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|overtheedge||Re: Beer v US judicial compensation linked to gold|
LipCa, definition #2. Too many inter-linked variables to even make a reasonable guess.
|LipCa||Re: Beer v US judicial compensation linked to gold|
Definition of GONZO
1: idiosyncratically subjective but engagé <gonzo journalism>
3: freewheeling or unconventional especially to the point of outrageousness <a gonzo comedian>
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Origin of GONZO
First Known Use: 1971
|overtheedge||Beer v US judicial compensation linked to gold|
Reading court cases is no fun, but this one links federal judge compensation to gold under the Constitution and the coinage act.
You thought stuff was weird before, but this one has serious implications. No doubt gov't will appeal to SCOTUS.
Then we have the matter of the legislative and executive branches under the same umbrella. Then what about all the equal protection clauses?
Oh, its 61 pages long in pdf.
Yep, things getting hot and bound to get hotter. If SCOTUS upholds the opinion, the official valuation of gold/silver could go gonzo.
But read it for yourself, reach your own conclusions.