Sorry, Play Justice Dale is not vested with the judicial power of the United States.<quoted text>Don't need one, everyone knows the Constitution is the supreme law of the land, except for you.
“The constitution is the supreme law, the judicial power extends to all cases arising in law and equity under it; and the courts of the United States are, and, in the last resort, the supreme court of the United States is, to be vested with this judicial power. No man can doubt or deny, that the power to construe the constitution is a judicial power.” Joseph Story, Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States,§ 366 (1833).
Fantastic answer from a mature and reasonable adult, Justice Dolt.
You could end this very easily by just posting a Supreme Court decision that supports your uneducated opinion of jurisdiction.
It's really simple.