First things first. Hot on the heels of a "heartbeat" bill designed to test whether our Supreme Court will continue to uphold Roe v. Wade, Ohio state legislators have introduced HB 413, which would force doctors to reimplant an ectopic pregnancy inside a woman's uterus or face "abortion murder" charges, even though scientists tell us that such reimplantation is medically impossible. I guess they'll call that an "unintended consequence" of the bill, but the hell it is -- today's "conservatives" care nothing about good policy, and they certainly don't care about reducing abortions; they only care about swordfighting over who's more "conservative." You can reach House Speaker Larry Householder (R-72) at 614.466.2500, and Senate Majority Leader Larry Obhof (R-22) at 614.466.7505, and Gov. Mike DeWine (R) at 614.644.4375, so you can tell them you want Ohio to stop playing politics with women's lives and reject HB 413.
Meanwhile, our government continues to enable the Saudi/UAE war on Yemen, a continuing humanitarian disaster, and our government also talks of revoking Temporary Protected Status (or TPS) for every refugee it can, hence Win Without War helps you tell your Congressfolk to ensure that Yemeni refugees can still get TPS status in America. I mean, if we're going to help create the conditions from which refugees try to flee, it would be hypocritical for us to shut our doors to those same refugees, would it not? And don't let anyone try to tell you that giving TPS to Yemeni refugees would "cause terrorism," not just because refugees flee terror, but because Jesus Mary and Joseph the war on Yemen causes more terrorism! Yes, by targeting the Houthi rebels in Yemen, we are helping decimate the ranks of some of the best al-Qaeda fighters on Earth. So no one gets to play the "terror" card when discussing TPS status for Yemeni refugees -- at least, not if they don't want to be the stupidest people on Earth.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell your Congressfolk to investigate the flow of our taxpayer money into our President's pockets, then Americans for Tax Fairness still helps you do that. And if your Tea Party uncle tells you that all politicians do it, ask him: does that make it right? Seriously, this is the question we must always ask! Every day we must battle the cynicism of which far too many Americans are proud! And it is most pointedly not beside the point that a President (even one who got only 46% of the popular vote!) might use the power of his office to fill his coffers with taxpayer money. I'm old enough to remember when politicians avoided even strictly-speaking-legal diversions of taxpayer money into their properties, so worried were they about the appearance of corruption. And that's an America we ought to bring back, regardless of whether or not it hurts the feelings of our President's most devoted supporters.