More than 450 teachers and other school employees from around Ohio have applied for 24 spots in a free firearms-training program being offered by the Buckeye Firearms Association.
Isn’t it amazing that British Petroleum, which got a big Libyan oil contract due to Mr. Obama releasing the non-sick Lockerbie bomber, just happens after Obama “says he will open oil exploration” which is no exploration at all, to blow up an offshore oil well it was drilling.
As more people became dissatisfied with federal government controls and land grabs, it was inevitable that local law enforcement would eventually see the bigger picture.
At the northern California fairgrounds of Yreka last month, seven California sheriffs and another from Oregon gathered with a large group of citizens to say that they are finally going to do something about it.
In this 3-part video interview with Tony DeMeo, Sheriff of Nye County, Nevada, he explains that he is a Constitutional Sheriff and that authority for public office holders is derived from the people.
He tells the story about how he used the Constitution as his foundation in the saga of Nye County rancher Wayne Hage’s disputes over encroachments by the federal government.
While Wayne Hage’s case centered around property rights in federally managed lands, Sheriff Tony DeMeo’s example is relevant for everyone to understand the power of local government, the importance of following the Constitution and upholding the Tenth Amendment (states’ rights and sovereignty).
Guerena died on May 5 when a SWAT team arrived at his Pima County home to serve a search warrant. The SWAT team’s attorney has said that when the team broke down the door, they saw Guerena standing there with a rifle and that he said, “I’ve got something for you.” The team then opened fire, expending 71 rounds and hitting Guerena 60 times.