SOS is a national organization that works to preserve and protect the elected Office of Sheriff understanding the need for decentralization of power, limited government, state sovereignty, and individual liberty.
Why Are We Here?
We're here because we're passionate about freedom.
We believe the message of freedom transcends political party, right vs. left, religion, race, and gender. We believe in America, and that Americans are desperate to hear a message of hope, optimism, and prosperity rather than the fear, negativity, and sensationalism that has taken over the mainstream media. Yes, we have a lot of problems in this country but we believe the answer to all of these problems can be found in the Constitution of the United States.
What Can I Do To Save My Country?
That is a question everyone needs to be asking themselves.
If you don't have a good answer maybe you should consider our answer: elect a Sheriff to office who understands fulfilling his Oath to the Constitution means upholding the Bill of Rights. Our name says it all: Save Our Sheriff, save our country!
Why Is The Sheriff So Important?
As you know, the Sheriff is elected by the people of the county and are not employed by any branch of the federal government. That individual is sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States and is bound by oath to protect the rights of the people. What is less well known, is this: our system of government gives the Sheriff both the authority to enforce Federal laws as well as the prerogative to disregard those mandates that would violate our Constitution and Bill of Rights.
What Do We Do?
SOS actively looks for Sheriffs who will take their oath in all conscience to uphold the Constitution of the United States. Candidates are asked to understand, commit to, and sign the "Affirmation of Oath" contract with the citizens of their county. Our goal is to work with the elected Sheriffs to ensure that the State sovereignty and individual liberty is effectively protected.
As Fred Willoughby said in the forward to Sheriff Mack's book, "After nearly 50 years of law enforcement experience, I have learned that there is one thing more important than making arrests and cleaning up the streets; and that is for cops to keep their oaths to abide by the Constitution. I revere this inspired document and the Declaration of Independence and the men who framed them."
Who Are We?
The Save Our Sheriff National Advisory Council (SOS-NAC) is a private advisory committee with a Constitutional mandate to promote cooperation between American business and private sector interests at the county level with the various 3000+ county Sheriffs departments nationwide. SOSAC currently encompasses a three-member core leadership council, an Executive Officer, various Country Councils, and constituent member organizations and associations.