The Judicial Trinity as Law of The Land
Once upon a time, juries were the sole arbiters of both facts and law, and the courts published written opinions. Today, judges violate litigant’s civil rights by deciding cases 1) cert denied without opinions, 2) with unpublished opinions, and 3) juries no longer are sole arbiters of law1.
At the annoyance of bureaucrats and judges, the right to petition2, without limitation to the number of petitions when petitions go unanswered, is more important than the right to vote. When you vote, you drop a ballot in the box and then go home, have a beer, and watch what the politicians and news anchor camp followers say while the political spectacle unfolds. But the right to petition, if it exists at all, means that people can stand up and demand answers from their politicians, bureaucrats and judges. If things get real bad citizens take to the streets. From what follows below, I do not believe that the American judicial system provides people with answers to their petitions. Indeed, it has evolved into the most dangerous part of American government. Lets see how and why.
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