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    Lightbulb State Intrastate Commerce Powers vs. National Interstate Commerce Powers

    Howdy fellow inmates of planet Lawyer,

    Why would the government NOT teach EVERYONE about the difference between a State's Intrastate Commerce Powers and National Interstate Commerce Powers?

    Answer: so local governments (state/county/municipal) will be able to encroach on Interstate Commerce and get away with it, as well as being able to apply/enforce state/local laws OUTSIDE of the authoring state.

    It's obvious the People know-not the difference and their governments are getting away with stealing the People's RIGHTS and POWERS from them and then using them against you in an unconstitutional manner.

    Like, for instance, Traffic Law. ALL navigable by-ways of the United States are governed by Interstate Commerce, which ONLY Congress has that Power, so how can state, county, and/or municipal laws, impede on Interstate Commerce and they get away with it?

    Answer: the Lawyers on the Bench are letting them get away with it.

    http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-suprem...t/314/160.html

    "Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution delegates to the Congress the authority to regulate interstate commerce. And it is settled beyond question that the transportation of persons is 'commerce', within the meaning of that provision. It is nevertheless true that the States are not wholly precluded from exercising their police power in matters of local concern even though they may thereby affect interstate commerce."

    Where the Lawyers established encroachment powers is by the use of the phrase "matters of local concern" instead of using "matters of intrastate commerce concern" to properly define the situation and from that inappropriate statement, the states, counties, and municipalities, are ALL encroaching on Congress's Interstate Commerce Powers; and, at the same time, they are DRIVING-UP the PRICE of EVERYTHING, since any interference with Interstate Commerce automatically increases costs and the additional costs are ALWAYS passed-on to the customer, you.

    That's why ONLY Congress may legislate over Interstate Commerce matters. The states, counties, and municipalities, can ONLY enforce FEDERAL LAWS pertaining to Interstate Commerce, they may not enact local legislation to occupy Interstate Commerce like they've been doing but the Republic of California does what it wants to:





    Interstates in the United States are FEDERAL and belong to Congress for the purposes of legislation, and the federal interstate highway signs are not supposed to have the state's name on them but the Republic of California does whatever they want.

    I find it interesting that the People of the United States are so stupid, they don't know the states cannot call themselves anything but a state, they may not call themselves a Commonwealth or Free State or Republic, they can only call themselves a state. Congress has the Power to create Commonwealths but only when warranted, like with Porto Rico, since it is owned wholly by a Sovereign Indigenous American Tribe.

    The People of the United States are truly dumb-as-pHuck, especially when it pertains to Law!

    Ribbit

    Ps: Here's a federal interstate sign in Arkansas (where I'm from):



    Notice there is no mention of "state" on the I-40 Interstate Sign.

    Ribbit-Rubbit-Ribbit

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    Default Re: State Intrastate Commerce Powers vs. National Interstate Commerce Powers

    Your understanding of this issue is, well, poor. Travel within a particular state or locality is with the jurisdiction of that state or locality to regulate. That has always been the case, and a court would, to be blunt, laugh you out of court if you made the argument you made here. Interstate highways are by federal law joint federal/state roadways and the states certainly may regulate the speed and other traffic rules for travel on those roads. Moreover, it is not the case that only Congress may enact laws that may impact interstate commerce. Where Congress has acted federal law will, of course, trump the state or local law. But where Congress has not acted a state or local government may act for matters within their borders.

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    Default Re: State Intrastate Commerce Powers vs. National Interstate Commerce Powers

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    Your understanding of this issue is, well, poor. Travel within a particular state or locality is with the jurisdiction of that state or locality to regulate. That has always been the case, and a court would, to be blunt, laugh you out of court if you made the argument you made here. Interstate highways are by federal law joint federal/state roadways and the states certainly may regulate the speed and other traffic rules for travel on those roads. Moreover, it is not the case that only Congress may enact laws that may impact interstate commerce. Where Congress has acted federal law will, of course, trump the state or local law. But where Congress has not acted a state or local government may act for matters within their borders.
    That statement is PURE Statesism (Nazism) speaking, which is what ALL Lawyers are being taught in Law School nationwide but the Sheeple don't know it.

    Plus, you are speaking of the Lawyer's version of Interstate Commerce Doctrine which is VOID of the Doctrine of SEPERATION OF POWERS that is applicable but the LAWYERS ON THE BENCH NEVER APPLY IT.

    Riddle WE tHis:

    In the eWe-knighted States of Lawyers, what's the difference between a Judge and an Attorney AT Law?

    Answer: a Robe, s Gavel, and a Nameplate.

    I see you don't understand the Slaughterhouse Cases nor the Passenger Cases?

    Ribbit

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    Default Re: State Intrastate Commerce Powers vs. National Interstate Commerce Powers

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    That statement is PURE Statesism (Nazism) speaking, which is what ALL Lawyers are being taught in Law School nationwide but the Sheeple don't know it.
    Godwin’s Law in full operation here. Your are entitled to believe the tripe you read on websites that spew the kind of misinformation you posted here if you like. Folks like you who believe that stuff without independently studying the law to learn the truth are the real “sheeple” to use your phrase. If you choose to wallow in ignorance rather than actually study the law then nothing I say can help you.

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    Default Re: State Intrastate Commerce Powers vs. National Interstate Commerce Powers

    Why would the government NOT teach EVERYONE about the difference between a State's Intrastate Commerce Powers and National Interstate Commerce Powers?
    because they are not obligated to nor engaged to teach everyone about the difference between a state's interstate commerce powers and national interstate commerce powers.

    =Toad Uoff;9353





    The People of the United States are truly dumb-as-pHuck, especially when it pertains to Law!




    well, at least the one that posts on this forum under the username Toad Uoff is. That is becoming more and more obvious the more he posts here.

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