If you've missed previous opportunities to tell Senate Majority Leader "Mob Boss Mitch" McConnell (E-KY) to hold a vote on the House-passed H.R. 1, the For the People Act, then you can still call him at 202.224.2541. That's his D.C. office; if it doesn't answer, you can go right to his Senate website and find a suitable phone number if you scroll down past "Services for Kentuckians" and down to "Office Locations." I've said that it looks bad that Mob Boss Mitch has said that he won't hold a vote on H.R. 1 because "I get to decide what we vote on," but he should hold a Senate vote on H.R. 1 because it's a good bill, with many necessary reforms in voting rights, campaign finance, redistricting, and ethics. And if we're wrong about H.R. 1, and it's actually a bad bill, he and those who agree with him should be able to convince good Americans why, instead of simply saying there'll be no vote because Mob Boss Mitch is in charge. That ain't a good look in a democracy.
Meanwhile, as you know, Congress voted to pass a "resolution of disapproval" that would nullify our President's "national emergency" declaration, one he undertook so he could fund his vanity border wall -- and then, of course, our President vetoed the resolution. So now the resolution goes back to the House, and word on the street is that they'll vote on the override tomorrow (Tuesday), so People for the American Way helps you tell your House Reps to stand for law and order by voting to override our President's veto. There are still some folks in America who don't understand this -- or who only understand this when a Democrat's President -- so I'll say it again: the President is not America, and yes you can oppose the President and still stand for law and order. Indeed, our Founders anticipated that good Americans would have to do this again and again. And if our House Reps fail to do our will here, shame will find them no matter where they run.
Finally, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has delivered his report on alleged collusion by our President with Russia during the 2016 campaign (and related matters) to our Attorney General, and now both Public Citizen and People for the American Way help you demand that the Mueller report be made public. We paid for the damn thing, after all, and even Dastardly Devin Nunez has said the report should be made public, so what's the argument against it? "I won so I can do whatever I want"? "Fake news"? "No collusion!"? "WITCH HUNT!"? What a profound insult that last item is to the memory of those who died in Salem in 1692 and 1693, by the way. It's like he wants the cheap thrill of calling himself oppressed without doing any of the hard work of actually being oppressed! But then, he's never been one for hard work of any kind, has he? Anyway, let's all see the report, even if our President prematurely (ahem) declares that it vindicates him.
UPDATE. The House failed to overturn our President's veto on Tuesday, so the "national emergency" declaration will go to court, where it faces, shall we say, an uncertain future, since it was, after all, a "national emergency" declaration made by a President who said, out loud, that he "didn't need" to declare said national emergency.