CREDO helps you tell Congressional Democrats to commit to repealing and replacing the Trump tax bill. Find such talk "counterproductive"? Consider that Republicans whined about repealing-and-replacing the Affordable Care Act, a far less offensive bill, for nearly seven years, and their reward was the Presidency and control of both houses of Congress. Sure, they couldn't actually repeal (let alone replace!) Obamacare, but they sure have done a lot of other damage. And my guess is that a lot of working families would like their tax deductions back, and polling tells us that they know cutting corporate taxes doesn't "create jobs" any more than cutting taxes on the wealthy "creates jobs." You know what creates jobs? Taxing the rich such that they face a choice of paying most of their millionaire income to our government or actually investing that money in jobs, salaries, and production. Indeed, that's how it used to work, back in the country that teabaggers always say they wish this country could be.
Meanwhile, our government still enables Saudi oppression of Yemen, but it sure ain't popular -- even 47 U.S. Senators voted to stop giving military aid to Saudi Arabia so it can continue its war against Yemen. This war has not only resulted in epidemics and starvation, but has put America in the peculiar position of helping al-Qaeda! The Saudis are going after the Houthi rebels, after all, and the Houthi rebels fight al-Qaeda better than almost anyone else does. Can you see Mr. bin Laden smiling from beyond at our folly? Well, how would you like to wipe that damn smile off his face? Let Just Foreign Policy and Change.org help you tell your Congressfolk to keep the Executive branch from refueling the Saudi warplanes that bomb Yemen. After all, it's not like the Executive branch even has authority from Congress to get involved in this quagmire. (Remember, the 2001 AUMF doesn't give the President a blank check to do what he likes.)
Finally, CREDO helps you tell your Congressfolk to support H.R. 4138/S. 2011, the Medicare Drug Price Negotiation Act. H.R. 4138/S. 2011 would do as its title says: it would let Medicare negotiate drug prices on behalf of seniors using Part D. Letting Medicare negotiate its own drug prices would result in seniors getting the same benefit for less taxpayer money, which you'd think would be attractive to fiscal conservatives. The bill would also force big pharma corporations to offer low-income working families rebates on prescription drugs. Now, a similarly-titled bill -- H.R. 242/S. 41, the Medicare Prescription Drug Price Negotiation Act -- would also enable Medicare to negotiate drug prices, but that's about all it would do; I might settle for that in a sincere negotiation with Republicans, but I think the Cleveland Browns will go to the NFL playoffs before a "sincere negotiation with Republicans" will happen, so certainly let's not pre-emptively settle.