Constitutional Forum featuring Sheriff Richard Mack in Mountain View

The forum will take place on November 10, 2009 at the Ozark Folk Center.
For additional information, call 501-366-0640.

Who should attend?

Law Enforcement and Military Personnel – Active and Retired


All Concerned Americans

If you believe in:

*       The sovereignty of individual states as defined in the US
*       Limited federal government
*       Taking a strong stand against the federal government’s intrusion
into state affairs
*       The protection of individual rights as defined in the Bill of Rights
*       The sovereignty of the US and Arkansas should be preserved for
citizens or legal aliens

Then you need to attend this Constitutional Forum!
Featured Speaker

Sheriff Richard Mack
The renowned Arizona Sheriff, who fought the Feds and defeated The
Brady Bill.  He went to the US Supreme Court and WON, a Huge Victory for our
2nd and 10th Amendment Rights. Sheriff Mack, author of his latest book, “The
County Sheriff, America’s Last Hope” will conduct a book signing following
the forum.

Sheriff Mack’s Life History
Author/speaker and former sheriff, Richard Mack, has served in a wide
variety of roles over the course of his nearly twenty year career in law
enforcement, which began in Provo, Utah.  Mack began his career with the
Provo Police Department as a parking enforcement cadet while attending BYU.
A couple of years later he became a full-time officer and was soon promoted
to Corporal, Sergeant, and Detective.  His most traumatic experience there
was a one-year assignment as an undercover narcotics agent. After nearly 11
years at Provo PD, Mack decided to return to his childhood turf in Arizona
and run for Graham County Sheriff.  His campaign took off and he was elected
in 1988.

He was sheriff for two terms until 1997.  He was named Elected Official of
the Year by the Arizona-New Mexico Coalition of Counties in 1994, received
the NRA Law Officer of the Year, and inducted into the NRA Hall of Fame,
1995 Cicero Award, Samuel Adams Leadership Award from the Local Sovereignty
Coalition, and Gun Owners of America Defender of the Second Amendment Award.

During his tenure, federal officers informed the sheriffs of the state that
they would be required to enforce the so-called “Brady Bill” and run
background checks at their expense under the law. In 1994, Mack and six
other sheriffs from across the country, challenged the constitutionality of
the Brady Bill and ultimately, fought it all the way to the United States
Supreme Court, where they won a monumental decision for freedom.