He put forth his ideas in his book, “The County Sheriff, America's Last Hope.” Copies of the book may be ordered from www.sheriffmack.com or by writing to: PO Box 971, Pima, AZ 85543.
He believes fervently and instinctively that the freedom that is Americans' by right is being taken away from them and the Constitution is being gradually eroded. To counteract this trend, he has formed a group called “USA 1-911.” The name was chosen because members believe the country is in a top priority emergency situation.
He has pledged his life to the cause of freedom. He said, “I am dedicated to saving my country. This has consumed my life.”
His goal is to spread his message to every peace officer and citizen in the nation, especially the sheriffs. To reach that goal, he has appeared on TV shows, radio talk shows, on his Web site and YouTube, at Freedom Rallies and has spoken to hundreds of ordinary people gathered in small rooms across the country.
Mack, a fifth generation Arizonan, graduated from Eastern Arizona College and Brigham Young University with a degree in Latin American Studies and Sociology.
He spent 11 years with the Provo, Utah, Police Department, then moved back to Arizona to run for Graham County Sheriff in 1988. He served two terms. While in office, he graduated from the FBI Academy but did not become an agent. Read more