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September 2017

 

By Anthony J. Sanders

 

Dear AntŚnio Guterres HA-30-9-17

 

1. United States yes or no votes for the first business day of Fiscal Year 2018 under penalty of attempt to evade or defeat tax under 26USCĄ7201 served under Art. 36 (2,4) of the Statute of the International Court of Justice. The largest forest fire in the nation, two federal dead and 15 city slash piles since Congress returned from vacation in September not in my backyard (NIMBY). 60 Portuguese burned to death by wildfire in yours. Remove the dead, save the Mediterranean shrubs from the saw, fire the arsons. The unparliamentary 6th Stage of Democratic-Republican (DR) two party system development is unable to make law without a split ticket, whereby the President and majority of Congress must be from different political parties to make law, their opposition defiant parliamentary intimidations incite genocide under 18USCĄ1091. On the other Hospitals & Asylums National Direction (HAND) Congress may vote to tax the rich to end child poverty FY 18 to liberate the 7th HA stage from the prior restraint on parliamentary majorities from the same party as the President against making law, by political science.

 

(a) To allow $100 billion congressional budget authority and $66.6 billion ODA for 2.5% growth from FY 17 to $55.6 billion federal State Department and International Assistance outlays FY 18.

 

(b) To provide for a voluntary 1-2% of income suggested UN contribution on tax forms quarterly and April 15.

 

(c) To amend the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour 2009-2017 to '$7.50 in 2018 and 3% more every year thereafter.' under 29USCĄ206(a)(1)(D).

 

(d) To provide 14 weeks of (unemployment compensation) paid Maternity Protection under ILO Convention 183 (2000).

 

(e) To amend the 1.8% DI tax rate starting January 1, 2019 in Sec. 201(b)(1)(T) of the Social Security Act under 42USCĄ401(b)(1)(T) to either (e-1) 2.1% DI tax, or (e-2) 2.0% DI tax if OASI pays $240 billion including 2.5% interest in assets for CY09-CY15 to replicate to the extent possible revenue that would have been received if the OASDI tax had been properly adjusted by Public Law 112-96.

 

(f) To replace the Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base under Section 230 of the Social Security Act 42USCĄ430 with 'There is created in the Treasury a Supplemental Security Income Trust Fund.' (f-1) To tax the rich the full 12.4% Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (OASDI) Federal Income Contribution Act (FICA) on all their income to pay 16-24 million children growing up poor SSI benefits FY18 to End Poverty by 2020

 

Health and Welfare (HAW)

 

To supplement Chapter 3 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers Ą71-Ą154, Subchapter V Battle Mountain Sanitarium Reserve, Ą151-154. To produce a federal budget surplus FY 18 by deleting the Allowances, Other Independent Agencies (on-budget and off-budget) and Other Defense - Civil Programs rows from the Government Outlays by Agency Ledger (GOAL) and consolidate Commerce and Small Business Administration, State and International Assistance and rename Social Security on-budget Human Services under Art. 2(2) of the US Constitution.  To amend the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour 2009-2017 to '$7.50 in 2018 and 3% more every year thereafter.' under 29USCĄ206(a)(1)(D). To support the Treasury's decision to abolish the refundable premium and cost sharing reduction subsidy FY 18 all the action now takes place under the Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) <15.0%. To begin to experimentally reduce Medicare Part A HI tax revenues received by the Hospital Insurance (HI) Trust Fund from the 2.9% payroll tax rate to 2.6% payroll tax received, and continue to reduce federal outlays for Parts B and D to 3% annual growth from FY 14 beginning FY 18 when a zero growth policy would take over for all three programs to try to keep federal health outlays under the $1 trillion limbo bar until national health expenditures are less than 10% of GDP. To raise the patient's share in nursing homes to the greater of $300 or 30% of benefits, by Treasury under 24USCĄ14a or fee under 24USCĄ414. To amend the 1.8% DI tax rate starting January 1, 2019 in Sec. 201(b)(1)(T) of the Social Security Act under 42USCĄ401(b)(1)(T) to either 2.1% DI tax, or 2.0% DI tax if OASI pays $240.4 billion including 2.5% interest for CY09-CY15 to replicate to the extent possible revenue that would have been received if the OASDI tax had been properly adjusted by Public Law 112-96. To replace the Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base under Section 230 of the Social Security Act 42USCĄ430 with 'There is created in the Treasury a Supplemental Security Income Trust Fund.' To tax the rich the full 12.4% Old Age Survivor and Disability Insurance (OASDI) tax on all their income to pay 16-24 million children growing up poor SSI benefits FY18. To publish a highly simplified online SSI application form without any In-kind-support maintenance (ISMs) and optional disability questionnaire, for speedy Income and Eligibility Verification System in Sec. 1137 of the Social Security Act under 42USCĄ132b-7. To end benefit attrition with a 3% Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) rule every year inflation continues to run about 2.7% and the Trust Fund Ratio is greater than 20% under Sec. 215(i) of the Social Security Act 42USCĄ415(i). To make an exception to the rule to pay $777 mo. SSI a 5.7% COLA is needed from CY17, a 2.7% COLA CY18 followed by 3% COLA to $777 SSI CY19 and 3% COLA every year for the earnings of low income beneficiaries and workers to stay ahead of 2.7% average annual inflation. To change the due date for the Annual Reports from April 1, April foolŇs day, to the 'summer solstice June 20-21' in Sec. 1161 of the Social Security Act under 42USCĄ1320c-10.  To provide 14 weeks of paid Maternity Protection under ILO Convention 183 (2000).

 

United States v. Forest Service in re: 2017 Fire Season HA-22-9-17

 

Forest Service (FS) burns public land sixty times more than National Parks Service (NPS). If FS arsons were fired, and slash piles left rightly chipped and chucked, it is estimated that the National Park Service with the contract supervision of affected county parks could reduce fire risk on 314 million acres of National Resource Lands more than tenfold from 1.2% in National Forests and average rate of 0.7% FY 17 to <0.07% FY 18. The USDA Forest Service is fined up to $800 million for the 2017 fire season, all 33,000 employees fired, FS land, property and entire $5.3 billion FY 18 budget is due process by the national and county parks for forfeiture for arson within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction under 18USCĄ81. The National Forests and Grasslands were given to the United States Department of Agriculture in 1905 but since the Big Blowup Fire in 1910 the end of the law has become National Park Service and Related Organizations Title 54 of the United States Code. The Interior Secretary must however be recused for two counts of obstruction of justice (arson and subtraction) under Rule 96 (Art. 134) of the Manual for Courts-Martial, may not receive bribes from the President, or intimidate his accountant with freehold or leasehold interests in national parks and monuments of scientific significance under 54USCĄ102901(a). County parks are advised to act through the National Park Service Director under 54USCĄ100101(a).  In the 2017 fire season 195 forest fires burned 2,783,813 acres in the United States. In Montana 753,850 acres burned, 287,295 acres in Lolo National Forest. Oregon burned 628,148 acres, 287,074 acres in Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest. California burned 333,386 acres, 171,798 acres in Klamath National Forest, near the Oregon border. All told 458,869 acres, 25% of 1.8 million acre Rogue-River Siskiyou National Forest burned in 2017. A total of 2,232,800 acres of National Forests were burned in the 2017 fire season. In 2017 the Forest Service burned more than 2.2 million acres, 1.2% of their 183 million acres of National Forests and Grasslands, 0.7% of 314 million acres of National Resource Lands, to cause 80% of total acres burned in the United States. The 334 units of the U.S. national park system, encompass 89 million acres of which 66,876 acres, 0.07% burned. The forty-eight national parks cover about 47 million acres of which 19,556 acres, 0.02% burned. The difference is explained by 47,320 acres burned in Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. 484,137 acres were burned on public land held by State forestry, agencies, and field offices. 4,161 acres burned in one un-contained forest fire under county jurisdiction.