Liberty Township, OH – Former Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack is an author, speaker, and long-time crusader for freedom and individual rights. He has been in law enforcement for about 20 years and about half of that includes serving as Arizona’s Sheriff, according to his website. He filed a lawsuit against the Brady bill to “stop the federal government from forcing another unfunded mandate down our throats” and won a US Supreme Court issue of State’s rights. This particular case brought him national attention and appearances on television shows such as the Donahue Show, Good Morning America, Crossfire, Nightline, CNBC and Showtime’s American Candidate. He has also been a guest on over 500 talk radio shows across the nation.
Sheriff Mack says that, “I have traveled the country extensively and I’ve seen firsthand the horrible side effects from politicians who have replaced our Constitution with their own political agendas and party platforms.”
As someone who has a heart to write and speak so that others will become educated and free, he says he has written a great deal on “subjects related to maintaining our freedom as a people,” and he is, “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!”
Mack will be discussing the impact of Constitutional law on states and individuals, and will offer insight into the following areas:
* 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?
Sheriff Mack will be speaking on Thursday, March 11, 2010 at:
Lakota East Freshman Campus Auditorium
7630 Bethany Rd.
Liberty Township, OH. 45044
Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
There is a fee of $10 dollars for adults and $5 dollars for students to help cover the cost.
Please RSVP at Cincinnati 912 Project Sheriff Mack registration
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