Kushner is referred to DOJ for criminal prosecution

Demand an investigation into the infant who died in one of Trump's child detention facilities.


Today’s Action: Tell the House to protect Dreamers and TPS holders

Today’s Top Stories:

Two Congressmen refer Jared Kushner for prosecution to the Department of Justice

The official request puts Trump’s controversial son-in-law in the hot seat.

Take Action: Demand Trump’s Jared Kushner’s security clearance be revoked!

Lindsey Graham reveals how hard Trump is moping and wallowing over new House probe
The president’s behind the scenes griping has reached a newly pathetic low.

Each year, the average American spends $1,200 on electricity from fossil fuels and thinks about it for 11 minutes

OD Action Partner: You can take action today by signing up your utility account for clean energy at no cost. Plus, receive 4 free LED light bulbs as a thank you.

58 retired generals and intel officials write a letter warning Trump he’s putting America in danger

Trump is overriding America’s military brass, and they’re letting him know it.

Take Action: Start the new year right. Invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office!

Ocasio-Cortez accuses Jerry Falwell Jr. of threatening violence against her at CPAC
The freshman congresswoman heard his comments and called him out on Twitter.

Trump tells a massive lie about Obama to protect himself and Kushner from Congressional probe

After Chairman Elijah Cummings went public with their refusal, Trump cooked up a whopper.

Take Action: Tell the Justice Department: Reject Trump’s “hereby demand” for baseless investigation into Obama administration

Hillary breaks Twitter with an epic response after Trump attacked her over 2020 announcement
He tried to gloat over her decision but she ended up getting the final and decisive laugh.

Pantsuit Politics hosts release the ultimate guide to discourse in the Trump era

OD Action Pick: “I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening)” is an OD Action favorite and one of the best reviewed political books of 2019.

Today’s Action: Tell the House to protect Dreamers and TPS holders

18 months ago, Trump abruptly ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which grants immigrants who came to our country as children the ability to remain in the place they call home. We fought Trump hard – and although we won the right for current DACA recipients to renew their status, no new applications are being accepted.

This means the door is currently closed to the millions of would-be recipients who had not yet applied, or who have arrived after September 2017.

There is one clear solution: our old friend, the Dream Act. And thanks to Democrats in the House, the Dream Act is back on the table.

Call or email your Representative and tell them to cosponsor and pass The Dream and Promise Act of 2019.

The Dream and Promise Act of 2019 doesn’t just help Dreamers — it also protects Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders, individuals who have been granted status to remain here while it is too dangerous to return home.

Trump has ended protections for about 300,000 TPS holders, many of whom face persecution or death should they be ejected from the United States. And – this sudden loss of status also means thousands of parents will be separated from their children, and spouses torn apart.

Trump has done everything in his power to rip apart immigrant families at every access point — and it’s up to us to fight back for reunification, blow by blow.

Email or call (202.224.3121) your Representative in the House and ask them to cosponsor and pass The Dream and Promise Act of 2019. Tell them that Dreamers and TPS holders need our help to stop family separation at the hands of the Trump Administration.

PS — Please don’t forget to sign the petition calling for an investigation into the death of an infant in one of Trump’s child prisons, and check out the brilliant “Don’t Think of an Elephant” by George Lakoff — a quick read that contains the ultimate keys for Democrats to win elections — and arguments.


Required Reading for the Resistance. Actions that make a difference.