A monopoly on intergalactic foreign trade?

I picked up what follows from John Ross’s summary of federal court cases on the Volokh Report. I have nothing to say about this, except…

“The plaintiff, a lawyer who styles himself both a monarch and a deity, brought claims on behalf of an Indian tribe alleging that [the state of Louisiana and the United States of America] have, among other misdeeds, monopolized ‘intergalactic foreign trade.'” And his claims cannot proceed, says the Fifth Circuit.

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