As I said, even a small business that only sells its products and services to a small down uses and benefits from interstate commerce. Commerce simply doesn't occur on the same small scale that it could in 1789.Also, considering that anti-discrimination laws affect trade within states that entire excuse of yours doesn't work even if you were right on the powers granted by the commerce clause.
The commerce clause does not list members. As above, I don't think you have any idea how our laws or our governments actually work.If you ever took the time to notice all the members listed in the commerce clause are governments and that wasn't by mistake.
The ninth. The same one that covers coffee, sweaters, and basically every other thing you do that isn't expression. The ninth exists basically for the sole purpose of telling people, in the words of the Georgia delegation at the constitutional convention "If we list a set of rights, some fools in the future are going to claim that people are entitled only to those rights enumerated and no others." Congratulations on being foreseen by some of the founders.Which amendment covers horses?