Should All Confederate Historical Heritage Items, Be Removed From Every State Capital Houses, To Include All City and County Properties?
Should The Confederate memorabilia, Be In A Privately Funded Confederate Museums?
To silence those who use the 10th amendment of the United States Constitution to justify the confederate flag being flown over South Carolina state buildings arguments..
The 10th amendment was ratified on December 15, 1791. It expresses the principle of federalism, which under girds the entire plan of the original Constitution, by stating that the federal government possesses only those powers delegated to it by the Constitution. All remaining powers are reserved for the states or the people. In drafting this amendment, its framers had two purposes in mind: first, as a necessary rule of construction; and second, as a reaffirmation of the nature of the federal system. The fact remains that the federal government possesses powers diretly delegated to it by the constitution. The remaining powers are reserved for the states or the people. Infringement of the constitution is a direct violation of both state and federal laws. The 10th amendment validates my entire argument, along with Clearance Thomas Texas ruling in regards to the display of the confederate symbols on government properties. The confederate flag is not protected under the first amendment to the United States Constitution, government speaks, citizens' competing free speech rights cannot dictate the content of that government speech. Federal law trump states law on government properties, state government properties, city government properties and county government properties, these properties all fall under and is apart of the United States of America federal government.