Campaign for Liberty:
Many Constitution minded people gravitate to Campaign For Liberty (C4L).
You will meet plenty of passionate people who live in your area. It’s a national site and groups are broken down to counties. You can’t get more grassroots than that!
Young Americans for Liberty:
Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) is the continuation of Students for Ron Paul (SFP). In less than 8 months, SFP established over 500 college and high school chapters in all 50 states and over 26,000 students joined the Ron Paul 2008 campaign.
Gun Owners of America:
“The only no-compromise gun lobby in Washington.”
-Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX)
Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of currently serving military, reserves, National Guard, veterans, Peace Officers, and Fire Fighters who will fulfill the Oath we swore, with the support of like minded citizens who take an Oath to stand with us, to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, so help us God. Our Oath is to the Constitution.
TOLL-FREE CAPITOL HILL / CONGRESS SWITCHBOARD PHONE NUMBERS
RADIO TALK SHOW PHONE NUMBERS
The Alan Colmes Show Alan Colmes 1-877-FOR-ALAN M-F, 10pm – 1am ET
Battle Line with Alan Nathan Alan Nathan 1-800-510-TALK M-F, 12pm – 3pm PT
Bill Bennett’s Morning in America Bill Bennett 1-866-680-6464 M-F, 6am – 9am ET
Common Sense Radio With Ollie North Oliver North 1-888-99-NORTH M-F, 2pm – 5pm ET
The Dennis Prager Show Dennis Prager 1-877-243-7776 M-F, 9am – 12pm PT
The Don Kroah Show Don Kroah 1-888-293-9282 M-F, 5pm – 7pm ET
Dr. Laura Dr. Laura Schlessing 1-800-DR-LAURA M-F, 12pm – 3pm PT Ed
Schultz Show Ed Schultz 1-877-934-6833 M-F, 3pm – 6pm ET
G. Gordon Liddy Show G. Gordon Liddy 1-800-478-7111 M-F, 10pm – 1am ET
Glenn Beck Show Glenn Beck 1-888-727-BECK M-F, 9am – 12pm ET
Good Day USA Doug Stephan 1-877-541-5250 M-F, 5am – 10am ET
Hot Talk with Scott Hennen Scott Hennen 1-800-279- 9329 M-F, 8:30am – 11:30am ET
Hugh Hewitt Show Hugh Hewitt 1-800-520-1234 M-F, 3pm – 6pm ET
Imus in the Morning Don Imus 1-800-370-4687 M-F, 5:30am – 10am ET
Janet Parshall’s America Janet Parshall 1-800-343-9282 M-F, 2pm -5pm ET
Jim Bohannon Show Jim Bohannon 1-866-505- 4626 M-F, 10pm – 1am ET
The John Gibson Show John Gibson 1-888-788-9910 M-F, 6pm – 9pm ET
The Larry Elder Show Larry Elder 1-800-995-2779 M-F, 3pm – 6pm PT
Lars Larson Show Lars Larson 1-866-509-LARS M-F, 11am – 3pm PT
Laura Ingraham Show Laura Ingraham 1-800-449-8255 M-F, 9am – 12pm ET
Mark Levin Show Mark Levin 1-877-381-3811 M-F, 6pm – 8pm ET Michael
Medved Show Michael Medved 1-800-955-1776 M-F, 3pm -6pm ET
Michael Reagan Show Michael Reagan 1-800-468-MIKE M-F, 6pm – 9pm ET
Michael Savage Show Michael Savage 1-800-449-8255 M-F, 6pm – 9pm ET
Neal Boortz Show Neal Boortz 1-877-310-2100 M-F, 8:30am – 1pm ET
News Beat with Blanquita Blanquita Cullum 1-800-510-TALK M-F, 2pm – 3pm ET
Radio Factor with Bill O’Reilly Bill O’Reilly 1-877-9-NO-SPIN M-F, 12pm – 2pm ET
Rush Limbaugh Show Rush Limbaugh 1-800-282-2882 M-F, 12pm – 3pm ET
Sean Hannity Show Sean Hannity 1-800-941-7326 M-F, 3pm – 6pm ET
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Tell the world what’s on your mind. The letters-to-the-editor section of the paper is one of the most read sections. Elected officials always read letters. It’s pretty easy to get a letter in most papers. It’s a bit more difficult to get one into newspapers such as The Oregonian. Point out a problem, highlight a good or bad vote by your legislator, or describe something good.
Hints on writing more effective letters to the editor:
Be brief – Most newspapers will not run letters to the editor longer than 250 words! Keep your letters short and to the point. State your position as clearly as possible, and stick to one subject.
Be timely – Newspapers rarely publish letters that are unrelated to topics being covered in the news. Make sure your letter to the editor focuses on something that is happening now, or has happened within the last few weeks.
Know the rules – Most newspapers have strict guidelines for what sorts of letters to the editor they will publish. Some require a typed letter; others may want it sent via email. Often newspapers want your address and phone number so they can verify you wrote the letter. You can usually find a paper’s guidelines on their letters page, or on their website.
Don’t get personal – It’s ok to express outrage, but keep it focused on specific policies or ideas. Personal attacks are the surest way to sink your letter.
Find a local angle – If you are writing about a state wide or national issue, explain how it connects locally. Readers want to know how an issue effects their lives and their communities.
Explain yourself – Don’t assume readers are as familiar with an issue as you. Give a short but informative background before tackling the main issue.
Avoid form letters – Study form letters, but use them as a guide in writing your own letter; don’t submit them verbatim to the newspaper. Also, don’t submit the same letter to two competing newspapers.
NEWSPAPER CONTACT INFORMATION: