Worried that the courts won't stop the FCC's net neutrality repeal? Bummed that Democrats have had trouble finding a 51st vote in the Senate to help stop it? Well, Roots Action helps you tell your state legislators to mandate that state and local governments get internet services only from corporations that respect net neutrality principles. You've heard, no doubt, that the FCC's recent net neutrality repeal would prevent states from creating their own net neutrality laws (because right-wingers so love states' rights!), but Montana Gov. Steve Bullock has mandated that any corporation doing internet business with the state must respect basic net neutrality provisions, and that's plainly not the legislature making a law. Folks who would cry AMURKIAN CAESAR!!!!! at Mr. Bullock's order should consider whether Montana state law specifically empowers -- oh, why bother? These are the same people who excoriated Mr. Obama's orders but applaud Mr. Trump's.
Meanwhile, given the ongoing imbroglio in Honduras -- whose government has been beating the snot out of protestors for two months after quite possibly ascending to power via massive election fraud -- Witness for Peace helps you tell your Senators to withhold security-related aid from Honduras as long as it oppresses its citizens and tell your Representatives to support H.R. 1929, the Berta Cáceres Human Rights in Honduras Act. Both these actions would help ensure that American taxpayer money doesn't help Honduras beat down its citizens in the streets, but can we take a minute to applaud these good citizens? They're still out there, even as their government has killed some 30 folks and injured hundreds more; as with the good Iranians taking to the streets after the very suspicious re-election of Mr. Ahmedinejad in 2009, we should remember that, in some parts of the world, you literally risk your life to do the right thing.