Submission Guidelines

We welcome submissions* on any topics dealing with liberty, such as politics, culture, economics, and faith.

Email submissions to Please follow these guidelines:

  • Submit articles as Word documents
  • Keep word length between 200 and 1,200 words
  • Do not insert images into the text
  • Include author biography of no more than 30 words
    (you can link to your blog or social media profiles)
  • Include author photo

We will notify you if we accept your submission.

*We also accept previously-published articles if copyright permits.

Call for Submissions’s writers are citizen journalists. The Founders called these journalists newsmongers, being “[o]ne[s] that dea[l] with news,” with “news” being a “fre[s]h account of anything.” promotes the Founders’ understanding of liberty as, in part, “freedom and relaxation of re[s]traint.” Government, with its power to use law’s force against citizens, is liberty’s biggest threat and thus’s main focus of discussion.

We have launched to allow more citizen journalists to promote liberty, and we accept submissions at publishes articles on a variety of topics related to liberty, such as politics, culture, economics, and faith. Articles can vary from commentaries on current events to policy analyses to historical overviews.

Just as newsmongers such as Thomas Paine used printing presses in the 1700s to publish their opinions and news accounts, today we citizen journalists use blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and other communication instruments to publish news and our views. If you’re a conservative or libertarian who’d like to publish your opinions or news accounts, then is your press!