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Mason Tea Party Hosts Sheriff Richard Mack
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 • Posted November 2, 2011

Join the Mason Tea Party at its next general meeting on Thursday, November 10, 6:30 p.m. at the Richard P. Eckert Civic Center, 1024 McKinley. Hear guest speaker Sheriff Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona and long time crusader for freedom and individual rights speak on “State Sovereignty the Only Real Solutions.” “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,” states Sheriff Mack. “If America is conquered or ruined it will be from within, not a foreign enemy.”In 1994, Sheriff Mack filed a lawsuit challenging the Brady bill to stop the federal government from forcing an unfunded mandate. He won the decision at the US Supreme Court on the issue of States’ rights.Sheriff Mack has spoken at Tea Party rallies from Hawaii to Maine and has captured national attention on over 500 radio talk shows and television news interviews. He recently relocated to Fredericksburg, Texas to continue his initiative to restore freedom and individual rights. “We are excited to have Sheriff Mack speak at our next meeting and look forward to hearing about his nationwide efforts to restore freedom and individual rights,” states Larry Kemp of the Mason Tea Party. “We are honored to have his national headquarters in Fredericksburg where patriots from the Texas hill country can become a vital part of his initiative.”No RSVP required for this event.The Mason Tea Party is non-partisan and does not endorse any political party or candidate. Our mission is to educate voters and to encourage the return of the government to the ideals of the Founders as defined in the Constitution. We welcome all like-minded individuals regardless of their party affiliation.

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