We are always open to considering outside articles for publication.

If you have an article that you would like to submit, please ensure that it adheres to the following requirements:

  • Articles should be roughly 300-600 words, but we will consider articles of any reasonable length
  • We expect analytical articles to include evidence from reliable, fairly non-partisan sources (C-SPAN, AP, NPR, Bloomberg, etc)
  • As TBC’s mission is both to raise awareness about issues and offer solutions for said issues, we would prefer if articles at least touched upon a policy implementation or action that can be taken by citizens to resolve the issue. Our goal is to increase civic engagement, participation, and awareness — giving people something that they can do or a policy that they can push for is of the utmost importance
  • Articles relating to international issues are fine as long as you explain why said issue is relevant to America

We will not consider articles that:

  • Simply bash an individual/group/political party — we’re not about incessantly attacking the opposition
  • Are riddled with spelling/gramatical errors

We will consider articles from members of any political party/faction/belief system. You don’t have to be a liberal or a Democrat to submit to TBC — you simply need to believe in progressing our nation through using our voices and acting to fight for change.

All submissions can be sent to
Please make “Article Submission, (your name)” the subject of the email. Submit the article as a PDF. If you wish, include a short author bio & your social media/website for us to publish alongside your article.


We are also open to policy recommendations. If you have a policy that you think should be implemented at a federal level, let us (and your Congresspeople!) know.

Policies should be in line with our beliefs in progressivism & productivity as well as our current platform.

We ask that you include a short explanation of why you believe said policy should be implemented. A link to an article on the matter is acceptable.

If you wish to submit a policy recommendation, send it to
Please make “Policy Recommendation, (your name)” the subject of the email.