It's the holiday season here in America, and what does that mean? It means Congress will try to attach all manner of offensive legislation to must-pass budgeting bills, that's what! And by attaching the Israel Anti-Boycott Act, Congress aims to do some truly bipartisan evil! Here as elsewhere, of course, "bipartisan" doesn't mean "broadly popular or useful," but just some fecal slab elites from both parties happen to support. The Israel Anti-Boycott Act, as you may recall, would (in its own words!) "prohibit() any U.S. person engaged interstate or foreign commerce" from participating in any foreign- or international organization-led boycott against Israel. That should strike you as unconstitutional, and it should also strike you as unpopular, since they're trying to sneak it through without debate. So the Center for Rights and Dissent helps you tell your Congressfolk to reject making the Israel Anti-Boycott Act a part of year-end spending legislation.
Meanwhile, our Administration released its National Climate Assessment last Friday, an Assessment which said that doing nothing about climate change would cost good Americans half a trillion dollars annually in health care costs and storm rebuilding costs and the like. And how much coverage did our major news networks give it? Rather little -- but hey, it's not like it related to our survival as a species or anything. It's all about 75-degree Christmases! You can almost sympathize with our major news organs' unwillingness to face something that could cause the annihilation of humanity, except that, well, our major news organs are supposed to lead. And you know, back in the day, we wouldn't be sitting around moping about climate change -- we would be resolving to kick its ass. So Public Citizen helps you tell the big news corporations to cover climate change a whole lot better than they've been doing.