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U.S. County Sheriffs say “no” to Obama gun control

As the Shadow of Tyranny creeps ever more and more over America, the U.S. County Sheriff is the line in the sand.

The county sheriff is the one who can say to the feds, “Beyond these bounds you shall not pass.” This is not only within the scope of the sheriff’s authority; it’s the sheriff’s sworn duty.

More and more of America’s sheriffs are saying “No” to the Obama regime’s gun control agenda.

The list below is from CSPOA (Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association) — and more sheriffs are signing onto it by the day. If your sheriff isn’t on the list, ask him/her why!!!

I will be adding names to this list as more sheriffs join this cause. Names added to the list after I’ve published this post are colored green.

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Growing List of Sheriffs Saying ‘NO’ to Obama Gun Control

Posted on January 16, 2013

Sheriffs have risen up all over our great nation to stand up against the unconstitutional gun control measures being taken.

The following is a list of sheriffs and state sheriff’s associations from who have vowed to uphold and defend the Constitution against Obama’s unlawful gun control measures. I applaud these public servants for their courage and conviction.

I would encourage other Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers to add their voices to the growing numbers of faithful protectors of our freedom.

List of State Sheriff’s Associations

1. Utah Sheriff’s Association

List of County Sheriffs

  1. Sheriff Glenn E. Palmer – Grant County, Oregon
  2. Sheriff Gil Gilbertson – Josephine County, Oregon
  3. Sheriff Tim Mueller – Linn County, Oregon
  4. Sheriff Adam Christianson – Stanislaus County, California 
  5. Sheriff Brad A. DeLay – Lawrence County, Missouri
  6. Sheriff Charles M. Heiss – Johnson County, Missouri
  7. Sheriff Steve Cox – Livingston County, Missouri
  8. Sheriff Jon Lopey – Siskiyou County, California
  9. Sheriff Craig Zanni – Coos County, Oregon
  10. Sheriff John Hanlin – Douglas County, Oregon
  11. Sheriff John Bishop – Curry County, Oregon
  12. Sheriff Larry Blanton – Deschutes County, Oregon
  13. Sheriff Jim Hensley – Crook County, Oregon
  14. Sheriff Denny Peyman – Jackson County, Kentucky
  15. Sheriff Roy Klingler – Madison County, Idaho
  16. Sheriff Blake Dorning – Madison County, Alabama
  17. Sheriff Justin Smith – Larimer County, Colorado
  18. Sheriff Al Cannon – Charleston County, South Carolina
  19. Sheriff Ana Franklin – Morgan County, Alabama
  20. Sheriff Andy Hughes – Houston County, Alabama
  21. Sheriff Stacy Nicholson – Gilmer County, Georgia
  22. Sheriff Robin Cole – Pine County, Minnesota
  23. Sheriff Bill Snyder – Martin County, Florida
  24. Sheriff Ed Kilgpore – Humboldt County, Nevada
  25. Sheriff Tom Bosenko – Shasta County, California
  26. Sheriff John D’Agostini – El Dorado County, California
  27. Sheriff David Hencraft – Tehama County, California
  28. Sheriff Dean Growden – Lassen County, California
  29. Sheriff Dean Wilson – Del Norte County, California
  30. Sheriff Mike Poindexter – Modoc County, California
  31. Sheriff Thomas Allman – Mendocino County, California
  32. Sheriff Mike Downey – Humboldt County, California
  33. Sheriff Larry Smith – Smith County, Texas
  34. Sheriff Kieran Donahue – Canyon County, Idaho
  35. Sheriff Margaret Mims – Fresno County, California
  36. Sheriff Pat Garrett – Washington County, Oregon
  37. Sheriff Dan Staton – Multnomah County, Oregon
  38. Sheriff Scott Mascher – Yavapai County, Arizona
  39. Sheriff Micahel A. Helmig – Boone County, Ohio
  40. Sheriff A.J. Rodenberg – Clermont County, Ohio
  41. Sheriff Joe Arpaio – Maricopa County, Arizona
  42. Sheriff Terry Maketa – El Paso County, Colorado
  43. Sheriff John Cooke – Weld County, Colorado
  44. Sheriff Scott Berry – Oconee County, Georgia
  45. Sheriff Frank Denning – Johnson County, Missouri
  46. Sheriff Stan Hilkey – Mesa County, Colorado
  47. Sheriff Terry Box – Collin County, Texas
  48. Sheriff Chuck Wright – Spartanburg County, South Carolina
  49. Sheriff Greg Hagwood – Plumas County, California
  50. Sheriff Frank McKeithen – Bay County, Florida
  51. Sheriff Roger Garrison – Cherokee County, Georgia
  52. Sheriff Tony Desmond – Schoharie County, New York
  53. Sheriff Richard Devlin Jr. – Otsego County, New York
  54. Sheriff Bruce Haney – Trinity County, California
  55. Sheriff Wayne DeWitt – Berkeley County, South Carolina
  56. Sheriff Bob ‘Big Block’ Colbert – Wagoner County, Oklahoma
  57. Sheriff Joel W. Richardson – Randall County, Texas
  58. Sheriff Mike Scott – Lee County, Florida
  59. Sheriff Mike Winters – Jackson County, Oregon
  60. Sheriff Brian Wolfe – Malheur County, Oregon
  61. Sheriff Terry G. Box – Collin County, Texas

Sheriff Richard Mack is one hell of an American. He has done so much to protect and preserve our rights. He continues to fight on after the success of winning in the United States Supreme Court.

The mission of Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) is “To equip sheriffs, peace officers and public officials with the necessary information and public support to carry out their duties in accordance with their Oaths of Office.” Please support the CSPOA by becoming a member. Click here!

See also “140 U.S. Sheriffs meet to take back America,” Feb. 2, 2012.

A big h/t to FOTM’s Tina!

~Eowyn

Sheriffs take back America!

Ever heard of the County Sheriff Project?

It’s a project of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) to take back America from the unlawful incursions and overreach of state and federal governments and their agencies. Here’s a video describing the CSPOA:

At the end of this month, CSPOA will hold its first annual Constitutional Sheriffs Convention, Jan. 29-31, in the Tuscany Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas. The Purpose of this convention is twofold:

  1. To increase the understanding and awareness for all sheriffs and peace officers regarding the true power of our constitutional authority and duty to serve and protect the people for whom we work;
  2. To unite in a concerted effort to uphold and defend the United States Constitution.

All sheriffs of the United States are welcome to the convention. Your travel expenses, hotel for two nights, meeting meals, and banquet on Jan. 30 will be paid for. But you need to register now! Go here.

Even if you’re not a sheriff but a “mere” American citizen, you can help out in three ways:

  • Send an invitation to your sheriff to attend the convention. Go here.
  • Donate money to help with the convention expenses. Go here.
  • Participate in a huge public meeting on the final night of the convention. Speakers at the event will include Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Larry Pratt, Sheriff Bradley D. Rodgers, and Sheriff Richard Mack. You can purchase an advance admissions ticket for $10, here, or pay $15 at the door.

H/t my friend Mark S. McGrew. Read his superb article on the County Sheriff Project here!

~Eowyn