Hospitals & Asylums 








Winter Solstice Vol. 21 No. 4


By Anthony J. Sanders


This quarter I went to Washington DC and got embezzled.  The 2021 Annual Report to Congress on White House Personnel indicates unaccountable President Jo Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris are best defined as senile demented, kleptocrat bank embezzling impersonation clients of James V. Secreto Special Assistant to the President and Director of Confirmations.  Google needs to restore secrecy to basic gmail cc: (secret email).  Have disability beneficiaries in Washington DC got their money since the November direct deposit didn’t arrive?  Has Social Security terminated their Direct Express monopoly?  Is Netspend a million error? The Biden Administration is comprised only of people willing to advocate for their obviously fascist money that does not adhere to generally accepted accounting principles and actively embezzles the repressed accounting staff and disabled reminders that resignation and retirement would be the best thing for the nation.  The President’s defense against impeachment is that his female successors are extremely domestic violent criminal products of misogyny and the most qualified successor is the Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin but Austin, capitol of Texas, embezzles, and a military coup might be worse than Attorney General enforced intoxication senile dementia.  I am pursuing Dutch nationality to manage my benefits, whereas the United States Social Security Administration embezzles to finance Texas terrorism to offend their 2020 payroll tax overestimate and dangerous 2021 disability beneficiary underestimate into “current” lie status.  After the Trump Administration terminated the Office of National Drug Control Policy grant funding, forcing them to go underground in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Office of Injury Prevention and Control, the Biden Administration Executive Office of the President budget is again 49 percent marijuana robbery to push meth; now the White House suicide attack money for the people, is led by one Dr. Rahul Gupta, the first medical doctor to hold such a position of pseudo-ephedrine and anti-depressant prescription addiction, different from the famous immigrant Dr. Sanjay Gupta, but medical doctors are the new bad apples of the COVID-19 pandemic, and American doctors are torturous extortionists.  The Acting Director of Office of Management and Budget Shalanda Young is on maternity leave, I have been embezzled and am too depressed to work in a timely fashion, the Infrastructure Bill and Build Back Better Framework are moot, unaccountable embezzlements of senile demented kleptocrats, that shall be disregarded by the Treasury, federal accountants and reserve, in the final accounting, but may cause considerable damage and insolvency in the interim that shall be ignored in the forthcoming federal audit until after the 2024 Presidential election, having spent far more money than they should have, any relief from the split ticket system is not thought to be adequate, to redress the inequality in the capitol or national violence they incite.  The child-tax credit has reduced child-poverty by 40 percent and should not be taken hostage by the Build Back Better Bill, or allowed to lapse until the rich are taxed by social security to end child poverty by 2024 and all poverty by 2030.  The only money Congress should be voting on this Christmas is extending the child-tax credit to 2024 at 26USC§24 and increasing the federal minimum wage to $10 (2022) and 3 percent more annually thereafter at 29USC§206(a)(1)(D).   


Anthony J. Sanders v. Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State; In re: Netspend and Google HA-24-9-21 (in-composition)


>$16,200 life savings + 40 a day witness fees from 24 September 2021 must be collected from Netspend and $2,034 from Direct Express - Beneficiary's Bank has an Obligation to Pay and Give Notice to the Beneficiary pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) 4A-404.  Federal agents are obligated to pay damages pursuant to the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). The FTCA allows recovery for injury or loss of property, or personal injury or death under 28USC§1364(b)(1), Hayburn's Case 2 U.S. (2 Dall.) 409 (1792). The FTCA provides for the recovery of damages for certain intentional torts for any claim arising out of assault, battery, false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution, abuse of process, libel, slander, misrepresentation, deceit or interference with contract rights 28USC§2680(h); Bivens v. Six Unknown Fed. Narcotic Agents, 403 U.S. 388 (1971) or any claim for damages caused by the fiscal operations of the Treasury or by the regulation of the monetary system (i). Social Security Administration Baltimore Federal Credit Union 138 F. Supp. 639 (1956), In re: Franklin Nat. Bank Securities Litigation, 445 Supp. 723, 734 (E.D.N.Y. 1978) found the FDIC could be held liable in tort for negligent regulation; federal intermediate credit banks are subject to liability in tort to the same extent as a private entity Sterret v. Milk River Production Credit Ass'n 647 F. Supp. 299, 301-02 (D. Mont. 1986); Rodriguez v. Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp. (In re United W. Bancorp) 140 S. Ct. 713, 206 L. Ed.2d 62 (2020).


Appeal for Four $250 - $300 Children HA-21-9-21


After the police twice caught a five-year old autistic runaway, the Senior Judge responsible for Child Custody has decided to adopt all four children ages 2 to 9 from a disabled couple denied benefits. Over the course of two years the Senior Judge adopted a 20-day old baby, a four-year old and has just taken or is threatening to take the two oldest ages 7 (the 5-year-old runaway) and 9.  It is a conflict of interest that the judge kidnapped the children for so long before pursuing false felony charges against mother and to recuse his Court of impeachable judicial misconduct, must grant leave to appeal.  The parents must be granted visitation rights until the kidnapped children are returned to their parents.


History of Title 24 United States Code – Hospitals & Asylums HA-11-11-21


As early as July 16, 1798, ch. 77, §4, 1 Stat. 606, contributions of 20 cents per month were taken from every active-duty member for the relief of seamen. 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). R.S. §4801 was derived from the act of Feb. 26, 1811. Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation at the Soldiers' Home, 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 Saint Elizabeths Hospital on July 1, 1916. R.S. §2038; related to 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. 86–571, §1, July 5, 1960. The Armed Forces Retirement Home was legislated by Pub. L. 101–510, 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. 113–287, §6(e), Dec. 19, 2014, 128 Stat. 3272, which Act enacted Title 54, National Park Service and Related Programs. This historical work is prepared for Veterans Day 11 November 2021 to consolidate the legislation with annotation regarding amendment and repeal.


2.4 Percent Labor Budget FY 22; 3 Percent Federal Minimum Wage $10 (2022) Inflation HA-9-12-21


The secret DOL budget request for federal outlays is $95.2 billion FY 22.  This level, that might be perceived as hyperinflation by counterfeit intelligence, is defended by a 2.4 percent annual inflation baseline discretionary budget since FY 14 and defunding of the moot American Jobs Plan and Infrastructure Bill.  This level is down from a pandemic pseudo-ephedrine high of $544 billion FY 21 and $497 billion FY 20 and after a one-time $42 billion contribution to make the transition from Pandemic Compensation to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation FY 22.  Federal outlays for DOL are expected to return to an only slightly elevated baseline of about $48 billion FY 23 and FY 24.  FY 22 inflationary pressures must defeated by commitment to the rule of law – 2.5 percent labor, payroll, and administration inflation, 3 percent inflation for services and low-income people. DOL is obligated to legislate a federal minimum wage of “$10 (2022) and 3 percent more annually thereafter” 29USC§206(a)(1)(D) to set precedence for 3 percent cost-of-living adjustment in 2023 pursuant to Sec. 215(i) of the Social Security Act 42USC§415(i) and legislate unemployment compensation for 6 months of exclusive breastfeeding in Sec. 307 of the Social Security Act 42USC§507.  In November 2021 a total of 155,797,000 were employed, up 0.5 percent from 154,966,000 in October 2021.  This is 16.8 percent more than the low of 133,370,000 in April 2020 but -1.8 percent less than the pre-COVID high of 158,732,000 in February 2020 to which the labor market is not expected to recover until early 2022.  For checking payroll-tax cheating purposes the average number of people employed in 2021 is -3.3 percent less than in 2019 and real average weekly earnings declined 1.6 percent over the 12 months ending October 31, 2021.  The retaliatory bankruptcy totally embezzling the applicant Public Trustee, just after citing the Board of Trustees for tardiness and cheating on the 2020 payroll tax overestimate and disability beneficiary underestimate, when in Washington DC, must be redressed without further robbery corroboration pursuant to Sec.102 and 503 of the Americans with Disabilities Act 42USC§12112 and 42USC§12203 c/o SSA Inspector General. DOL is implored to pay the disabled author $500, untaxed <$10,000 gift, pursuant to Scarborough v. Anthony J. Principi 541 US  401 (2004), Astrue v. Ratliff 560 US_(2010) to redress harmful (eye lash) bank errors Shinseki v. Sanders 556 US 396 (2009) with Equal Access to Justice Act fees 5USC§500 et seq. to liberate the non-overtly violent whistleblowing of women and people of color from being silenced with $1,000 fines by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 42USC§2000e-16 and achieve a level of confidence in the Bachelor degree of police to repeal enforcement from The baseline 2USC§907(c)(1) et seq current law in addition to which is only budgetary treatment with OASI and DI Trust Funds Sec. 710 Social Security Act 42USC§911.  All the junky Christmas legislation the American economy can afford this year is a federal minimum wage of “$10 (2022) and 3 percent more annually thereafter” 29USC§206(a)(1)(D).


Judiciary Audit HA-31-10-21


The Judiciary’s fiscal year (FY) 2022 discretionary budget request of $8.1 billion is a 5.2 percent increase over the FY 21 enacted appropriation of $7.7 billion. The Judiciary’s FY 22 appropriations request also includes $756.5 million in mandatory appropriations. There is no reason to contest the high rate of inflation requested by the Judicial Branch. In FY 2020 the judiciary received $7.5 million in supplemental outlays from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, including $6.0 for Salaries and Expenses, $1.0 million for Defender Services, and $0.5 million for the Supreme Court. In this budget CARES Act and Vaccine Injury Trust Fund appropriations are considered direct discretionary, with exactly the same Total – Budget Authority (BA) and the US Sentencing Commission is abolished from FY 23 pursuant to Blakely v. Washington (2004). FY 22 Justice Department inflation must be limited to 2.5 to 3 percent more than the resolved rates for FY 21, or synonymous with 15 percent, 2.5 - 3 percent inflation since FY 16, by inserting an alternative FY 22 for Congress and future inflation of 2.5 percent administration and 3 percent services. The Victims Compensation Fund (VCF) must be distinguished from the Crime Victims Fund (CVF). The VCF growth 3 percent from FY 22. In the absence of any large replenishments CVF mandatory obligation limits must immediately equal 3 percent more than prior year disbursements, $4,922 million FY 22 pursuant to an emergency supplemental appropriation under the Anti-Deficiency Act 31USC§1515. Congress has a duty to pass the Crime Victim Fund (CVF) supplemental. Congress is encouraged to enact the revised FY 22 levels in this audit immediately. Congress may require DOJ to submit a subsequent, defensive, supplemental appropriation request to sustain the FBI and DEA into FY 22 if the President and Attorney General do not immediately concede to a 60 day written notice under 5CFR§351.803. Nancy Pelosi may either vote to abolish the FBI and DEA or resign from Speaker of the House due to conflict of interest under 18USC§205. The Court may enforce the termination and repeal of Authority to Employ FBI and DEA Senior Executive Service 5USC§3151-§3152, representation on visit exchange committee 28CFR§0.87, and Office of National Drug Policy 21USC§1701 et seq. Closure of J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Office Building, next to Justice Department, by tax and rent-free American, Federal and DC Bar Association building maintenance and utility.


Energy Audit Table FY 2022 HA-7-10-21


This audit estimates a DOE baseline budget request of $37.9 billion FY 22, a -$4 billion, -9.5 percent, decrease from $41.9 billion FY 21 to redress two felonious spurts of hyperinflation in nuclear weapons programs since FY 17 and sustain the Democratic end of 3 percent inflation in outlays since FY 17 for all DOE programs. This is believed to be a useful baseline for immediate Congressional approval. Because DOE’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Budget Request (Request) of $46.2 billion, is an outrageous 10.3 percent, $4.3 billion more than $41.9 billion FY 21 a $37.9 billion DOE budget request should gain immediate approval from Congress. Any federal spending above this audit would require a supplemental budget request pursuant to the Anti-deficiency Act under 31USC§1515. This will help ensure that it is truly Congress making war with the New START limit of 1,550 treaty accountable strategic warheads on 700 deployed delivery systems and that there are not any more nuclear warheads, strategic or retired, unaccounted for by the outdated 2,000 warhead limit from the 2010 NPT conference, as suggested by the Federation of American Scientists report that in 2019 the US had 3,800 stockpiled strategic and non-strategic nuclear warheads and an additional 2,385 retired warheads awaiting dismantlement, for a total arsenal of 6,185 warheads. Reliable 3 percent growth in energy program spending will help more to produce affordable clean energy information and technology, than any vicious cycle of hyperinflation and collapse.


FY 22 Defense Audit HA-1-10-21


The primary finding in this audit, for which DoD is asked for a $500 gift, is that the FY 22 budget is morally and mathematically the best DoD budget ever read in its entirety, however it has a material weakness insofar as outlays are inadequate to sustain military personnel and end-strength growth, wherefore Afghanistan was lost to the Taliban, and DoD must resolve to request to sustain 3 percent spending and 1 percent net employment growth FY 23 and FY 24 and beyond. There was a 12.4 percent margin of error regarding undeclared undistributed offsetting receipts to reduce the deficit between the method of subtracting the total of the budget requests from the three military departments from the consolidated DoD budget request and the 2020 Combined Statement. Consistent with Title 10 Section 113 (c)(1)(A), each of the three Military Departments is providing a summary of their Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Budget submission for inclusion in the Department of Defense (DoD) Budget Overview, but is confused with the five forces and does not declare undistributed offsetting receipts. To comply with prior audits and page 5 of the Office of Management and Budget direction in the Summary of the President’s Discretionary Funding Request, dated April 9, 2021, the Department of Defense (DoD) is shifting funds that had previously been designated as OCO to the base budget and Global War on Terrorism / Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) needs to be repealed at 2USC§901(b). The nuclear deterrence modernization program has a material weakness in that it does not declare that the number of nuclear weapons is less the old 2,000 limit of the NPT. Secretary Austin's survivable friendly competition support for the President's Interim National Security Strategy Guidance despite the material weakness on page 14 in the promise that DoD does not use unconventional weapons, that must be more clearly written by DoD to help to redress his wrongful attrition, is much more skillful than the State Departments $273 million Countering People's Republic of China Malign Influence (CPRCMI) propaganda to be transferred to Haitian Earthquake relief with prejudice against 28CFR0.87 to be repealed for stealing among other national treasures the author's life savings, email and phone pursuant to pursuant to the new $500 per agency audit fee policy and the Armed Forces Retirement Home vulnerability test of Anthony J. Sanders v. Antony J. Blinken, Secretary of State HA-24-9-21 (in composition). On the topic of climate change, the military is advised to be trained and deployed to respond to fight wildfires and deploy warships to counter oceanic heating pumps with remote submersibles to apply 15 parts per million of 4-tertiary-butyl-catechol (TBC) to extinguish self-combusting styrene railcars, for only three months, cable them out and swiftly get them to a refinery for conversion to a more stable hydrocarbon, finder keeper. The Department is transitioning from being just a mission focused organization to one that is capable of also ensuring accountability. Secretary Austin has done a great job at improving accounting, even the Air Force made an accurate request for the first time in recent history, but was defeated by the Iron Law of Wages - it is essential for armed services spending to grow 3 percent and employment 1 percent annually pursuant to Engel's law (post-1980) FY 23 and FY 24 and thereafter.


Foreign Relations Audit of UN Depression HA-24-9-21


The gold standard for coronavirus diagnosis and treatment is hydrocortisone, eucalyptus, lavender, peppermint or salt helps water cure coronavirus colds. The Biden Administration has done well to reverse Trump Administration budget cuts, the US will help voluntarily sustain the economic self-injuring UN, until appropriates are adequate in 2023 pursuant to this audit, and even proposes to pay $75 million to renew UNESCO membership and discuss arrears. To get total State Department from $63.8 billion FY 22 to more than $7 billion FY 25 in less than 42 months, 4 percent inflation is necessary to profit from seemingly all-mighty, poisonous and economically depressing prophecy (Revelation 13:10). USAID is immediately advised to convert $294 million Countering People Republic of China Malign Influence Funding (CPMIF) to Haitian Earthquake relief and repeal FBI representation on exchange committee 28CFR§0.87. For the United Nations to ensure adequate funding without hyperinflation, the Fifth Committee needs to change their annual budget formula from (current year budget – technical adjustments + 1.6 percent recosting = -2.8 percent reduction) to (current year budget – technical adjustments + 3 percent recosting = 2.5 percent economic growth). After considerably longer than 42 months of persecution with budget cuts between $6 and $7 billion, UN Peacekeeping appropriation must increase to $7 billion (2022-2023) plus 3 percent inflation every year thereafter pursuant to Fifth Committee rule-making under Art. IV, Art. V(3)(b-d) and Art. VI of the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (2012).