This, of course, is what we all "know" because this is what the Court over the years has ruled regarding the "commerce clause".
But after hearing what was intended by the creators of this country, who had more integrity in their little finger than the whole of the judicial system of the last 100 years, my blood boils when I read how the commerce clause has been perverted.
When the Constitution said the federal government
had the power to regulate interstate commerce, under common useage of the day, regulate meant to make regular. As I understand it, what they were trying to prevent was one state restricting commerce passing between other states, but thru the first state. To make it "regular". An admirable objective.
So whenever the "commerce clause" is used as it has been so often, you can bet that not just better, but great men
are rolling over in their graves.