We The People

We The People

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Does Congress not realize it has the complete power to rein in rogue courts?

Does Congress not realize it has the complete power to rein in rogue courts?:

 "Indeed, the fact that the Constitution granted the court jurisdiction only over the subject matter vested in it by the Congress is a clear indication that the judiciary was never meant to be the sole and final arbiter of constitutionality. This point can also be gleaned from the fact that courts may only give their opinion on the constitutionality of a statute in “cases and controversies properly before them,” [2] which was manifestly violated in this case in the Ninth Circuit."