Congress is hoping to close out its session and depart for the holidays, but two major items remaining on its agenda are standing in the way: the omnibus bill and tax break extenders package.

Government waste will continue to increase until such time as elected representatives honor their oaths to uphold and defend the Constitution.

Congress has returned to Capitol Hill with yet another packed agenda, including votes on the budget, highway funding, and tax break extensions. The current government funding bill is set to expire December 11, giving Congress less than two weeks to pass a spending bill that would avoid a holiday government shutdown. But reaching an agreement could prove difficult.

 

 

Paul Ryan reneged on his promise to fix the broken system of bill consideration in the House of Representatives.

A federal bill with the backing of the Obama administration would impose the recently repealed Houston "bathroom bill" on the entire nation in the name of "equality."