In this section, I will try to keep current avenues for resisting online, by phone, e-mail, fax and assemblies.
"After the House returns following the Presidents Day break, we intend to introduce legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare," Ryan said. Attend home ralliees and ask questions
Contact list - Representatives OR Senators
New App 5 Calls MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD
Turn your passive participation into active resistance. Facebook likes and Twitter retweets can’t create the change you want to see. Calling your Government on the phone can.
Spend 5 minutes, make 5 calls.
Do something different, send a fax from your computer for free. Flood their offices with enough paper that they can't ignore: This is the easiest, quickest and most effective way you make your voice heard.
Go to FaxZero and enter the name and fax number of the representative you wish to contact. Add a short message. You can get the fax online from their contact page. You can do 5 free a day and many congressional leaders have several offices. DO DAILY FOR THE ISSUE you are concerned about. More info
Find local groups and actions at Indivisible
Find out how and where to swing the House back in 2018 at Swing Left.
Then we need to get money out of Congress so go to Justice Democrats and sign up for an amendment. Then don't forget to forward to all your contacts and have them forward to their contacts.
Working with Justice Democrats is Brand New Congress
Did you know that many elections only have one person running, usually a Republican, so if you want to run or know someone and need help, go to Run for something
Then the Women's March has a project "10 Actions in the First 100 Days Keep this handy for your contributing to marches.
Don't forget Move On, a leader who started it all and they need support. Visit their website.
Bernie Sanders web site Our Revolution for more opportunities.
And at Twitter under nailkeg@geraldpeterso13
On Daily Kos I write under Nail keg
I am the author of "JayWalkers Shouldn't be Shot" and under the pen name "Pete Williams" "Talk to Me Dad!" (fiction about child abuse). These are available at Amazon
Update from Ben Wideman, a Mennonite pastor in Pennsylvania about a visit to his Republican senator's office:
Just got back from a visit to Senator Pat Toomey's Johnstown office with 15 other Borough of State College & Penn State area people to talk about the immigration ban.
Here are my takeaways:
1. Everyone we spoke with was rattled. They have never experienced this much constant feedback. The phones haven't stopped since the Inauguration and they admitted they can't check voicemail because there is no pause to do so.