Sometimes the words and concepts of the Constitution can be confusing, but when we apply simple analogies they become crystal clear.
For instance, if a car seller and an interested buyer are trying to decide how well a car runs so they take it to a mechanic to run a standardized test on it, does that mean the mechanic then gets to tell the buyer and seller what price the car has to be sold for? What does this analogy have to do with the Interstate Commerce Clause? That’s what this presentation will help you discover! (I’ll give you a hint: Decisions about buying and selling belong to the people and to the states. The federal government’s job isn’t to tell people what they can and can’t buy. Their only job is to set the standards so that states don’t beat each other up like they were doing back in 1787!).
In this presentation you’ll have fun learning the powerful principles of freedom found in the Constitution and you’ll find out why the Interstate Commerce Clause is one of the Five Clauses Everyone Should Know!
Here is a short clip from Part 5 – The Interstate Commerce Clause.