Jacqueline created the topic: MSI Meeting Jan 10th, 2015 Speaker: Jack McCauley
Join us for our schedule meeting on January 10th, 2015. We have invited Jack McCauley, retired Maryland State Police Captain, former Commander of the Firearms Licensing Division, and now a member of Maryland Shall Issue, to speak to our members. Jack will answer any questions you may have about Maryland’s gun laws and how you can be a part of strengthening our fight to restore our rights in Maryland.
cypherpunk replied the topic: MSI Meeting Jan 10th, 2015 Speaker: Jack McCauley
I've had to approve each of your posts in this forum, which was set to moderated, even after elevating you to MSI EM.
I have just turned moderation off completely for this forum - but you still have to be a registered user to post here. We'll have to see if this forum gets abused by spammers or anti's.
Ideally, once you achieve permissions above registered user (i.e. MSI Member, or EM, you should be able to post in the Public/General Forum without moderation (and all prior posts as a Registered User should be automatically approved).
The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily those of MSI, not necessarily mine, and probably not necessary.
ttmd replied the topic: MSI Meeting Jan 10th, 2015 Speaker: Jack McCauley
The replies to this thread (in the Public/General Forum aren't showing up immediately after "submit." Not sure why that is. The posts in the Members Only/Comments & Suggestions Forum are coming in immediately.
PoolShark replied the topic: MSI Meeting Jan 10th, 2015 Speaker: Jack McCauley
ok, so here is the announcement:
Congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens on their resounding defeat of a bitter rival - the pittsburgh squealers. Join us after the MSI meeting @ Chilis to see The Ravens advance to the next round of the playoffs, which will ultimately lead to their acquisition of another Super Bowl ring, as they defeat the new england patriots at home. Go Ravens!
President Trump picks Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court!
And it is a *wonderful* choice. While serving as an attorney in the Department of Justice, I argued a number of cases before Judge Kavanaugh, winning most, losing a few. Win or lose, I found his demeanor and questions from the bench during an argument and his written opinions and dissents to be outstanding.