For the article on the Ninth Amendment, it says Professor Laurence Tribe shares this view: "It is a common error, but an error nonetheless, to talk of 'ninth amendment rights.' The ninth amendment is not a source of rights as such; it is simply a rule about how to read the Constitution." Likewise, Justice Antonin Scalia has expressed the same view, in Troxel v. Granville (2000)
If they actually read Justice Scalia's full dissent thoroughly, they'd see he said I do not believe that the power which the Constitution confers upon me as a judge entitles me to deny legal effect to laws that (in my view) infringe upon what is (in my view) that unenumerated right.
Justice Scalia believes the ninth amendment is a source of rights; he's just too much of a coward to affirm them or give a better reason to deny them than "states can legislate better than the nation".