The nefarious Russell Amendment, which would have reversed Mr. Obama's Executive Order preventing federal contractors from discriminating against employees based on sexual orientation or gender identity, didn't make it into the Defense Authorization bill, but word on the street is that was only because Mr. Trump had already promised to reverse the Order himself. Our government is a pretty big employer, so Mr. Obama's Order ensures some protection from discrimination for over one out of every five American workers. And though Donald Trump doesn't care what you think just like George W. Bush didn't care what you thought, his duty as President is to execute the people's will, not coddle the most reactionary elements in his own caucus, and our duty as Americans is to remind him to do his duty. And the people's will is to be fair to all Americans, regardless of the kind of "religious convictions" people have used as an excuse to discriminate for centuries now. Hence Freedom for All Americans helps you tell President-elect Trump to ensure that federal contractors aren't allowed to discriminate against gay and transgendered folk.
Meanwhile, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell 17 big banks to cut off their financial support for the building of the Dakota Access pipeline, then Sign for Good still helps you do that. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has lately refused to grant certain critical building permits until a proper environmental review can be done, but you know Mr. Trump plans to reverse that decision, too, because he seems to think all regulations are bad and all energy development is good, apparently. Of course, regulations that actually protect our air and water aren't bad, and doubling down on pollution-belching energy production isn't always good, either, particularly when renewable energy development is doing pretty well, no thanks to big energy corporations. But if Donald Trump isn't going to work with America, then America has to work around him, and ensure that Energy Transfer Partners doesn't get the funding from banks to complete the job. Banks don't like bad publicity, you know, and water cannons on peaceful protestors isn't the kind of thing banks want to be associated with. But they may need to be reminded of that.