mentally Ill Nationals was legislated by Pub. L. 86е71, 1, July 5, 1960. The Armed Forces Retirement Home was legislated by Pub. L. 101е10, div. A, title XV, 1502, Nov. 5, 1990. Hospitals & Asylums has been amended many times, most recently so that section 302904 of title 54 was substituted for section 101(e)(3) of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470a(e)(3)) on authority of Pub. L. 113в87, 6(e), Dec. 19, 2014, 128 Stat. 3272, which Act enacted Title 54, National Park Service and Related Programs.