SEPTEMBER 2019 NEWSLETTER

CSPOA October 12th National Event
 
Yes, on October 12, 2019 in Mesa, Arizona, the CSPOA will be conducting a regional seminar for all law enforcement, public officials, and the public at large. The primary focus of this event is to prove that there is a peaceful and effective solution for the restoration of our Constitution and American Liberty. The solution is real and can be implemented immediately. We simply need to know what it is and how to do it. Come and see for yourself!

Speakers for the event are:

Cochise County, AZ Sheriff Mark Dannels: The Border and Illegal Immigration

Indiana Sheriff Brad Rogers: The Sheriff's Role in Defending Liberty

Trevor Loudon: World renown speaker and author of The Dangers of Socialism

We will also be recognizing and honoring some Peace Officers from across the country who have courageously stood for Liberty. One is Sheriff Bob Songer who has led the way among sheriffs in Washington to stand against gun control and for the Second Amendment. The other is Chief of Police Loren Culp, who has led the way for all Police agencies to keep their oaths to defend the Constitution and the Right of the People "to keep and bear arms." Chief Culp is also from the State of Washington. Both of these Peace Officers have declared publicly that they will not enforce recently enacted gun control laws in Washington State.

Any and all of you are invited to attend this event and shake the hands of all these American Patriots. You will be blessed for having been here. However, you can help us whether you can make it here or not. We are offering free tickets to high school and college students so they can receive an educational experience that they will never forget. We are planning for 100 such students to attend and you can buy their tickets for them. Just donate at CSPOA.org. This will be an experience of a lifetime for each of them.

Furthermore, if you would like to sponsor your sheriff or any other public official please do so. Just contact him or her and let us know who it is and we will reach out to them to make the arrangements. Your financial support for any public servant to attend would be the best thing you could ever donate to; the restoration of liberty, county by county and state by state.

Time is of the essence though, we have a little over three weeks until the event. Please forgive our late notice, but we can all hurry and get it done. We can do it!

We have done similar seminars all over America and it has produced amazing results. Local officers who have interposed on behalf of their citizens to protect them from being victimized by out of control bureaucrats.

Come and see for yourself the absolute proof we will share that such stands are happening and that doing so is not only appropriate, but a vital duty for each sheriff and government officials.

This event is a huge opportunity for all of us to get involved in, what Patrick Henry called, "The Holy Cause of Liberty." Plan to attend yourself or make sure someone else does. When we all get involved and do our part, miracles will happen.

Where: Heritage Academy School Auditorium 32 S. Center Mesa, AZ 85210

When: October 12, 2019 from 10 a m to 5 p m.

Who: All those in pursuit of Liberty.

Tickets are $35 each or $50 per couple in advance and can be purchased at cspoa.org.  Morning snacks are included.

Trevor Loudin 

Author, filmmaker and public speaker from Christchurch, New Zealand. For more than 30 years, he has researched radical left, Marxist and terrorist movements and their covert influence on mainstream politics. He believes that these forces must be exposed and countered, as America's continued role as a bastion of freedom is pivotal for the future of western civilization.
Sheriff Mark Dannels  

A border county sheriff who has been participating in the Governors Border Strike program "to help close the communication gaps in its remote and rural areas" and address crime in border towns and illegal entries. Dannels has been working the border for decades and has
experience in dealing with illegal immigration and its criminal and economic impact on the country.
Sheriff Brad Rogers 

A tireless advocate for constitutional government, upholding and protecting the constitution, including gun rights. He is particularly concerned about, and is willing to defend others against government overreach.
Whether it's at the federal, state, or local level. He was successful in stopping the FDA from harassing a constituent, and stood against Obama's gun control.


Available along with many other items from the CSPOA Shop:

Comes with the following items and books:
1 Annual Membership ($50 Value)
1 CSPOA Hat ($20 Value)
1 Are You A David ($15 Value)
1 The County Sheriff ($15 Value)
1 The Magic of Gun Control ($15 Value)
3 Victory for State Sovereignty  ($9 Value)
 

Celebrating Constitution Week
 by Rick Dalton

Next week, America celebrates Constitution Week, (September 17th to the 23rd.proclaimed by presidents and governors since about 1980. And the importance of truly understanding and restoring the inspired Constitution has never been more evident. Americans, including police officers, elected officials judges, and indeed, every single citizen, are, in general, woefully ignorant of the eternal and unchanging principles that have been woven into the Constitution by its authors. In our current chaotic state of civic endeavors and jurisprudence, its principles are a reliable guide to returning us to the era of individual liberty, peace and prosperity which existed not that long ago.

With the daily media barrage of insane feminism and gender gobbledygook that has infected our educational system and other cultural institutions, we should be grateful that the Constitution, written nearly two and a half centuries ago, is basically gender neutral. Neither the word "woman" nor "man", nor their plurals, are mentioned even once in the Constitution. In the qualifications for president, or any other office, the word "person" is used - and 51 other times. The word "citizen" is used 24 times. Neither does the word "woman" appear in the 19th Amendment, which recognized a woman's right to vote, which existed before that amendment. In fact several states had already recognized such a right before its passage. The word "he" is used in a few other places and this is in keeping with using that pronoun to include all people, in that time period.

The Constitution is also a religious document, as evidenced by the "Sunday exception" in counting the days the president had in which to sign or veto a bill and other facts.

So let us now dedicate ourselves to studying - really studying - the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence - in the tradition of the Founding Fathers - and let us promise to use our influence to restore - not revise - it. 

One of the most important principles of the many in our Constitution is the principle of limited and enumerated powers. The doctrine of enumerated powers was spelled out in Federalist 45:

The powers delegated by the proposed Constitution to the federal government, are few and defined. Those which are to remain in the State governments are numerous and indefinite. The former will be exercised principally on external objects, as war, peace, negotiation, and foreign commerce; with which last the power of taxation will, for the most part, be connected. The powers reserved to the several States will extend to all the objects which, in the ordinary course of affairs, concern the lives, liberties, and properties of the people, and the internal order, improvement, and prosperity of the State.

The powers given to the federal government are listed individually in articles 1, 2, and 3. Basically there are 20 powers delegated to the Congress, six types of authority for the President, and 11 types of cases that the Supreme Court. They are listed in the Constitution, and when you get to the end of the list, there are no more powers.

Congress been delegated basically 20 powers, and they cover such areas as the rights to collect taxes, regulate foreign and domestic commerce, coin money, declare war, support an army and navy, and establish lower federal courts. In addition, Congress can admit new states to the Union (Article IV, Section 3), and propose amendments to the Constitution (Article V).

The President is to be our chief diplomat, commander in chief of the military, chief of state, chief executive, and can propose legislation, though it must be passed by Congress, and finally, the president is to be the "conscience of the nation" and can grant pardons, commutations and reprieves. That's it.

The Supreme Court was given the following 11 types of cases, as enumerated in Article 3:
  • Cases involving the meaning or application of the Constitution
  • Cases involving disputes between the US and foreign powers
  • Cases affecting ambassadors or other officials of foreign governments
  • Cases relating to the admiralty or maritime problems
  • Cases in which the US is a party
  • Disputes between two or more states of the US
  • Disputes in which a citizen of one state sues a citizen of another state. (Repealed by the 11th Amendment.)
  • Disputes between citizens of different states
  • Cases arising under the laws passed by Congress
  • Disputes between citizens of the same state over claims or land grants in different states
  • Cases involving suite between a state or citizen of a state and a foreign government or foreign citizen. 

Notice that religion, abortion, or the dozens of other kinds of cases that we now send to the Supremes, are not mentioned in their limited grant of power. Unwise amendments have twisted or altogether destroyed the original freedom formula in the Constitution. 

Let's work to restore, not revise, our inspired Constitution. But first, we must study and understand it!


Available along with many other items from the CSPOA Shop:

Comes with the following items and books:
1 Annual Membership ($50 Value)
1 CSPOA Hat ($20 Value)
1 Are You A David ($15 Value)
1 The County Sheriff ($15 Value)
1 The Magic of Gun Control ($15 Value)
3 Victory for State Sovereignty  ($9 Value)
 

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