What would happen to the UNITED States if every state had to run under Federal Law?
The 10th Am is a residue amendment meaning that the states can only have those powers not already taken by the federal gov. The Supremacy Clause trumps the states. The Supreme Court has favored the gov for the 3/4 of a century in using the Interstate Commerce Clause to expand the scope and size of the federal gov. Now we are living the joke, of making a mountain out of a mole hill. Does one size fit all? Didn't the US get its power from the diversity of the states, and people that like the way the state did things moved to that state. What about removing state legislatures, no longer needed
by Mike Russo16 months ago
People are protesting President Elect Trump? Because Hillary won the popular vote by .3% Trump = 47.4%, Hillary = 47.7%, but she lost the electoral college. That means more people voted for Hillary's platform than for...
by The Medicine Man13 months ago
Should States Be Allowed To Secede From The Union of the United States Of America?Which Could Effectively End The Union That So Many died during the Civil War to maintain.
by ahorseback4 years ago
Do you believe that a strong ,central federal government is positively a must !After all wouldn't there would be fifty different forms of policies in state government ! I believe a federal government...
by egiv8 years ago
And also to those who claim liberals don't argue with statistics:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/05/opini … ref=global
by safiq ali patel5 years ago
From January 1st 2013 Taxes in the United States of America go upwards. People in the United States of America will pay higher taxes from this day. What is your opinion of these Tax Rises?
by Deb Welch6 years ago
There are so many miltary bases that are not being usedanymore in every state. The homeless problem has become a horribleshame and a growing one. Why couldn't these bases be used forthe homeless? This...
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