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    Tag: Sheriff

    The Most Important Elected Position

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Thu Dec 05, 2013 at 09:26:25 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Law Enfocement, 2nd Amendment, Gun Rights, Right To Keep And Bear Arms, Mason County, Sheriff, Real Heroes, Constitution, Ted Schendel, Nick Finch, Kim Cole (all tags)

    That people who value the constitution should be concerned about.

    No 'law enforcement' activity can lawfully occur in your county without the sheriff being aware, or present directly, or through deputies.  No federal operation can legally enacted without the cooperation of the county sheriff's office. Its a fact.  The federal authorities have no arrest jurisdiction in the state of Michigan or any other 'sovereign' state without the assistance of local authorities, and in particular the highest local authority; the ELECTED sheriff.

    What is important to remember when voting to fill this position, is whether he will be upholding the constitution, or collaborating with federal or rogue state agencies, which all too often seem to abridge constitutional protections as a matter of convenience.

    We have highlighted a couple of TRUE county servants in the past.

    Continue below the fold for who they were, and more good news.

    (516 words in story) Full Story

    Culture of Coruuption in Kalkaska alive and well...

    By retvet242, Section News
    Posted on Fri Aug 09, 2013 at 08:21:49 AM EST
    Tags: Michigan, Corruption, Kalkaska, Sheriff, Perks (all tags)

    I'm tired of this...time to up the stakes...

    Just sent this to the editor of our County rag...

    (2 comments, 188 words in story) Full Story

    A Message To Our Legislators - Beware False Choices

    Benzie Sheriff Receives Constitution Defender Honor

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Wed Mar 27, 2013 at 10:52:01 AM EST
    Tags: Michigan, 2nd Amendment, Gun Control, Firearms, Sheriff, Ted Schendel, Benzie County, Constitution, Defender Award, Constitution Celebration, CSPOA, Sheriff Mack, Supreme Court (all tags)

    The Benzie county sheriff Ted Schendel, received the Constitution Defender Award yesterday at the Benzie County Commission meeting drawing applause from the 50 or so present.

    The award is given to 3 or 4 each year, with a 'Grand Defender' being chosen from those, and announced during the annual constitution celebration event in Acme MI. This year's event is Sept 15.  The award reads:

    "Has been recognized by the Constitution Celebration Committee and membership as a person of  indefatigable character,  who abides by the laws of our country, and defends with vigor, the principles of its founding by lawful means.

    This persons' actions have had a positive impact on the community, and have promoted a better understanding of our founding documents through writings or actions and has shown  a willingness to resist usurpation of the rights granted by our Constitution.                    

    This defender specifically represented his community as a 2nd amendment advocate, not when it was convenient, but as infringement by other authority was being advanced. He supported the United States Constitution through outreach and strength, with unfailing dedication towards preserving tradition for our children and beyond."

    Mr Schendel upheld his oath.

    This video provides a pretty good explanation WHY this Sheriff was chosen.

    We thank him.

    And the Benzie Sheriff is not alone.

    Below the fold ~

    (10 comments, 512 words in story) Full Story

    Kalkaska County Cleanup...

    By retvet242, Section News
    Posted on Sun Jan 15, 2012 at 08:35:45 PM EST
    Tags: Kalkaska Tea Party, Michigan, Conservatives, Prosecutor, Court, sheriff (all tags)

    The immediate future of the Kalkaska Tea Party and Citizens for Better Government...

    We will not be going away...

    (439 words in story) Full Story

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