Take Action: Stop Biden’s Radicals and the sinister HR1

The House and Senate are back in session, and the 117th Congress has launched itself into overdrive. There’s a lot of activity going on on both sides of the Capitol dome, so this week, we need you to undertake actions in both the House and the Senate.


  1. Sign the petitions to your Senators against the nominations of Bacerra for HHS and Tanden for OMD Director.





  1. Call your Congressman or Congresswoman and urge them to vote NO on H.R. 1.

Call to Action Details


First up, in the Senate, we want to focus on two nominations – Xavier Becerra for Secretary of Health and Human Services, and Neera Tanden for Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Neither one of them is well qualified for the position for which he or she has been nominated, and both of them, if confirmed, would work hard to implement radical left policies. Tanden’s nomination is already in trouble – Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia has already announced his opposition, and it does not look like any Republican senator is going to come to her rescue. Becerra’s nomination could be in trouble, too, especially if we raise the temperature in Senate offices. We’ve got petitions to the Senate for both of them, so if you could sign the petitions and then call your two senators and urge them to vote against Becerra for HHS Secretary and Tanden for OMB Director, we’d by very appreciative.


Second, in the House, Speaker Pelosi has been pushing a terrible bill – H.R. 1, the poorly-named “For the People” Act. It really ought to be called the “For the Politicians” Act, instead. This bill will essentially federalize elections, overturning more than two centuries’ worth of American tradition that says the state and local governments run elections. If this bill passes, it will be virtually impossible to verify that voters are who they say they are, and it will be almost impossible to know if votes being counted are legal and legitimate votes. Moreover, other aspects of the 800-page bill will make it more difficult for groups like ours – composed of like-minded citizens, like you – to operate. Not only that, but (like an awful lot of legislation written in Washington) the bill is an incumbent-protection scheme – it offers candidates who have might fear the task of fundraising an enticing six-to-one match on contributions up to $200, but then severely limits the amount of money they can raise from any one individual donor (from $5,600 down to just $1,000), so the net result is to keep challenger candidates underfunded, and, therefore, less threatening. So please call your Congressman or Congresswoman and urge them to vote NO on H.R. 1.

In liberty,


Jenny Beth Martin