"Economic Decision-Making Is an Activity Subject to Congress's Commerce Clause Power," announces the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, Judge Gladys Kessler presiding.
With respect, I've a really hard time not finding that preposterous.
The judge even admits she is dealing with "mental activity," and proceeds to brook no distinction between it and "physical activity" for the purposes of assessing federal regulatory power. I mean, wow.
Just ... wow.
Mead v. Holder (.pdf; 64 pgs)