Long story short: tell your Congressfolk to end our involvement in the war on Yemen, pass strong protections for financial sector whistleblowers, and pass the DISCLOSE Act. Use the tools in the upper right-hand corner of this page (or, if you're on a cellphone, the bottom of this page) to find your Congressfolk's phone numbers and/or use the email/petition tools in the following paragraphs.
Peace Action helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass the Yemen War Powers Resolution, which would enable our Congress to claw back some of the war-declaring power they’ve historically delegated (unconstitutionally!) to our President, at least as far as Yemen is concerned. President Biden talked a good game about winding down our involvement there, but hasn’t done very much of consequence, since we’re still providing weapons and logistical support to the war, and lately our President’s tried to “reset” our relations with Saudi Arabia, the nation leading the coalition against Yemen. All that means is, once again, it’s up to us to make our Congressfolk do their job.
The National Whistleblower Center helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass the most vigorous reforms possible for good Americans who blow the whistle on money laundering schemes. Such reforms would include a mandatory minimum award for these whistleblowers – who have basically risked their livelihoods to do the right thing! – and an established fund to pay out such awards. And not for nothing, but money laundering drives wars all over the world, including the one Russia’s waging on Ukraine, so strong protections for whistleblowers who expose financial sector wrongdoing would result in (dare I say) a peace dividend. A real one, though!
Finally, the Daily Kos Democracy Project helps you tell your Congressfolk to pass S. 443, the DISCLOSE Act, which would (among other necessary reforms) force disclosure of all big campaign finance donors who give more than $10,000 to campaigns or committees. As for those who worry about big campaign finance donors getting death threats once they’re exposed: that kind of lawlessness is a separate problem. Death threats are always wrong and illegal and our laws exact punishment for them, but it’s our job to protect our democracy from big money, which is why we demand that big players at least show themselves.