Stay on Their Asses, Yell, Scream, Threaten, Wake'em up and Wack'em



Downloadable for Mail Merges (if you don't know how to do mail merges go here) (or here for email merge) don't call me on how or to do them, if you want me to do them its $125.00 Per Hour.

Congress fax Numbers
Harris county Emails
Media Emails
Texas Rep Fax Numbers

all are either xcel or csv files. (right click and save as to download)

Media links

Open Secrets (who give and who gets)

these I go to constantly

Israel Defense Forces (english)

National Intelligence Council

I probably have 1000's more links and such on this. This is a great start. For instance I have all the embassy addresses of all the countries, I give them hell also. Get Busy call'em, write'em, fax'em believe me they get the message. I cannot tell you how many responses I get back but its way up there. If you are not getting a response it's probably because you did not scream loud enough. I used to be nice and refrain from name calling, it did not do any good. Do whatever it takes to get them to listen.

One of the most important things to do is to respond to the "intellectuals", sometime these people hide behind their formal educations and have no idea what the real world is. Hammer these guys unmercifully. They write and write many times on the tax-payers dime and condemn the very society that nurtures them. I never let one go on this, never. Like Joseph A Massad at Columbia, he's the guy that called for 1000 WTC's from the Muslims. This bastard should be taken to task behind a woodshed. But there are many like him.

TV News Contacts
Include your name, address and phone number with your letter, even if it's an email.

David Westin
ABC News President
77 W. 6th Street
New York, NY 10023
212-456-4292 - fax
Switchboard (ask for newsroom):
FAX: 212.456.2795
L.A. Headquarters
ABC, Inc.
500 S. Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521-4551
Phone number: (818) 460-7477

NBC National:
Neil Shapiro
NBC News President
30 Rockefeller Place
New York, NY 10112
Switchboard (ask for newsroom):
FAX: 201.583.5453
MSNBC National
Mark Effron
MSNBC VP Live News
One MSNBC Plaza
Secaucus, NJ 07094
201-583-5199 - fax
FAX: 201.583.5590

Les Moonves
CBS News President
524 W. 57th Street
New York, NY 10019
Switchboard (ask for newsroom):
FAX: 212.975.1893
KCBS Channel 2 News
6121 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028
323-460-3733 - fax
go to

CNN National:
Walter Issacson
CNN News President
1 CNN Center
Atlanta, GA 30303
404-827-4215 - fax
CNN Contact Form
Switchboard (ask for newsroom):
CNN Local:
Switchboard (ask for newsroom):

PBS National
Switchboard (ask for newsroom):

John Moody
Sr. V.P. News Editoral
1211 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
212-398-8726 - fax
Switchboard (ask for newsroom):
212.575.4670 FAX: 212.301.8274
KTTV Fox-11 News
1999 S. Bundy Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90025
[no fax available] or

More Media

CBS 48 Hours
CBS 60 min II
FOX News - Beltway
FOX News Comments
Matt Drudge
NY Times - Editor
People Magazine
Jeff Rense
FOX News - Fox Report
FOX Friends
CBS Face the Nation
FOX News - Full Nelson
Washington Times
CNBC Hardball w/ Chris Matthews
CNN Jeff Greenfield
Los Angeles Times - Letters
NY Post Editor
The N.Y. Times - Letters
NBC Meet the Press
NBC Nightly News (alt.)
NBC Nightly News
FOX News - Special
CBS Sunday Morning
FOX News - The Edge
CBS Weekend News
Weekend Today
Nightly News with Tom Brokaw
Dateline NBC
Meet the Press
Imus in the Morning
Buchanan and Press
The Abrams Report
Countdown: Iraq
MSNBC Reports
MSNBC Investigates
Headliners & Legends
National Geographic Explorer
Weekend Magazine
MSNBC Feedback
MSNBC Hardball
MSNBC Editorial Comments
MSNBC Opinion
MSNBC - The News
ABC 20/20
ABC World News Tonight
ABC Nightline
ABC World News Now

Write to all of these at once:
Click here

The following do not have email addresses, but here are the web contact form URLs:

ABC Good Morning America
Peter Jennings, ABC World News Tonight
Ted Koppel, ABC Nightline
ABC World News Now

California Newspaper Editors

San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco Examiner
The Orange County Register
Modesto Bee
San Francisco Bay Guardian
San Jose Mercury News
Vacaville Reporter
San Diego Union Tribune
New Times, San Louis Obispo
Sacramento Bee
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Daily Bruin, UCLA Viewpoint
Village Voice
Whole Life Times
Etiquette When Writing to Officials
The fundamental don'ts:

DON'T begin on the righteous note of "As a citizen and taxpayer . . ." Your elected representatives assume you are a citizen, they know we all pay taxes.

DON'T apologize for taking his or her time. If you are brief and to the point, he or she is glad to hear from you.

DON'T say "I hope this gets by your secretary." This only irritates the staff.

DON'T be rude or threatening. It will get you nowhere.

DON'T be vague. Some letters received in congressional offices are couched in such general terms that it leaves the senator or representative wondering what the writer had in mind.

Write or call your U.S. Representative in Congress

Writing a letter is the best way to influence your legislators. Include your address in your letter. The best approach is to write to your own representative. You may also try writing to legislators who go on TV to push a certain point of view. Good luck.

To find your Congressional Representative's name on-line

Look up ZIP + 4
Look up rep's name using ZIP + 4

The Honorable _________
House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Congressional Switchboard:
Toll free (800) 839-5276
(202) 225-3121

House of Representatives on-line

Try the L.A. Times Congressional Email service.

or use the NORML fax page:

Fax Congress

Write or call your two U.S. Senators


The Honorable __________
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

Senate Switchboard:
Toll free (800) 839-5276
(202) 224-3121

Senate on-line

To find your Senators on line
surf to the

Contact the White House:

Telephone comment line:
(202) 456-1111

Fax: (202) 456-2461

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington, DC 20500

First Lady
Vice President
To write all of them

Links to News Contact your local media here
Go here to find your elected officials and media by ZIP code. Excellent resource.
Here's a site with good media links
Media Awareness Project: Press Links

Write to the UN Security Council,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Click here to write to all these addresses in one letter.


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My Government

The Honorable Kofi Annan
Secretary-General of the United Nations
United Nations Headquarters
First Avenue
at 46th Street
New York, New York 10017

The Honorable John Bolton
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations
799 United Nations Plaza
New York, New York 10017

George Bush

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC  20500


Richard Cheney

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, DC  20500


Kay Bailey Hutchinson

284 Russell Senate Office Building

Washington, DC  20510-4304


John Cornyn

517 Hart Building

Washington, DC  20510


Kevin Brady

428 Cannon House Office Building

Washington, DC  20515


Thomas Williams

Post Office Box 12068

Capitol Station

Austin, TX  78711


Joe Crabb

Room 1N.07, Capitol Extension

Post Office Box 2910

Austin, TX  78768


Rick Perry

1100 Congress Avenue

Capitol Building

Austin, TX  78701


David Dewhurst

Post Office Box 12068

Austin, TX  78711-2873


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