As you know by now, the FCC has officially filed a "notice of proposed rulemaking" that they've got the cojones to entitle "Restoring Internet Freedom" -- by which of course they mean "restoring internet service providers' freedom to restrict your freedom" -- and during this time the FCC nominally listens to citizen feedback about their proposal. Free Press helps you express your opposition to the Trump FCC's attempts to gut-not-restore internet freedom, but I think this issue also merits a phone call to your Reps and Senators, so that they, too, might amplify our voices against the FCC's naked corporatist power grab. The FCC's current net neutrality rules require internet service providers to treat all pieces of network traffic neutrally; if ISPs had the "freedom" they want, they could make Miley Cyrus twerking videos load faster than whatever webpage you want to see, or even make you watch Miley Cyrus twerking videos before (or instead of) visiting whatever webpage you want to see. All of that means less freedom for you, so you ought to fight it.
Meanwhile, the Trump Administration released its tax "reform" plan last week, and certainly you ought to call your Reps and Senators (using the tools in the upper right-hand corner of this page, or on the bottom of this page, if you're viewing it on a cellphone) and tell them to oppose it, because it's pretty nefarious, but you can also sign Defend the Estate Tax's petition, because the Estate Tax deserves some special consideration. Estate Tax opponents have long called it the "death tax," and have long told sob stories about family farms going broke because of it, but both of these are utter propaganda -- it's not a "death tax" unless everyone has to pay it, and literally almost 99.9% of Americans don't have a large enough estate to pay it. Also, as David Corn told us in The Lies of George W. Bush, the American Farm Bureau, a notorious estate tax opponent, couldn't find a single family farm crushed by the tax. Estate tax repeal, like the rest of Mr. Trump's tax plan, would mainly benefit Mr. Trump and people like him. Who ain't people like us, amirite?