Here is an interesting article I found concerning the 10th admendment. by Michael Maharrey Paul Abrams trotted out one of the favorite progressive arguments for virtually unlimited federal power in a March 9 Huffington Post article. The good ole general welfare clause. Abrams brings quite an academic pedigree to the party. Yale educated, summa cum laude, multiple advanced degrees which goes to show an Ivy League education doesnt necessarily guarantee a student will actually graduate knowing anything. OK, perhaps thats a bit harsh. He may be a fine lawyer and an excellent medical doctor, but a constitutional scholar not so much. The rest can be found here: General Misunderstandings Tenth Amendment Center The federal govt was given enumerated powers in the constitution and have for years over stepped those bounds. The supreme court being one of the worst offenders. Executive orders also come to mind. What is everybody elses mind set on this? And how would we go about fixing the problem and give states the power that they should have?