On December 28, 2012, Richard Stephen “Steve” Pratt graduated from this mortal life.

He is an amazing craftsman, scholar, and teacher. His priorities are truly God, family, and country. He was laid to rest at a home funeral Saturday, December 29.

There will be a Life Celebration on January 19 at the LDS 8th ward building, 500 E 200 N, Provo, UT, January 19, 2013 at 1 p.m.

Please forward this message to those who would be interested. Instead of flowers, you could donate to Parley Pratt, grandson in Primary Children’s Hospital, at Wells Fargo Bank, NCCS.net, or the National Federal Lands Conference.

We would love for you to submit a short description of your association with Steve.

Sincerely, Allison Clark, daughter.

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Understanding our Constitution

An in depth look at our constitution, it’s history and current challenges. Steve Pratt speaker at freedom 21 KY 2006.

Our written Constitution is a legally binding contract

Our written Constitution is a legally binding contract. And because it was a contract between states it’s called a compact, and because the compact constitutes our plan of government, its called our Constitution.

Stephen Pratt speaking to Sheriffs at WSSA conference

Stephen Pratt from Utah, teaching about “Untangling Federal Jurisdiction in your County.” An extremely interesting presentation on how the federal government took possession of the majority of land in the Western States.

Disclaimer: Mr. Pratt’s views are not necessarily the views of the membership of the Western States Sheriffs Association. His presentation was for educational and informational purposes only. For further information see: http://www.libertyandlearning.com