Hospitals & Asylums 








September 2018


By Anthony J. Sanders


Forward marsh.  This is the first time the publication has ever been late.  I have blisters on both feet.  It’s probably better to risk puncture wounds and go barefoot through the marshes, that can be avoided completely, if one follows the directions to stay at the bar given by other weary hikers and ignore the most backward of trail markers and guide books.  I hope my tardiness doesn’t constitute intellectual disability or become a habit.  Having basically finished my life’s work, not having received any responses, but the laughter of the UN General Assembly, I took a vacation, after witnessing the capsized boat from sugar in the gas tank, two days of lolling around till five pm until I washed off the police dirt, and busted zipper, but everyone, including myself, wants Congress’s Section 8.


Message of the Public Trustees HA-22-9-18


To prevent the unnecessary OASI deficit, that is driving the Actuary to madly declare a premature combined deficit for the intermediate projections, Congress must not wait for the expiration of the 2.37% DI tax rate in 2019 from the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 to adopt a 2.1% DI tax rate beginning in 2018 for the intermediate projection under Sec. 201(b)(1)(T) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§401(b)(1)(T) FY18. By repealing ‘Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base’ tax loophole for the rich and DI tax exemption of Title I State retirement contributors and replacing it with ‘Supplemental Security Income Trust Fund’ Section 230 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§430 it is estimated that SSI benefits would increase in stages, 228% the first year of the tax, 25% the second, 5% the third, and normal 4% growth the fourth, and thereafter, unless legitimate demands to end poverty by 2030 or actuarial differences or market failure require a change in plans. It is estimated that the number of SSI beneficiaries would increase 225% from 8.1 million in 2018 to 18.5 million in 2019 to 23.1 million in 2020 with an average benefit of $589 a month, $7,069 a year, costing $163.2 billion in 2020, when the table above provides $173.9 billion, enough for 24.6 million average benefits. New monthly benefits must cost less than new monthly revenues to sustain an actual surplus. The 12.4% OASDI FICA tax adjusts 2.3% SSI 2.1% DI 8.0% OASI.  By 2020 individual income tax and customs duty revenue growth from non-discriminatory travel document sales, energy export tax, might yield on-budget surplus, especially if consumer economic growth were sustained by taxing the rich the full 12.4% OASDI tax on all their income to create an SSI Trust Fund to end child poverty by 2020 and all poverty by 2030. Please vote to confirm this Message of the Public Trustees and sign the Annual Report with a once-in-a-lifetime promotion from $693 (2018) to $2,000 (2019) a month disability under 24CFR§1.8 and 24USC§422(d)(1).


Health and Welfare HA-22-9-18


To supplement Chapter 3 National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers §71-§154. The FY 17 surplus was sabotaged by a -5% decline in individual income tax growth from an average annual rate of 8% 1990-2016 to 2.7% FY 17, up to 4.6% FY 18, before the loss of $25 billion in taxes from over-ruled federal government layoffs, reduces revenue growth to 1.7% FY 19. By removing [student loans savings] in brackets from the President's education budget total, FY 17 will be finally enacted. The final enactment of the $14,294 billion debt ceiling, in the final week of FY 18, is that Congress has only $40 billion left to pay $90 billion in arrears for shortfalls from annual 2.5% government and energy, 3% services and food stamp growth since FY 16, thereby recapitalizing lending programs with [31USC§3101]. CR 18 agrees to adjust for CMS and OASI outlay overestimates. FY 18 settles with a 2.1% DI tax rate beginning in 2018 by amendment of Sec. 201(b)(1)(T) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§401(b)(1)(T). Congress must decide if they have already reduced the debt by $2 trillion by deleting six fictitious rows from OMB Historical Table 4.1, before raising the debt ceiling FY 19. The Federal Reserve is advised to lower interest rates to highest rate able to return more than last year to the Treasury. FEMA is advised to solicit matching funds from local government permits, and again from construction loans after a disaster. The final profit of FY 18 pays $1 billion arrears for UNESCO and Palestine-as-International Military Finance-goes under 18USC§2339C, 5USC§3110(b), 2USC§632(b)(8), §633(g) and 28CFR§0.47. Congress must repeal 22USC§7204 because 'economic sanctions' and inability to sell travel documents <$10 are impeachable conduct under Art. 1 Sec. 9 Cl. 1 of, and the XXV Amendment to, the US Constitution. ICE should be abolished under Art. 22 of the Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of their Families (1990). The Authority for Employment of the FBI and DEA Senior Executive Service under 5USC§3151-§3152 must be repealed. CR 18 + 3% annual armed services growth settles Defense arrears with new missile defense system. OCO budget reporting must be repealed from Title 2 Chapter 17A and the due date for the Annual Reports amended from April 1 to the 'summer solstice June 20-21' in Sec. 1161 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§1320c-10. Congress must guarantee FY 19 levels of outlays 2.5% government and energy 3% services and food stamp outlay annual growth from FY 16, and 3.3% food stamp and 4% cash benefit outlay growth for SSI, DI and TANF from the previous year, and 6% OASI outlay growth; debt will not exceed 3% of GDP and 8% average annual payroll and individual income tax revenue growth will sustain an actual surplus. Low income workers and beneficiaries need a 3% COLA every year inflation runs 2.5% - 3%, and the trust fund ratio is >20% to re-interpret Sec. 215(i) of the Social Security Act under 42USC§415(i). Federal minimum wage must be amended from $7.25 an hour to '$7.50 in 2019 and 3% more every year thereafter.' under 29USC§206(a)(1)(D). To end child poverty by 2020 tax loopholes for Title I and the rich in Section 230 of the Social Security Act under 42USC§430 must be repealed. The 12.4% OASDI FICA tax adjusts 2.3% SSI 2.1% DI 8.0% OASI.