Tea Party California Caucus
General Meeting and Rally
Saturday, September 20th
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About our speakers:
Founder of the Common Sense Resistance, Declaration Entertainment, and BillWhittle.com
Bill Whittle is a conservative blogger, political commentator, director, screenwriter, editor, pilot, and author. He is best known for his PJ Media internet videos and short films such The Firewall produced through Declaration Entertainment, which he co-founded with producer and friend Jeremy Boreing. He has since founded yet another company, BillWhittle.com, where he produces films and social media projects like the Common Sense Resistance.
An early supporter of the Tea Party movement, Whittle has been invited as a speaker at major political rallies and other public events. On September 12, 2009, Whittle was among the featured speakers at the 912 West Rally which saw the Los Angeles and Orange County Tea Party combine to create the largest Tea Party group on the West Coast. He has traveled the country speaking to Conservative groups, and uses his communication talents to help conservative leaders like Senator Ted Cruz reach the American public.
Sheriff Richard Mack
Founder of Constitutional Sheriff and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) and former Sheriff of Graham County, Arizona
Author, speaker and former sheriff Richard Mack has served in a wide variety of roles over the course of his nearly twenty-year career in law enforcement, which began in Provo, Utah. In 1988 Mack returned to Graham County, AZ and was elected as sheriff, where he served until 1997.
Mack was a two-time candidate for United States Congress, and also ran as a Libertarian candidate for United States Senate in Arizona in 2006. He has frequently discussed his membership in Oath Keepers, and the importance of police officers and members of the military upholding their oaths to the U.S. Constitution. In 2012, Sheriff Mack founded the Constitutional Sheriff and Peace Officer Association (CSPOA), a growing group of law enforcement officers dedicated to their oaths to the Constitution. He speaks at various events as a strong advocate of states' rights and individual freedoms. Sheriff Mack has spoken at nearly 100 Tea Party rallies and other events across the country, and is a frequent guest on nationwide TV and radio programs.