The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are (reserved power clause) reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
Constitution Universal set
Bill of Rights and Amendments Subset of Universal set
10th Amendment Subset of Bill of Rights
Delegated Clause and Reserved power clause Subset of 10th amendment
Power of representation subsists at quasi equal populated districts.
Reserved power clause adds and repeals amendments.
ARTICLE V and reserved power clause impeaches President, judges and senators.
Wage taxes revert to sale taxes.
ARTICLE V and reserved power clause repeals the 16th amendment, 17th amendment, “Roe versus wade” “Same sex marriage,” Federal Reserve Act, ” “No child left behind.”
Reserved power clause executes popularity voting.
Reserved power clause elects President, senators, governors, executive and mayors.
Think power of representation!!!