like in so many other cases in "neo-law", the "Commerce Clause" of the US Constitution has been twisted in order to establish greater control over the individual, as well as for increased revenues through legalized extortion.
the most important statement in the article, IMHO:
"The Commerce Clause was really put there, essentially, to create a free-trade zone for the United States, not to give Congress power over all economic activity."
"free-trade" really means, trade free from intervention, of entities outside of the trade... including government.
on this most fundamental principle, anything outside of "free-trade" is not free.
how many things can you personally think of that can be truthfully considered free?
bernard baruch carman
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