Our Administration isn't just saber-rattling with Venezuela these days -- they've also set their sights on Iran, by designating part of the Iranian military as a "terrorist organization" and refusing to rule out attacking Iran under that 2001 AUMF that Congress should have repealed long ago. Hence S. 1039, the aptly-named Prevention of Unconstitutional War with Iran Act, would defund any Administration effort to attack Iran without explicit Congressional approval. There are plenty of reasons to dislike the Iranian government (they're fundamentalists, they're a police state, they held 52 good Americans hostage for over a year from 1979-81, etc.), but those are not necessarily reasons to wage war on Iran. And we all saw how the occupation of Iraq went; now try that in a country with three times the population. Win Without War helps you tell your Senators to pass S. 1039 and thus slow our Administration's bloodlust for war with Iran.
Meanwhile, Sign for Good helps you tell the Senate to pass H.R. 1, the For the People Act, and thus protect our right to vote. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (E-KY), as you know, has said he won't bring H.R. 1 up for a vote in the Senate despite its passage by the House because, and I quote, "I get to decide what we vote on." Ah, no: the American people decide what you vote on, and if the American people want voting rights reform, campaign finance reform, redistricting reform, and ethics reform, there is no "I get to decide." We have become such a cynical people that we just shrug when a guy like Mob Boss Mitch says "I get to decide what we vote on." But if we act in numbers they can't ignore, we can change that. Toward that end, you might want to call Sen. McConnell's office, either in D.C. or at one of his Kentucky contacts; you can find that information at his website. Don't worry if you're not a Kentucky resident; no one put a gun to his head and made him leader of the entire Senate, after all.
Finally, speaking of things Mob Boss Mitch doesn't want to do, the Electronic Frontier Foundation helps you tell your Senators to pass H.R. 1644/S. 682, the Save the Internet Act, and thus restore net neutrality protections for good Americans. The FCC repealed its Open Internet Order in 2017, as you know, and thus allowed big telecom corporations to block websites, make them load more slowly, and otherwise herd you into junk news ghettoes. You may not have seen very much of that lately, but that means nothing -- any unearned power gets abused eventually, and no freedom disappears so completely as one that disappears slowly. Yes, your right to go where you want to go on the internet is a freedom, and some corporation's "right" to make you go where they want you to go so they can make more money is not a freedom. At least, it ain't freedom for us -- and protecting our freedom is our government's job.