Get Involved w/ Organize for Liberty

The #WNCTP​ has transformed! One of the changes includes throwing all of our political resources, all of our political involvement, all of our political energies, etc. into Dr. Greg Brannon‘s Organize for Liberty (OFL) through the creation of an OFL chapter here in #WilsonNC.

Organize for Liberty is a 501(c)4 non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging and protecting constitutionally-limited government, individual sovereignty, and the inalienable rights of the individual, through education, activism, and grassroots organization. We believe coercion and compulsion are the enemies of liberty.” (Taken from HERE — to learn more, visit organizeforliberty.org)

OFL is, by far, the best way to stand for Truth, to be involved in educating the masses on the universal principles of Liberty, and to support those principle-centered leaders who are putting and will put their lives on the line for Freedom by running for public office on a platform dedicated to Constitutionally-limited government.

OFL is one of the few clear, uncompromising voices for Liberty still left in #NC and #America. And while we still have freedom to stand and shout the truth, we would do well to stand and shout all the more through OFL!

If you want to help with the #WilsonNC OFL Chapter, email us.

Writing Letters to the Editor

Writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper alerts the general public to what’s happening in Wilson, in NC and in America. Although publication policies vary, the following advice applies to most newspapers:

  1. Keep your letter short and to-the-point. Many newspapers will not consider letters longer than 150-300 words (Note: The Wilson Times has a 400 word limit.). Type your letter if you can; many editors won’t read letters that are not typed.
  2. Keep to the point  (Limit your letter to one issue.). If you are responding to a news story or editorial, you don’t need to give many background details. Give your reasons for writing in the first sentence if possible; you may want to start by saying, “In response to your (DATE) editorial regarding …” (Note: As stated on the WilsonTimes.com website, be sure your letter is “related to recent news stories or editorials published in The Wilson Times. Your letters must be original, must be signed, and must include the writer’s address and telephone number for the purpose of verification.”)
  3. State your views quickly and in an organized way. Use a simple, conversational tone.
  4. Be sure to use facts and supply data that will support your points to ensure that your letter is informative and useful to readers.
  5. Be polite, even when you disagree. Foul or abusive language of any kind or personal unpleasantness is a letter’s ticket straight to the wastebasket. Remember who and what you represent and that your audience consists of 1000s of readers. Also, humor or sarcasm can add a bit of spice, but just remember that too much spice can spoil any dish or letter.
  6. Provide the Editor with your full name, address, and daytime telephone number. Anonymous letters generally are not published, though upon request, some editors may withhold the name of the letter writer.
  7. Don’t get discouraged if your letter is not printed the first time. Editors receive countless letters, and they simply don’t have room to print them all.
  8. Close with a brief statement, question, or suggestion.
  9. If at first you don’t succeed at having your letter published, try, try, and try again. Your persistence will pay off.
  10. If you are submitting your letter to the Editor at the Wilson Times, email it to editor@wilsontimes.com.

Track & Contact Your Congressional Leadership

Go to http://congress.freedomworks.org to find your Senator and/or Representative, their Scorecard, and their contact information.

Track & Contact Your NC Leadership

When your NC or Federal government leaders need to hear from you, this is your contact list. As you pay attention to what is going on in the local, state, and national news, call them when they do right and when they do wrong. Let them hear your voice. If you want a copy of this list that you can post on your refrigerator, CLICK HERE.

ATTENTION: For an in-depth look at how your NC Senator and NC Representative have been voting on various bills, go to CivitasAction.org (This site also includes the Senator’s and Representative’s contact info.).

President Barack Obama
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Phone: 202-456-1111
Gov. Pat McCrory
20301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-0301
Phone: 919-733-5811
Fax: 919-733-2120
Website: www.governor.state.nc.us
Tweet to @PatMcCroryNC
Sen. Phil Berger (NC Senate)
President Pro Tempore of the N.C. Senate
16 W. Jones Street, Room 2008
Raleigh, NC 27601-2808
Phone: 919-733-5708
Email: Phil.Berger@ncleg.net
Sen. Buck Newton (District 11)
NC Senate
300 N. Salisbury Street, Room 408
Raleigh, NC 27603-5925
Phone: 919-715-3030
Email: Buck.Newton@ncleg.net
Rep. Tim Moore
NC Speaker of the House
16 W. Jones Street, 2304
Raleigh, NC 27601
Raleigh Office: 919-733-3451
Email: Tim.Moore@ncleg.net
Rep. Susan Martin (District 8)
NC House of Representatives
300 N. Salisbury Street, Room 306C
Raleigh, NC 27603-5925
Raleigh Office: 919-715-3023
1407 Kenan Street NW
Wilson, NC 27893
Wilson Office: 252-285-2060
Email: Susan.Martin@ncleg.net
Rep. Jean Farmer-Butterfield (District 24)
NC House of Representatives
16 W. Jones Street, Room 1220
Raleigh, NC 27601-1096
Raleigh Office Phone: 919-733-5898
Wilson Office Phone: 252-237-1506
Email: Jean.Farmer-Butterfield@ncleg.net
Speaker John Boehner (U.S. House of Representatives)
DC Phone: 202-225-0600
Congressman George Holding (13th Cong. Dist.)
507 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
DC Office: 202-225-3032
3725 National Drive, Suite 101
Raleigh, NC 27612
Raleigh Office: 919-782-4400
Tweet to twitter.com/RepHolding
Congressman Walter Jones (3rd Cong. Dist.)
2333 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-3415
Fax: 202-225-3286
1105-C Corporate Drive
Greenville, NC 27858
Greenville Phone: 252-931-1003
Toll-free (in N.C. only) 800-351-1697
Fax: 252-931-1002
Congressman G.K. Butterfield (1st Cong. Dist.)
2305 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
DC Phone: 202-225-3101
216 NE Nash Street, Suite B
Wilson, N.C. 27893
Telephone: 252-237-9816
Sen. Richard Burr (U.S. Senate)
217 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
DC Phone: 202-224-3154
Fax: 202-228-2981
100 Coast Line Street, Room 210
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
Rocky Mount Phone: 252-977-9522
Fax: 252-977-7902
Tweet to twitter.com/SenatorBurr
Sen. Thom Tillis (U.S. Senate)
G55 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
DC Phone: 202-224-6342
Fax 202-228-2563
310 New Bern Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27601
Raleigh Phone: 919-856-4630

Attend Local Government Meetings

Wilson City Council (Contact #: 252-399-2302)

Monthly meeting schedule: Every 3rd Thurs @ 7 pm @ City Hall (2nd Thurs in Dec) – Full schedule @ www.wilsonnc.org/government/agendas/citycouncil.

Aired live on Channel 8 (Greenlight & Time Warner Cable). Replay schedule & view on-line @ www.wilsonnc.org/government/broadcastschedule.

Wilson Planning Board

Monthly meeting schedule: Every 1st Tues @ 7 pm @ City Hall – Full schedule @ www.wilsonnc.org/government/agendas/planningboard.

Wilson Co. Commissioners (Website: http://www.wilson-co.com/index.aspx?nid=114)

Streaming video and past recorded mtgs/minutes are available @ www.wilson-co.com/media.

Wilson Co. School Board (Contact # 252.399.7700; Website: www.wilsonschoolsnc.net/pages/Wilson_County_Schools/Departments/Board_of_Education)



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