So President Biden met with the 10 Republican "moderates" who proposed a COVID relief package less than one third the size of his proposal, and so we ask: these are the moderates of the party lowballing Mr. Biden? (One might also wonder how Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas can be a "moderate" and a co-founder of the Senate Tea Party Caucus, but I digress.) So go ahead and call your Reps and Senators and tell them what you want from a COVID relief package: more funding for testing and tracing, $2,000 checks every month (versus one $1,000 check from the moderates), funding for states and localities (versus nothing), a $15/hour minimum wage (ditto), paid family leave (ditto), and higher enhanced unemployment benefits (you get the picture). You might also mention rolling back the CARES Act's hedge fund tax cut and raising taxes on corporations and millionaire income. Remember: people want good government more than "bipartisan" government, and nobody wants to "unify" with people who hurt them.
Meanwhile, Moms Rising helps you tell your Congressfolk to support the Counseling Not Criminalization Act. This bill (which has no House or Senate bill numbers as of this writing) came up in the last Congress, too; it would replace police officers (who too often attack school children) with counselors and nurses (who can deal with a child's problems more appropriately). I mean none of that to slight police officers; I often say that we shouldn't use cops as the Swiss Army knives of our civilization, and that we shouldn't run to them with every conceivable request for assistance from the state -- and we certainly shouldn't do that after we've trained them to be ready to be violent at a moment's notice! Cops patrol schools for only two reasons: 1) someone well-meaning sees them as a natural solution to a discipline problem, and 2) someone cynical sees them as a way to prove a fake toughness. So let's get police out of schools, and let's get people in there who we've actually trained to help kids do better.
Finally, if you've missed previous opportunities to tell big corporations to stop financing the political campaigns of the politicians who tried to overturn the 2020 election, then Daily Kos still helps you do that. Big corporate campaign donations are already unpopular, so big corporate donations to politicians who tried to overturn the election because they're a bunch of big whiny babies should be even more unpopular -- but only if we wield the Big Stick of Bad PR. 147 Congressional Republicans aided and abetted the attempted coup on our Capitol, and it doesn't matter how many of them voted the way they did because they were afraid not to -- if they can be threatened into submission that easily, they shouldn't be in Congress to begin with. And no, wielding the Big Stick of Bad PR isn't "the same" as threatening Congressfolk with violence. The former is civilized behavior, but threats aren't. It's shameful we even have to explain that.