Judges only have the power that the legislature gives them. Naturally, they try to get as much power as possible but whatever they get is given by the legislature. Remember, it is the legislature that established the courts in the first place and pays them.I asked you two questions. You attempted to answer the first (but did not) and you did not address the second.
Your attempted answer to my first question is nonsense as it talks about jurisdiction which is not what you claimed.
You need to understand the cases that explain footnote 158 in order to understand where you went wrong.
Including the limitation noted: "Some judges, however, have expressed the opinion that Congress’s authority is limited by provisions of the Constitution such as the Due Process Clause, so that a limitation on jurisdiction that denied a litigant access to any remedy might be unconstitutional. "