Following the testimony of Alberto Gonzales last week, you might have thought the House investigation into the firing of eight U.S. Attorneys would wane. But, this is Washington after all, and the House Judiciary Committee is moving full-speed ahead with its investigation. Today, the committee voted in support of two resolutions that it hopes will force former DOJ official Monica Goodling to testify. One would give her immunity through a court order. The other authorizes a subpoena.