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Trivedi Not Telling the Truth About Out of State Residency and Employment.
In the race for the 16th congressional district it appears to the online observer as if Democratic candidate Aryanna Strader has dropped off the map.
The only clue she is still around was a single tweet today of a period sent from tweetdeck.
— Aryanna Strader (@aryannastrader) August 22, 2012
Her campaign YouTube account has been closed.
And the linked videos on her website are gone.
Her business website expired on August 4th
She does have pictures on google plus but no activity. Her lasts posts on facebook are from August 1st and since then there has been nothing but silence.
Which begs the question? Is Aryanna Strader still running for the 16th congressional district as the nominee of the Democratic Party?
The Club for Growth has released it’s 2011 scorecard and here is how the legislators in PA score. Visit ClubForGrowth.com to see the full scorecard.
Senator Toomey’s record shows him to be a principled leader who’s values and votes haven’t shifted since he took office.
Senator Casey on the other hand attempts to call himself a moderate but his record shows him to be about as liberal as you can possibly be
On the house side Congressman Pitts from the 16th continues to rank the best in PA.
Rep. Pitts discusses a poorly managed Obamacare-created grant program that will pay out more than $10 billion in the next ten years.
G.T. Thompson Discusses Forest Products Fairness Act
Remarks as prepared:
Congressman Glenn Thompson
The USDA BioPreferred Program was created to provide new markets for farm commodities and encourage consumers to purchase environmentally-friendly biobased products. Unfortunately, under current law, most forest products are excluded from both the federal procurement preference and the market label of the USDA Biobased Markets program.
For instance, bamboo plywood is already eligible for the biopreferred label and is used as a “green” alternative for hardwood flooring or lumber.
The Forest Products Fairness Act of 2012 modifies the definition of “biobased product” to clarify that forest products should be included in the Biobased Markets Program if they meet the minimum biobased content requirements.
The Forest Products Fairness Act of 2012 will enable U.S. producers to build back a competitive advantage through stronger, expanded product markets and new economic opportunities so that the industry can better compete in the global marketplace.
Including U.S.-made forest products as part of USDA’s BioPreferred Program is a win-win for consumers and producers. It will promote healthy, well managed forests, and the protection of communities that rely on these jobs and industries to survive.