"A very interesting court case has become public, but underreported, whereby US judges are looking to see their payment contracts upheld.
Basically, they have a contract of automatic pay increases which in turn keep them from feeling any effects of an economic downturn or inflationary episode.
Congress tried to stymie this contract but the judges took them to court and won.
Now what’s most interesting about this case is that these “dollars” which they are paid in, or a measure of what a dollar is truly, was marked as 371 1/4 grains of silver or 1 15th as many grains of gold.
When the contract was struck they deemed gold and silver to be the only measure worthy of holding the contract to.
Basically US judges just won a court case which says 100% definitively that gold and silver ARE money, and more than that, they are what all currencies must be measured against."
Any additional infor would be appreciated.