Information to help you decide
Cost? Free. No start-up or membership fees. We "pass the hat" at meetings and there is place on this site to donate. We also have an annual, gun raffle fund-raiser.
Will you bury me in email? No! None of us have time to read lots of email, let alone write it. Not only do we not put out a lot of mail but when you sign up, you select what kind you want and can change your selections anytime.
How much time will it require of me? How much do you think you should commit to? There are no set time requirements. The more you do, the more effective we are, but that is a personal decision based not only on fervor, but factors like work, family and health. Besides, we're not Progressives and we aren't fond of telling others what they will and won't do.
Does joining obligate me to anything? No, but If you volunteer (self-obligate) to do something, please be true to your word. Others will be counting on you.
To whom might MTC give my personal information? Nobody! We don't collect much information, anyway, but what there is we won't give, sell or trade our to/with a group, political party, affiliated organization, candidate, media outlet or anyone else. We're all in the same database.
What doesn't matter to us?
You are not welcome if you...
are a racist/bigot
engage in felonious activities
endorse violence or violent revolution
Attend city/county/state legislative meetings
Recording radio Op-eds (got a radio voice?)
Follow, research and report on your “pet” issue/s
Sharing your expertise (ex., social media, public affairs, lobbying)
Writing to politicians
Writing radio Op-eds
Editing our newsletter
Participating in parades
Attending protest rallies
Attending support rallies
Doing research on issues
Writing newspaper articles
Fact-checking our Webpage
Work outside polling places
Finding current news stories
Writing MTC newsletter articles
Interviewing political candidates
Distributing Pocket Constitutions
Lobby city/county/state politicians
Monitor activities of one or more politicians
Research and fact-check political candidates
Opportunities are unlimited and there is strength in numbers.
Liaising with “issue” groups (ex., 2nd Amend., tax reform, veterans)