January 3, 2011 Newsletter

Thompson Votes to Prevent Largest Tax Increase in History, Extends Tax Relief to All Americans

November 29, 2010 Newsletter

As we finish Thanksgiving and head into the Christmas holidays, the Congress is more interested in lame ducks than it is in roast turkey.

Lame ducks are those members who are still serving but lost their elections.

October 27, 2010 Newsletter

Can’t Get the Votes? Then Obama Says Regulate

The Obama Administration may be slowing down on trying to push legislation through Congress, particularly if the election brings more Republicans to the House. But they are not slowing their agenda.

September 27, 2010 Newsletter

A Pledge to America

Elected officials often are judged by what they say and how they vote.  Equally as important is how they listen to their constituents and learn from them.

September 13, 2010 Newsletter

Out and About in August...

August 2, 2010 Newsletter

Debt, Taxes and Fewer Jobs…

The President’s annual mid-year update from the Office of Management and Budget in July contained new information on the debt and the deficit and none of it was encouraging.

April 1, 2010 Newsletter

Pennsylvania's One Book Every Young Child literacy campaign:In support of Pennsylvania's One Book Every Young Child literacy campaign, U.S. Congressman Glenn Thompson reads to children at the Punxsutawney Head Start IV Center. Thompson read What a Treasure!, a picture book by Jane and Will Hillenbrand that illustrates the pleasures of friendship.