First things first: in what might be the very definition of a frivolous lawsuit, MGM is actually suing a thousand victims of last year's Las Vegas mass shooting, hoping to immunize itself from lawsuits those victims are filing. I suspect MGM's suit would likely fail in court -- the law in question, the 2002 SAFETY Act, would more likely immunize the security corporation MGM hired to cover the country music concert at which the mass shooting happened than it would immunize MGM. But winning probably isn't the point -- intimidating mass shooting victims into dropping lawsuits against MGM is probably the point. Which makes it a SLAPP lawsuit in addition to a frivolous one. And which puts mass shooting victims through the emotional ringer again, as if they haven't fucking suffered enough. Hence Melissa Holmes has started a petition at Change.org which helps you tell country music artists to boycott MGM until it drops its pre-emptive lawsuit stratagem.
Meanwhile, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Congressfolk that any renegotiated NAFTA must serve the American people, not corporations, then Sign for Good still helps you do that. The harms "free" trade have done to good Americans are real -- not just in lost jobs, lost wages, and more pollution, but also in the nefarious "investor-state dispute settlement" (or ISDS) system, which not only lets big corporations sue the American taxpayer for having the temerity to pass some labor or environmental legislation that "cost" them money, but allows those corporations to exact tribute from the American taxpayer for their "losses." Look, either entrepreneurs are our best and brightest or they constantly need bailouts from the taxpayer, but not both. And if "law and order" means anything, it certainly means "not letting external tribunals nullify our laws because it gave some corporate shareholder a sad." Seriously, you can't be "tough" and a weakling at the same time.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Congressfolk to stop American participation in the Saudi-UAE bombing campaign of the Yemeni port of Hodeidah -- an act which puts millions more good Yemeni at risk of famine -- then Just Foreign Policy and Change.org still help you do that. Our Congressfolk seem to inch ever closer to maybe voting against any further participation by our nation in the Saudi-UAE war against Yemen, but like Zeno's arrow they never hit their target, almost as if that's the whole idea. All we can do is tell them to stop supporting a war in which Congress never authorized our participation, a war that has caused unbearable pain and hardship for the Yemeni people, a war which just so happens to be killing off some of the best al-Qaeda fighters in the world (those being the Houthi rebels the Saudi-UAE coalition is so hot to exterminate). Seriously, when are we going to be smart in the Middle East?