All right here are but a few of the 'simple' ones. Your child's education has been taken over by the federal government not your local board or state....speed limits are monitored by the feds and if the state goes above a certain level they are told to reduce it or lose funding the only part the fed is supposed to regulate is between the states....drug laws are handled at the federal level instead of the state level also...there other examples out there if you look. According to the constitution the federal government was only to regulate between states not within states. Anything within the state itself was to be the states rights to handle not the federal....
Point for point.
Educational minimum standards have been set for the country. Your state can choose to exceed them or add to them if they so choose. For that matter, your city, town or county can do the same to the state standards.
Minimum standards were put into place by our former president, with bipartisan support, because they improve the quality of education for the poorest performers. They do nothing for top performers, but nothing need be done there.
Federal funding for highways, bridges and roads is given to states to be used wisely, and to create safe and reliable interstate traffic. Because the funding is for INTERSTATE traffic, the federal government does get to decide the rules. If you live on a side street, and it doesn't cross a state line, then the federal government has no say.
Drug laws are federal, because in the 20's quacks were selling mineral oil with opium and cocaine in it, and telling people it was good for everything from poor memory to constipation. The FDA was created to oversee what drugs could and could not legally be sold anywhere in the US. If Texas decided that it was legal to prescribe heroin, what would stop people from New Mexico from buying it there and taking it home with them? Do you suppose we should have border checkpoints at all state lines?
And which of these three is a big enough deal to decide that it's time to storm the District of Columbia? Is it that you don't want you child to be able to pass basic tests in English and Math before being sent into the world, or that you want to drive as fast as you'd like, or that it's not as easy to get good drugs on the street anymore?
I don't think that any of the three is a good enough reason to take up arms.