SOPA and PIPA
I haven't read the bills, but I hear some bad things. Wikipedia made your contact quite accessible.
The only time I saw you was at a house in Bethlehem the weekend of the debt ceiling debacle. You seemed pretty disheveled, tired, and I agreed with the points you expounded upon.
I don't know your position on internet piracy, or free internet in general. The recorded art industry is oversaturated - restricting piracy will probably hurt artist incomes more. That is because the internet and piracy is essentially free advertising for them all. Without the free dissemination of their material, so many fewer people would want to see them in the movies, go to their shows, buy their sponsors, etc, because they wouldn't know about them.
Turn on your radio, XM, the TV or go to the movies, and you will be inundated with subpar content. That content is mostly owned by the same media companies lobbying for those bills. Our culture is one of our greatest exports. Don't let the media corporations monopolize it.