Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to subscribe?
Nothing. We don't send a lot of email, regardless, but you can customize your subscription.
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Is MTC affiliated with a political party?
No. Our efforts are based on principle, not party affiliation or loyalty. Our members and subscribers are affiliated with all the major political parties. There are also a number of “Unaffiliateds.”
What is the underlying political philosophy of MTC?
MTC’s members share the philosophy held by the Founders of the United States. They believe in the value of the individual citizen and understand the importance of protecting his/her rights. When the rights and liberty of individual Americans are inviolable, they are free to pursue their dreams, build, create and improve the world around them. As history has shown, the civil society and its members benefit from this activity. Conversely, logic and history show us that when the individual is subordinated to the “Collective,” her/his rights are invariably trampled by the ruling “elite.” Protecting and exalting the individual improves the greater society, but the reverse produces degradation, envy, division, demoralization and selfishness.
What Is MTC's philosophical philosophy?
Our membership includes both those with traditional conservative ideas and those with more libertarian views. MTC comfortably incorporates a wide range of views because its focus is the Foundational American Liberty that enables and supports a diversity of conservative thought. “Constitutionalist” is the most apt, general description. MTC demands that government act in accordance with the requirements and prohibitions of the US Constitution—the supreme law of the land—including those portions that we believe should be amended. MTC does not endorse the Libertarian Party ideas of open international borders or a drastic reduction of the military, nor does it take positions on some issues which “conservatives” traditionally take a more authoritarian approach, such as the decriminalization of drugs or prostitution.
Is MTC a religious organization?
No. It is a Constitutionalist organization. As such, it strongly supports the First Amendment and Americans' right to religious liberty. That we know of, our membership includes Protestants, Catholics, Jews, agnostics and atheists. While MTC does not pursue a religious agenda, neither is it hostile to religion. Its organizational position is to respect the role of Judeo-Christianity in the founding and history of the United States and to oppose the anti-religious Progressive agenda of the last several decades.
Does MTC give its subscribers' or members’ names and other information to anyone?
No! We don’t give or sell our subscribers' or members’ names, email addresses, phone numbers or any other personal data to anyone or any group.
What are the little dates by articles and video?
Those are the dates we posted those items to the MTC Website. If we post a link to story, picture or video that is relevant to current events, even if it was published years earlier, the date by the link will be the date we posted it.