Have You Met Sheriff Richard Mack?

Posted on March 11, 2010. Filed under: General Info | Tags: , , , , |

 
From his website:
 
Hi, I’m Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, and long-time crusader for freedom and individual rights. Right now, it is vital that we restore the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. The greatest threat we face today is not terrorists; it is our own federal government. If America is conquered or ruined it will be from within, not a foreign enemy. In 1994 I filed a lawsuit challenging the Brady bill to stop the federal government from forcing another unfunded mandate down our throats. I won a decision at the US Supreme Court on the issue of States’ rights. This suit catapulted me to national attention, with television appearances on the Donahue Show, Good Morning America, Crossfire, Nightline, CNBC, and SHOWTIME’S the AMERICAN CANDIDATE. I’ve been on over 500 radio talk shows nationwide, ranging from G. Gordon Liddy and Charles Goyette to Derry Brownfield and Pat Buchannan. I have traveled the country extensively and I’ve seen first hand the horrible side effects from politicians who have replaced our Constitution with their own political agendas and party platforms.

I lecture and give seminars on constitutional issues relating to gun control, law enforcement, States’ rights, the farce, otherwise known as the drug war, and the oath of office. I have also been a consultant for lawyers, and people in general helping them with cases of unlawful arrests and police misconduct. I have stood for “the little guy” against “big brother” government.

On this site you’ll find many articles and extracts from books I’ve written on many subjects related to maintaining our freedom as a people. I am deeply committed to the belief that government should exist to protect the freedoms of the individuals whom it serves. We must return to those principles that our country was founded upon!

The founders of our nation were afraid of one thing more than any other… government having too much power! Remember, they escaped from the tyranny of an oppressive and controlling government when they established this nation. They fought and died for it, and now we are letting these same freedoms they fought for slip away little by little, without a second thought.

Please join me in the fight to regain our rights, while the price to pay is less than death. I am committed to doing all we can peacefully to get our country back.

In order to succeed, we must first make ourselves aware of the problem. We must educate ourselves, and then we can know what action to take. One of the best and easiest solutions is to depend on local officials, especially the sheriff, to stand against federal intervention and federal criminality.

And this is the purpose of my work: I write and speak so that others will become educated and free.

  • What rights does the constitution actually guarantee?
  • Why is it important that we not allow our means of self-defense to be taken from us?
  • What are the dangers of giving government too much power?
  • What can we do to remain strong as individuals and families, so that we can remain strong as a nation?
  • How do we win the war on illegal drugs?
  • What can the sheriff do to protect us from all enemies, both foreign and domestic?

Please take a few moments to read and think about these things. It really may be a life or death situation!

Books he has written (which are available in bulk lots for 912 and teaparty groups):

From My Cold Dead Fingers- Why America Needs Guns

The Proper Role Of Law Enforcement- What every citizen should know. What every cop should believe

His website also has info on numerous upcoming speaking engagements, and additional videos including this one on your second amendment rights:

Your gun rights are being seriously threatened by the UN Small Arms Treaty which our current administration is in favor of. If you are unaware that your gun rights are being immediately threatened, please see: 2010: The year the second amendment dies?

 

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