If I was Suited, my response would have been at least five paragraphs.
Take all of the guns. All of them. - Page 86
Just going to toss out there, that except for the 85% black, much of rural Canada could be described thusly.
Better outcomes could be achieved, but I can't say that I'm for stripping away every singe limitation in either case. We all have a line, except anarchists, we just draw it in different places.
The only rural section of Canada I know well is Pointe au Baril.
It didn't, that was just the most politically expedient way to get a nationwide ban on alcohol. Localities can still be dry, which wouldn't be possible if there was a constitutional right to alcohol consumption.
You performed your own "/thread" with the word nationwide. The feds cannot legally do anything that isn't explicitly enumerated in the Constitution. The states can, provided that the states do not infringe upon any "positive rights" expressed therein.
1. Read Ninth Amendment
2. Read Tenth Amendment
3. Explain each in your own words
That's not really true. The SCOTUS continues to find new things included in the enumerated powers, such as abortion, which was hidden in the penumbra. We won't even get into the tax for Obamacare.
Well SCOTUS has been entirely FUBAR since at least Wickard v. Filburn. Roe didn't discover any extra enumerated powers. NIFB v. Sibelius conflated "tax" and "penalty", but it only reaffirmed previous contortions of the general welfare clause - one cannot calculate Infinity Plus One.
Mass shooting in Canada last week and not a single usual suspect ranting about it.