Calls for Action

sign the petition: Release the web browser history of Republicans who voted to sell our privacy. 

The U.S. House of Representatives voted last week to do away with privacy protections that stopped internet service providers (ISPs) from selling your private data to the highest bidder. The Senate did the same the week before. 

In both cases, only Republicans voted to get rid of privacy protections while Democrats voted to protect consumer rights. 

Since Republicans in both the Senate and House clearly have no problems with big companies like Comcast and Verizon and Charter selling your private data to the highest bidder, they should have no problems with releasing their private data to the public. 

Sign the petition: We demand that every single Republican who voted to sell their constituents' data to release their own personal browsing histories. 

Keep fighting, 
Paul Hogarth, Daily Kos

Daily Kos, PO Box 70036, Oakland, CA, 94612.


Dear  member,

Next TuesdayfinallyHouse Judiciary Committee members will debate and vote on investigating Donald Trump and his administration, and it's all because of the resolution of inquiry filed by Representative Jerry Nadler.

Rep. Nadler's resolution directs the Department of Justice to provide the House of Representatives with any and all information relevant to Trump and his associates’ conflicts of interest, ethical violations, and ties to Russia.1

So far, your representative—David Schweikert—hasn't signed on as a co-sponsor of Rep. Nadler's demand to investigate Trump and key members of his current administration.

Can you pick up the phone right now and ask Representative David Schweikert to sign on?

Here's where to phone:

 Rep. Schweikert - (202) 225-2190

You can say, "Americans deserve to know about Trump's ties to Russia and what he's hiding in his tax returns. Please cosponsor Rep. Nadler's demand that the Department of Justice turn over all relevant material on these conflicts."



Call your State’s Attorney General and make sure your state follows the emoluments clause by cutting off business ties to President 45.  

Arizona (602) 542-5763