If government wants the data, they must obtain a true warrant and I will decrypt it for them.
Even then it seems that you can tell them to go piss up a rope. They can confiscate the device/storage with the warrant but you don't have to give them the password. They then can try to crack it before the heat death of the universe.
but as you mentioned they have no standing to regulate INTRAstate commerce
How I wish that were true. Unfortunately the courts have long held the belief that the interstate commerce clause means that the federal government can not only regulate interstate commerce but also things that have an effect on interstate commerce. Because of this the feds can regulate all commerce such as raising food for my own consumption on my own land that never enters the commercial market.
In "flyover" country not having any broadband/access to fast internet news seems almost a foreign concept. If you're limited to local news and local concepts that is bound to shape your opinion differently to someone who has the internet at your fingertips.
I actually know someone who was involved in bringing high speed internet to their little town several years ago. They were the city manager for a small town in southwest MN that wanted to actually get connected and have some amenities that everyone takes for granted. They managed to get municipal broadband put in and something like municipal cable. Up at my lake property there aren't any utilities to the property and there isn't cell coverage there. The neighbors up there have solar and some small windmills for their power with a battery backup, a well for water, and heat with wood primarily and LP as a supplement and for cooking. Eventually I will put up a small cabin and due to remoteness solar + wind + batteries is economically viable now even without rebates.
You should always assume every tool will break and protect yourself accordingly.
I do assume that but the failure mode of cheap tools is very different from good ones. For example good sockets will just snap and have a big crack in them, I've had this happen hundreds of times from everything from Craftsman up to nice Snap-On and MAC tools, as something will break when you put an 8' steel pipe on the end of a breaker bar. Now with shitty sockets (or shitty tools in general) they will instead shatter. What is interesting is looking at the broken part the good tools had nice tiny grains, the cheap ones that shattered had grains larger than what I have see on brake disks and rotors.
I have a very small mind and must live with it. -- E. Dijkstra