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Feasance

The Law Has To Be Good

There are many practices commonly used today that would be better if they were curtailed. Reformation would be a practical standard of conduct change for inprovement.

Information and logistic changes have had a mixed application on Capitalism plus Human Rights.

A short list of two: the education of the people, and the time the people spend employed. The use of Energy is a primary element of a healthy economy.

Energy use encompasses adding a value to market or an increase in value of a location or the value of a product.

Mixing the two brings up the issue of money.

Money is collected by taxation, mainly income tax. The tax base is complex and customizable for acquiring and spending. Some taxes are paid and others excused by the internal process of the IRS.

Expecting tax money for funding an A.R.R.A bill of 2009 project has’t past. A tax credit is also being considered funding this instant project (PPP).  Funding from Congress during their LAPSE would exhibit GOOD FAITH AND FAIR DEALING for funding any transactions due after the failure of Congress to provide a corporate charter instead of an Alter Ego of five-hundred (535) sole members of Congress. And, the inclusion of all the employees of the former independent agency.

Back to taxes, human rights are a necessary government policy. An appropriate name, Redress Credit. e.g.,

Separate People’s funding is a necessity for favoring Human Rights National development in America.

Nonfeasance

The omission of some act that ought to have been performed.

Malfeasance

The performance by a public official of an act that is legally unjustified, harmful, or contrary to law; wrongdoing (used especially of an act in violation of a public trust).

Misfeasance

wrong, actual or alleged, arising from or consisting of affirmative action.
The wrongful performance of a normally lawful act; the wrongful and injurious exercise of lawful authority.