Long story short: tell President Biden to close Guantánamo Bay, ban killer drones, appoint a fifth FCC Commissioner, and reject the proposed Twin Metals mine, and tell BlueTriton to stop taking public water from California. Use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs to communicate your will.
Daily Kos helps you tell President Biden to close the Guantánamo Bay detention center and end the nefarious practice of "indefinite detention." To review: Tha Bush Mobb asserted that these were really, really bad people, the baddest of the bad, the Obama Administration said they were "too difficult to prosecute, but too dangerous to release," and then Donald Trump said WE NEEDZ TO MAKE TEH GUANTANAMOZ BIGGERZ!!!! and suggested sending American COVID patients there. In other words, Guantánamo Bay represents nothing but American shame. If I did something that shameful, I'd stop doing it. Maybe that's the difference between Americans and their leaders, in a nutshell.
Win Without War helps you tell President Biden to ban autonomous killer drones. That's right, killer robots! They're not just for sci-fi dystopias anymore! It's bad enough that we have soldiers remotely controlling drones to kill people, but now we've got AI-powered drones that, ah, don't require orders to kill people. They think they're taking the soldiers, and thus the bodybags, out of the war, but they're just making it easier to be an unfeeling killing machine. Drones have killed tens of thousands of folks nowhere near a battlefield; how long before that happens in your neighborhood? And to think Fox News wants you to worry about Black Lives Matter protestors and antifa! You want something to worry about? Worry about drones doing their own thing -- to you.
The Juggernaut Project helps you tell President Biden to appoint a fifth FCC Commissioner who'll help reinstate net neutrality as the law of the land. Currently the FCC has only four Commissioners, which means a 2-2 deadlock whenever they decide to act on net neutrality again, which means that until President Biden appoints the fifth Commissioner, big internet providing corporations will be able to slow traffic, block content, and create the notorious "fast lanes" that you don't have the money to buy into. It also means a world where big corporations, not you, control your internet experience. So let's get our President moving.
Penn Environment helps you tell the Biden Administration to reject the proposed Twin Metals mine abutting the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Our Forest Service said the project would cause "irreparable harm" to the wilderness area, but then, you know, we elected a President who only cares about money -- and bosses' money, at that -- which means every evil project went back on the table. Our Agriculture Secretary, Tom Vilsack, has said the Biden Administration hasn't made a decision yet. But if you think the decision not to pollute the most-visited wilderness in America shouldn't be that hard, go ahead and tell them so.
Finally, Environmental Action helps you tell BlueTriton to stop hoovering up California's public water just so they can make bottled water from it. There is a drought going on in California, after all. By the way, you could call BlueTriton "the Artist Formerly Known as Nestlé Waters North America." Could it be that it changed its name because it took so, so many PR hits for trying to siphon off public water all over America, such that even its successes backfired on it? Why, yes, it could be, and you have yourself to thank for that, if you've made waves about Nestlé's nefarious works over the last decade. All they did about it was change the name, but we're on to them, and we can't, we won't, and we don't stop.