Kaesong Industrial Complex
And how cheap is that labor?
I would prefer that the Kaesong Industrial Complex, presently closed by North Korea as part of its belligerent posture toward South Korea and the United States, remain closed. Its reopening would result in greater financial benefits for otherwise financially-strapped North Korea as well as continued unfairly priced South Korean goods being shipped into the United States, at the price of jobs in this country.
I am not sufficiently naive to believe that the Complex will not eventually reopen. When it does, however, I would hope that Congress insists upon an amendment to the Korean - United States Free Trade Agreement stipulating that any South Korean products imported into the United States receive the Agreement's favorable tariff treatment ONLY if the South Korean manufacturer is able to certify that no portion whatsoever of the imported product involved North Korean labor.
As for restricting civilian versions of military assault weapons and large capacity magazines, I have yet to hear an opponent of such measures provide a believable reason for allowing their sale and consequently, I must conclude they want such weaponry, “just in case.” And that "just in case" does not refer to merely deterring a burglar.
Most legislators are smart enough to recognize all of this. Some, however, realize that there are enough gullible, if not outright stupid, people in their electorate to deny them re-nomination or re-election because they believe the anti-gun control lies being spread by the NRA and the gun industry. Shame on such legislators. Whether Democratic or Republican, they do not deserve re-election.