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Ozarks Property Rights Congress will host their 11th Ozarks Conference on Private Property Rights on Saturday, Aug. 6 at the YMCA in Mountain Grove, Mo. Conference activities will start with the welcome at 9:00 a.m. and continue with expert speakers throughout the day until 4:00 p.m.
The theme of this year’s conference is Agenda 21 in the Heartland – How International Becomes Local. Keynote speaker is Sheriff Richard Mack who will speak on “The County Sheriff, America’s Last Hope.”
Sheriff Mack is the renowned Arizona Sheriff who, along with six other sheriffs from across the country, challenged the requirement that they enforce the Brady Bill and run background checks at their expense, under the law. They ultimately fought it all the way to the Supreme Court, where they won a monumental decision for freedom.. Mack is a powerful crusader and strong advocate for State’s Rights and individual freedom.
He says, “I am deeply committed to the belief that government should exist to protect the freedoms of the individuals whom it serves. We must return to those principles that our country was founded upon! In order to succeed, we must first make ourselves aware of the problem. We must educate ourselves, and then we can know what action to take. One of the best and easiest solutions is to depend on local officials, especially the sheriff, to stand against federal intervention and federal criminality.”
During the past two years Sheriff Mack has been a speaker at more than 70 different Tea Party rallies all across the country. Mack has supported this movement, because it is both effective and peaceful.
Ray Cunio, from Sullivan, will speak about how Sustainable Development is being instituted in Franklin County and other counties across the state, especially those with Planning and Zoning boards. He will discuss what Sustainable Development is, why you don’t want it, and how you can recognize it coming into your community disguised as “I’m from the government and I’m here to help you.”
Doreen Hannes’ discussion topic is “Food is Now a Controlled Substance.” She will cite recent cases right here in South Central and Southwest Missouri where government agencies have come in, and destroyed small family businesses, and lives all under the guise of “food safety.” From rabbits, to milk, cheese, and vegetables the mounting fines and penalties give great cause for concern for the right to use your private property.
Who could find anything sinister in the blowing of a levee on the Mississippi River to allegedly save a town from flood waters? Come and hear Bob Parker recount the unnecessary destruction of 200 square miles of some of the world’s richest farmland when the Bird’s Point Levee was blown by the Army Corps of Engineers in May. He will talk about “Flooding America’s Farmland – Who Benefits?”
This Conference will provide information vital to anyone who cares about the American way of life. Everyone is welcome.
To find the YMCA, from Highway 95 in Mountain Grove, go to E. 9th, go east on E. 9th to YMCA Dr. The YMCA is about 4 blocks on the right. East 9th is about 7 tenths of a mile South of the Highway 95 at Highway 60 overpass.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the website www.ozarksprc.com. Or call 417-668-5977 or 417-457-6111.