H.R. 6054, the Unmasking Antifa Act, purports to be a bill preventing protestors from wearing disguises, but actually targets (as the bill's own title says!) the Antifa protestors who just so happen to oppose obnoxious racists who support our Administration. We could easily argue that bills targeting one set of protestors discriminate against those protestors -- just as we could have easily argued that bills "unmasking" Ku Klux Klan members do the same -- but you don't even need to go there to oppose this bill. If protestors want to disguise their identities, whether out of fear of being beaten up or out of simple cowardice, then the other good Americans watching them can decide for themselves how they feel about it; passing a bill attacking protestors who wear masks sure doesn't seem like trusting people, not government. Hence Defending Rights and Dissent helps you tell your Congressfolk to protect free speech for everyone by rejecting H.R. 6054.
Meanwhile, Americans for Tax Fairness helps you tell your Congressfolk to demand answers from corporations over how they've spent their enormous tax cuts. You know, like how many of their employees got pay raises due to the tax "reform" bill (spoiler alert: very few), or how much money corporations are spending on stock buybacks versus wage hikes (spoiler alert: stock buyback money exceeds wage hike money by about a 37:1 ratio), or whether corporations gave their employees a pay raise anywhere near the $4,000 our President said would happen (spoiler alert: hahahahahaha). By asking them to account for this tax "reform," of course, you may well be inviting them to prevaricate about it, as Rep.
Chauncey Gardiner Hultgren did last month, but at least make them make fools of themselves in public, that's what I say. I just wish they needed more prodding to do that.