Here's a question: The Library of Congress is so named because it is a library owned by … the Congress. Why, then, would the US Senate (which claims to be half of the Congress by virtue of occupying half of the Capitol building) need to subpoena records residing in an institution it already owns?
"Congress-watchers say the speaker bears some responsibility for the troubles which have developed on his watch."
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