Until further notice the MCSM Website is on
care and maintenance due to the Culver's
move to Wyoming. We will attempt to keep it
active with important news that impact our
freedoms and other Constitutional issues
as required. We consider America's gun
rights ... and the Second Amendment that
guarantees those rights to be the one liberty
that protects all others.
The Second Amendment is truly ...
"America's First Freedom".
Note: Any copyrighted work on this website
is provided under the 'fair use' provision
without profit or payment for non-profit
research, educational and discussion
Due to the explosion of news concerning Second
Amendment rights and firearm related stories,
the following media outlets can keep you updated
concerning current events as they happen. Since
MCSM is now on care and maintenance, we cannot
keep up with the flood of information. Unlike
the major news outlets, these independent sources
tend to support the citizen's right to keep and
bear arms as a core "civil right" not to be
infringed upon; as stated in US Constitutional
Law. In addition to these sources, we are providing
an ongoing select list of news articles that
informs every freedom-loving American about the
internal assault coming from the political left
against our liberties.
One of the early and active members of MCSM,
C. Stuart (Stu) Broad recently passed away.
Stu was actually the inspiration behind the
founding of MCSM many years ago, when we
needed some way to reach out and counter the
anti-freedom activities in Montgomery County.
Stu was a good friend and effective voice
in support of Second Amendment issues at
Montgomery Citizens for a Safer Maryland.
Others learned from him and will follow his
lead. Thank you Stu.
Bob and Cathy Culver, MCSM.org
~ Bob Culver, Jackson, Wyoming
With great sorrow I announce my husband passed
away on Sunday, October 22 after a heart attack.
He is missed by family and colleagues.
John Michael Snyder was well known to me and the
members of Montgomery Citizens for a Safer Maryland
Maryland (MCSM). On many occasions he attended and
spoke at MCSM meetings in Silver Spring. In 2000
presented the St. Gabriel Possenti Award medal to
– at that time – Maryland Delegate Carmen Amedori
at her office in Annapolis, Maryland.
The Gun Rights movement has lost another
pioneering member, but rest assured he has
mentored and educated many others.
Thank you John.
Bob Culver, MCSM
Maryland Delegate Carmen Amedori (District 5) receives
the St. Gabriel Possenti medal from Mr. John M. Snyder,
President of the St. Gabriel Possenti Society. The
presentation took place on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2000 in
Room 318 of the Lowe House Office Building, in Annapolis.
In Memory of Charlton Heston
Let's not forget what Charlton Heston
fought for: The Second Amendment right
of private citizens to own firearms of
their choice protects all other American
freedoms and liberties. It must never
be infringed upon - or legislated away
for any reason.
"This might not be earth shattering
gun news, but you may enjoy it. The story
is a bit of a travel log about guns and
pro-gun activities meeting some anti-gun
idiots in what is left of the Old West or
Free State Wyoming. Enjoy"
Important Note:: A new commentary entitled
"Invasion" has been added to the "American
Militia" series as of December 5th, 2015.
It addresses the San Bernardino Islamic
terrorist attack on American citizens.
We invite you to read these essays and reply or
send your own addition using our mail link on
the left. Keep in mind that these articles
address the topic of the militia as defined in
the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
The 3 Rules Of Liberalism
“You don’t ever want a crisis to go to waste;
it's an opportunity to do important things that
you would otherwise avoid."
White House Chief of Staff (2008)
When a psychopath or terrorist goes on a killing
rampage, make sure you fully utilize Rule #1 under
"Public Safety Concerns" to take away protected
Constitutional rights. It's an opportunity you
would not otherwise have.
Always Remember Rules 1 and 2.
FOX news invites Bob Culver to debate a
representative from the Coalition to Stop Gun
Violence about some recent "investigations"
that appear to show widespread disregard for
the law by both licensed and private sellers
News media bias makes it necessary to search for
alternative methods to get our message to the
public. MCSM is looking for individuals who own
property along major roads and highways in Maryland.
Email us if you would be interested in participating
in this project.
"Sarah Brady at Handgun Control Inc. draws a
salary of $277,891.00 a year for her treasonous acts
against the Second Amendment. HCI has an annual
budget of $7,624,306. They spend this and more each
year to take your rights. The president of the NRA
doesn't get a salary. Does this tell you anything?
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