Elections, as we know, have consequences, and here's one of them: the crowd who thinks they should have the "religious liberty" to discriminate against people they're scared of getting cooties from are now in charge of the Executive and Legislative branches of our government. President Trump reportedly readied yet another of his infamous Executive Orders, one that would permit federal contractors to discriminate in hiring, in benefits, and in public services on the basis of their supposed "religious beliefs"; supposedly Mr. Trump's daughter Ivanka and her husband, both gay rights supporters, talked him out of it, but Americans United for the Separation of Church and State helps you tell Mr. Trump anyway to reject any plans to let Americans use "religious beliefs" as an excuse to discriminate against gays, women, and others. But Congressidiots are readying the so-called First Amendment Defense Act for reintroduction, which would let anyone discriminate against anyone else based on their "religious beliefs." And our opponents constantly claim we're oppressing them by not letting them do so! What whiners! Folks can have any religious belief they like, and can't be put in jail merely for having them -- but acting upon them in such a way that deprives other folks of their rights is evil. So CREDO helps you tell your Congressfolk to reject the First Amendment Defense Act.
Meanwhile, the Sierra Club helps you tell the Delaware River Basin Commission (or DRBC) to permanently ban fracking in the area of the Delaware River Basin. The Delaware River Basin, as you might imagine, provides drinking water to some 15 million good Americans across four states (Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York), and fracking in the Basin would pretty much destroy that; there's a reason, after all, that the area's state Republican Senators made sure to slip a gas-drilling moratorium into the state budget back in 2012. The Commission doesn't derive its authority from the Pennsylvania legislature, of course, but from all four of the aforementioned states and our federal government; they've imposed a temporary moratorium on fracking in the Basin, but we need to make that permanent. And if you really want to indulge in some force message multiplication, find friends and neighbors who hunt and fish and get them to tell the DRBC to protect the Delaware River Basin forever. If they organize, right-wing politicians may shrink -- we just saw this happen with Rep. Chaffetz's sudden withdrawal of H.R. 621 (which would have enabled the selling of millions of acres of public land) after outdoor recreationalists joined the fight against it.