Richard I. Mack served as sheriff of Graham County, Arizona from 1988-1996.
He is the recipient of numerous awards for his defense of the Constitution and gunowners' rights.
Mack is a popular author, lecturer, and talk show guest nationwide for discussions of constitutional issues relating to gun control, law enforcement, states' rights, and the oath of office. He lives with his wife and family in Provo, Utah.
FROM MY COLD DEAD FINGERS
Richard I. Mack gained national attention in 1994 when, as sheriff of a rural county in Arizona, he challenged the Brady handgun law all the way to the US Supreme Court and won.
The landmark ruling in Mack v. U.S. not only helped to deter the federal government's infringement of citizens' Second Amendment rights, but also reasserted the supremacy of states' rights under the Tenth Amendment.
In From My Cold Dead Fingers Sheriff Mack clearly outlines why the unrestricted right of the people as individuals "to keep and bear arms" is essential to the preservation of both individual liberty and domestic tranquility.
Mack reminds us of facts that were self-evident to earlier generations of Americans, but which are all but forgotten in today's climate of incessant cries for more gun control. Concise and compelling, this book is an indispensable resource for any lover of freedom.
From My Cold Dead Fingers:
By Sheriff Richard Mack, Published by, Rawhide Western Publishers, Inc.
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