I'd suggest abit of reading from Adam Smith.
I've done more than my fair share of reading.
You would be hard pressed to find just about any industry that does not have some sort of dependence or interaction with the federal government. My point was that the legislature points to interstate commerce as their right to get involved.
When I was in college, my university was trying VERY hard to refuse any type of direct funding or grants from the feds. They wanted to be as far away as possible from government interference. The feds nailed them on the financial aide the students received in order to attend school. That crack was all they needed to begin pushing the school on its core electives, whatever.
The cat is out of the bag. The bureaucrats will never let the golden goose be slaughtered.
I'm not saying I want a tax free society. I'm merely pointing out the near impossibility of one occurring here in the states.
If you want to live a pipe dream fine with me.