Ron Paul Explains

May 25, 2007

I keep going back to what happened with Ron Paul because the more I think about it, the more upsetting it is.
As you will remember, Rudy G. attacked Ron Paul in the most recent presidential debate.
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At heart, I believe that Ron Paul is a good man, and Rudy is not. Therefore, I think he deserves the chance to explain himself. Please watch the video.

REP. WESTMORELAND RECOGNIZES LEGRANGE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN 2011 CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION

US Fed News Service, Including US State News May 12, 2011 WASHINGTON, May 3 — Rep. Lynn A. Westmoreland, R-Ga. (3rd CD), issued the following press release:

Congressman Lynn Westmoreland recently recognized two students from LaGrange High School for taking home second and third place prizes in the annual Third District Congressional Art Contest. Natorian Allen was the second place winner with his submission of a piece entitled “Darkness of Stain Does Not Determine Brightness of Fortune.” Emily Partridge was the third place winner with her drawing “The Sister.” Wanda Kinnaman is the art teacher to both Allen and Partridge. go to website art institute of atlanta

“These are very talented young students,” stated Westmoreland. “I am always proud to see such talent come out of the third district of Georgia. I know it was extremely difficult for the judges because there were so many great works of art.” Natorian Allen is the son of Stephanie Alexander and resides in Troup County Georgia. His grandmother Aretha Lovejoy is also a Troup County resident. Walter and Dorothy Beasley, also grandparents of Mr. Allen, reside in LaGrange, Georgia. Natorian’s mother said that he has just “always loved to draw.” As the second place winner of the contest, Natorian will receive a $5,000 scholarship to the Art Institute of Atlanta and have the option of hanging his artwork in Congressman Westmoreland’s District Office.

Emily Prestridge is the daughter of Charles and Tabitha Prestridge and resides in Troup County Georgia. Emily’s submission, “The Sister,” was a drawing of her then four year old younger sister. She drew it based on a photograph of her younger sister with what her parents described as “just a great smile.” Emily’s grandparents, Ben and Leila Mayberry live in Lee County Alabama and her other grandmother, Laverne Prestridge resides in Birmingham, Alabama. Emily will receive a $2,000 scholarship to The Art Institute of Atlanta for her placement in the contest and can also hang her art in Congressman Westmoreland’s District Office. web site art institute of atlanta

The Congressional Art Contest is a national competition sponsored by the Congressional Art Caucus. Members of Congress get to select first, second and third place winners from their district. The first place winner gets to have their art displayed in the U.

S. Capitol for one year as well as a $10,000 scholarship to The Art Institute of Atlanta. This year’s first place winner was Song Kang, a junior from Union Grove High School in Henry County Georgia. Her trip to Washington will be sponsored by Georgia EMC. Bette Hickman, Mark Lucas, Vicki Turner and Jay Gill were the judges evaluating the students’ artwork this year.

Leslie Shedd, 202/225-5901.

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