I'm getting excited for a potential decision on Obamacare tomorrow. I will not, however, book a honeymoon before she says yes. Even more exciting than that is the that Scalia is now hot under the collar about the 1942 precedent for the Interstate Commerce Clause. If anybody follows decisions and majority opinions you will know that this seemingly insignificant case about consuming wheat on your own farm has been the source of the overbearing government we have today. The Wikipedia of the case If anybody wants some biased information on it (I won't pretend something with Mark Levin speaking is objective) here's some more stuff. The Levin video on this page lets you learn with your ears and look at new Trijicon optics with your eyes. http://www.thefilburnfoundation.com/references.html In the hypothetical world where this decision is overturned, what else would you like to see get tossed out? I think I would like about 60% of government agencies to hit the bricks but I wanted to poll some people and see what they think is the most egregious law that is only legitimate based on this 70 year old precedent. FYI: This is the article that got me started on all this tonight. http://hotair.com/archives/2012/06/18/new-scalia-book-landmark-supreme-court-decision-in-1942-expanded-commerce-clause-beyond-all-reason/ Wanna kill these ads? We can help!