Replace NAFTA helps you tell your House Reps to reject any trade agreement, including the currently-being-renegotiated NAFTA, that includes the nefarious "investor-state tribunal" as a mechanism for resolving trade disputes. "Investor-state tribunals" (a.k.a. investor-state dispute settlement, or ISDS) allow foreign corporations to sue our government if our government passes laws that "hurt" those corporations' investors -- and if they win, they can exact tribute from the American taxpayer. If you're on the left, you may worry about foreign corporations suing over clean air and clean water laws, and if you're on the right, you may worry about foreign corporations suing to end "right-to-work" laws at the state level, but either way, you worry about submitting to international tribunals that can nullify our laws. "Free" trade deals tend to have an ISDS mechanism, and it gets abused -- witness the corporations rushing into Spain to "develop solar power" right before that country started scaling down its solar subsidies, merely so they could sue Spain and win money! It can happen here -- unless we fight.
Meanwhile, CREDO helps you tell the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to reject Energy Secretary Perry's proposal to force taxpayers to subsidize aging coal and nuclear power plants. Specifically, the proposal would require utilities to fund any coal and nuclear plants, even those that should be retired, as long as they keep 90 days' worth of fuel on-site. Presumably, the Trump Administration would sell this plan as a) something that improves the reliability of the electric grid and b) something that would keep coal miners employed. Of course, if you've been sentient over the last half-century or so, then you know that the electric grid is already quite reliable, and doesn't need the help -- indeed, Mr. Perry's own Department of Energy recently came to this very same conclusion in spite of him! -- and employing coal miners in decaying and noxious coal plants isn't nearly as good an idea as retraining them to build and maintain solar and wind plants, though these items are the real enemy as far as the Trump Administration is concerned. But they don't get all the say in America -- we do.