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Our Mission is...
to provide an outlet for pro-gun-rights
writers and thinkers to share their work with
to stimulate letter-writing within the
liberty advocacy community;
to build an archive of categorized letters
for use by activists who wish to save time and
thus be more effective by reusing effective
to expand the cause of gun rights and liberty
advocacy by producing a much larger number of
letters being submitted for publication to
mainstream media outlets.
letters written to legislators and other public
officials, editors of newspapers and other
publications and publish them in a cohesive
archive for later use by the people who read this
We Do It
The reasons we
launched this Team includes but is not limited to
deserve to be heard.
can be reused, especially by those who don't
enjoy writing letters but would gladly reuse
letters written by others.
mainstream media outlets shun pro-gun-rights
letters. Increasing the volume of such letters
by reusing those published on our site may
help change that pattern.
send us great letters, and we finally realized
that an intelligent system was in order to
make the letters count for more than
"today's human interest."
We've had many
requests that we do something of this nature
-- and here it is.
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development. Richard Beamis is the Director, and
he is currently seeking an Assistant Director. If
you have interest in contributing as a volunteer
teammate, please contact
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As we refine our
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days a week, sometimes several letters each day.
As we are a volunteer team, we reserve the right
to take a break from time to time and thank you in
advance for your understanding and patience.
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We reserve the right to edit letters sent to us if
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of them have submission guidelines limited to a
third of that, or less.)
We do not guarantee that sending a letter to us
means that it will be published.
If we print
it we print it; if we don't, we don't.
If your letter does not include your full name and
email address and the header that shows it was
already sent to its original destination, chances
are good that it will not be published.
the Founding Fathers of this great nation could
sign their name to the Declaration of Independence
knowing it would mark them for death, you can sign
your name to a letter to the editor. If you
disagree, go publish anonymously somewhere else,
and drop back by when your backbone matures.
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website address of that article so others can go
read it and write their own letter if so inclined.
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the date and time you submitted it plus proof that
it was actually sent provides online documentation
that can and eventually will be used confront
editors of other news agencies that refuse to
print the gun owner's side of the story. And
having the email address to which your letter was
sent allows readers to quickly follow your lead.
DO NOT submit your letters in all caps.
you write in all caps, dump the text into a text
editor and change it to "sentence case"
before sending it.
DO NOT add the "Letters" email address
below to any distribution lists, not now or ever.
you do, it will be considered unsolicited email
and treated as such. We have enough to do without
having to get 10 copies of every email on the
internet that has the word "gun" in it.
To submit a letter you've written to an editor, to
a writer, to a legislator, or to anyone else in
defense of the right of the people to keep and
bear arms, follow ALL of the guidelines above, and
send it here: Letters@KeepAndBearArms.com