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  • 01:57

    State Sovereignty: Mike Moon and Sheriff Mack

    in Politics Conservative

    It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!!


    Tonight we begin with our Friday night legislative update from Representative Mike Moon. We'll discuss the Campus Free-Expression Act (hearing this week), The Food Freedom Bill (hearing this week), and HB 215 Anti-Commandeering Requirement. We'll also look in on how things are going for MIller and how a bill being heard this week may effect that situation. A hearing will be held this week on a bill that would require any public or private school or day care to announce if a child attending is unvaccinated.


    Then we will chat for a bit with Sheriff Mack, founder of CSPOA. This will be an interesting hour, so don't miss it.


    We'll start Friday night promptly at 7PM Missouri Time. You can join the discussion at 347-677-1835.


     

  • 01:05

    RNN Welcoming Back Sheriff Mack

    in Politics

    Sheriff Mack joined Bob Barnet to bring updates on the CSPOA's goals, and his new book Are You A David? that was delivered to all members of Congress in D.C. Cliven Bundy of the Bundy Ranch in Nevada and Terry Trussell  made cameo appearences in support of Sheriff Mack. Important Information and Great Call!!


    The Republic News Network is a broadcast of the Republic for the United States. The purpose of the RNN is to reach out to the American People with our message of hope, that the American Republic has been restored. We do this by engaging our guests, the behind the scenes movers and shakers in America. Thursday evenings each week we engage experts in business, industry, military, law enforcement, faith, intelligence and other patriotic Americans in an effort to inform the American People of important current events and at the same time educate our guest and listeners about the restored American Republic.


    Our RNN Schedule: Live on Thursday Evenings 9:00 Eastern/ 8:00 Central/ 7:00 Mountain/ 6:00 Pacific.


    Check the Republic website often for General Information and Updates to keep you informed about the interim government restoring operations under the Constitution for the United States of America.
     


    Opinions stated by various contributors to the RNN are not to be considered as endorsed by the officers and members of the Republic for the United States of America. Listeners are urged to use their own discernment to draw their own conclusions.

  • 01:27

    INTERVIEW WITH SHERIFF MACK

    in Politics Conservative

     
    Sheriff Mack and I will discuss the Constitution Party of NC and the Constitutional role of Sheriff. 
    (The Constitution Party's State Convention will be held on the 19th & 20th of August.  Here is a link to the event:  http://www.constitutionpartync.com/convention/index.php)
    Richard Ivan Mack, popularly known as Sheriff Mack, (born 1952) is a former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona and Libertarian candidate for United States Senate election in Arizona, 2006. He is also a member of the Oath Keepers.
    Mack has authored books relating to gun ownership and the role that law enforcement should, in his opinion, play in America. He currently speaks at seminars "on constitutional issues relating to gun control, law enforcement, States' rights, the farce, otherwise known as the drug war, and the oath of office."
    Mack received national attention in Mack v. United States (later restyled to Printz v. United States) in his tenure as a local sheriff for opposition to the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act on the basis that it is unconstitutional due to congressional action to compel state officers to execute Federal law.
    In 2009, Richard Mack appeared in television interviews where he discussed his membership in Oath Keepers and the importance of the police and military in upholding their oaths to the U.S. Constitution.

  • 01:01

    Wallach on Law with Das Williams & Sheriff Mack

    in News

    Wallach on Law.  Gun Legislation & Officer Training, With California Assembly Member Das Williams, And Gun Rights Activist Sheriff Richard Mack (“Sheriff Mack”).  Gun regulation is potentially the most partisan and divisive issue in the U.S.  Some believe that any form of gun regulation in unlawful.  Others don’t believe the Second Amendment provides a right to possess a gun free from regulation.  And others are more concerned with the present – determining that, in the wake of multiple tragedies – the need to better regulate gun access is essential.  This week, Sheriff Mack joins us to explain why he believes gun regulations are illegal, and that our focus should be ending the drug war and improving officer training.  And in the wake of the Isla Vista tragedy, Cal. Assembly Person Das Williams has co-authored a bill that provides a mechanism to keep those who may be unstable temporarily away from weaponry.  He joins us (from the Assembly floor) to discuss his bill as it moves through the California Legislature. 


    Wallach on Law airs on AM stations nationwide on Saturdays at 1:00pm Eastern Time, and can also be heard on iTunes, iHeart Radio.  

  • 03:01

    Sheriff Mack on RNR on the Police State

    in News

    Special Guest: Sheriff Richard Mack On this edition of RNR, we are honored to have Sheriff Richard Mack-- a hero on the frontlines for the fight of our dying Republic.
    Mack spent eleven years with the police department of Provo, Utah, and then moved back to Arizona to run for Graham County Sheriff in 1988. While serving as sheriff, he attended the FBI National Academy and graduated in 1992. In 1994, he was named Elected Official of the Year by the Arizona-New Mexico Coalition of Counties. He was also named the National Rifle Association Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for 1994, and was inducted into the NRA Hall of Fame.

  • 02:01

    GUTS, GUNS, SHERIFFS AND SOVEREIGNTY WITH AMERICA'S SHERIFF RICHARD MACK

    in Radio

    FIRST HOUR: RICHARD MACK


    Sheriff Richard Mack (Ret)


    www.cspoa.org


    www.sheriffmack.com


    Sheriff Mack is best known for challenging the Brady Bill, a gun control scheme requiring local law enforcement to perform background checks on prospective gun purchasers. He maintained that the Federal Government had no authority to command local officials, and became the first sheriff in American history to sue the Federal Government (under the Clinton administration) and win at the US Supreme Court. The case was based on the Tenth Amendment, states rights and local sovereignty.


    Mack is the son of an FBI agent and began his own law enforcement career as a street cop in Provo, Utah. After graduating from BYU in 1978, Mack became an officer with Provo P. D. He was soon promoted to corporal, sergeant, and detective. He spent one year as an undercover narcotics agent. In 1988, Mack moved home to Arizona where he ran for sheriff. He was elected Graham County Sheriff and served as such for eight years. It was during this time – in 1994 – that federal agents informed all sheriffs that they would be required to work for the Federal Government under the mandate of the Brady Bill, and Mack's court case began. Since that landmark ruling Mack has written seven books and appeared at over 120 Tea Party rallies nationwide. He has stood against the incursions of the Federal Government and has fought for civil rights from Hawaii to Bangor, Maine.


    He is the Founder and President of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) and is on the Oath Keepers Board of Directors.


     


     


     

  • 00:34

    Thursday Night Rant - STEVIE MACK RADIO 05 21 2015

    in Comedy

    #StevieMackRadio –Thursday Night Rant   05 21 2015


    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)


    Call in 646.716.6113


    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"


    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com


    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack

  • 00:30

    Wednesday Night Rant - STEVIE MACK RADIO 05 20 2015

    in Comedy

    #StevieMackRadio –Wednesday Night Rant   05 20 2015


    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)


    Call in 646.716.6113


    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"


    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com


    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack

  • 00:30

    Tuesday Night Rant - STEVIE MACK RADIO 05 19 2015

    in Comedy

    #StevieMackRadio –Tuesday Night Rant   05 19 2015


    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)


    Call in 646.716.6113


    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"


    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com


    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack

  • 00:33

    Monday Night Rant - STEVIE MACK RADIO 05 18 2015

    in Comedy

    #StevieMackRadio – Monday Night Rant   05 18 2015


    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)


    Call in 646.716.6113


    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"


    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com


    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack

  • 00:17

    Bergen County Sheriff officers to use body cameras in pilot project

    in News

    The Bergen County Sheriff's Office is the latest agency to explore equipping it's officers with body cameras, as reported in today's Record.


    Sheriff Michael Saudino talks about the pilot project on the next broadcast of Record Talk Radio at 2 p.m. May 21.


    County Executive James Tedesco talks about why he thinks the body cameras could be a useful tool.


    In the second segment of the program, you'll meet Rhonda Richardsen, one of the 2,800 students graduating from Bergen Community College on Thursday.


    Richardsen is the first student to graduate from the college's aviation administration program.