Adask's law

The federal gov-co passes roughly 20,000 legislative provisions each year that (probably) violate the Constitution.  The sheer volume of federal legislation and rule-making makes enforcement of constitutional premises practically impossible.

About 8,000 case reach the US Supreme Court each year. Most of these cases are based on alleged violations of the Constitution.  These appeals cost litigants between $100,000 and $1 million each. The Supreme Court only hears about 80 cases each year.  Thus, at least 99% of litigants alleging violations of the Constitution aren’t even heard.

Why does this deprivation of the right to redress of grievances take place?  Because the feds passed laws that allow cases filed by plaintiffs in State courts to be summarily “removed” by defendants (especially governmental defendants) to the federal courts.  Result?  The federal courts (especially the Supreme Court) have been overwhelmed with cases that should have remained at the State level. …

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