I see what your saying and I agree that since all government officials take an oath to uphold and defend the constitution, they are ALL duty bound to do the same. BUT when there is a disagreement as to whether a law or mandate is constitutional, is not the the Supreme Court’s duty to render an opinion that decides the issue? I don’t agree that we have a “judicial oligarchy” yet Why? Because it’s most officers of government, at all levels, in every branch including the judiciary that are not keeping their oath to uphold and defend the constitution. The executive and legislative branches do this by just ignoring the constitution when it does not suit their agenda and the courts do this by not accepting cases they should accept or by prematurely dismissing cases on technicalities like standing. So I think what we have here is sick corrupt government at all levels.
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In particular cases that come before them. That's it.