Comment: Pointing out a man like Chase

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Pointing out a man like Chase

ending up being Chief Justice with all of this fraud surrounding him gives a tiny glimpse of an important point about the Supreme Court and case law in general. We cannot allow the Supreme Court to have final say in our interpretations of law. The Supreme Court is just as corruptible as any other entity. From my studies of Law I find that one must disregard case law as valid that is not in strict logical congruency with all applicable law.

Any interpretation of law from a court or otherwise must be viewed for its integrity in upholding all protections and reason of law. Chase's slimy positioning into institutionalizing crime demonstrates how history and courts can be corrupted and thus means their interpretations are not end all be all gospel of what is correct law but more of a barometer of the lawfulness of the State and the People. If we ever accept the notion that all court interpretations are Common Law and applicable to shaping law then this would require People throughout history to acknowledge court rulings under dictatorial regimes and corrupt courts as applicable law.

The ebb and flow of tyranny throughout civilizations of the past and pinpoint instances like Chase demonstrate that Law is not just about courts having the final say; it is about what is the path that breaks no law to enforce law. I believe this should be the guiding principle when studying law to find out what is real law vs color of law.

Great Nugget MaxK. Thanks!

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