On the Hill

Legislation that would ban the sale of products made through slave labor is on its way to becoming a law.

Congressman Trent Franks (R-AZ) did not invent his invective about "stealth filibusters" when, earlier this week, he bloviated in the Wall Street Journal in opposition to the Senate's protections for minority members.

Think back twenty years to 1996. Jerry Maguire was No. 1 in box offices, the Macarena was the hottest new dance move, and Google was just a funny word. Congress also happened to pass an update to the nations telecommunications laws that year.

Recently, alarming news for those advocating for a sensible health care policy arrived courtesy of Politico Pro: The pharmaceutical industry spent more than $50 million on lobbying last year alone. And, if you can believe this, thats an increase from 2014.

Regardless of who wins the presidency this November and it could be a narcissist, a felon, or a socialist Congress must return to normal order.

Democrats "cant name a single witness from the Obama administration they have requested to interview," among other things.

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