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Topic - Allen West
Come 2014, all ammunition sold to civilian gun-owners in America will have to be imported, a result of President Obama’s crackdown on sulfur dioxide and lead emissions and accompanying harsh Environmental Protection Agency regulations, said former Florida congressman, Lt. Col. Allen West.
Former Rep. Allen West took to the media Thursday to give an assessment on the progression of the government shutdown, and President Obama’s leadership skills: He’s throwing a tantrum, acting like a “spoiled brat,” he said.
Former Rep. Allen West, a tea party darling who now heads a political action group to elect constitutional conservatives, gave his personal endorsement Wednesday to four candidates seeking congressional seats in 2014, calling them genuine patriots with principled stances.
Former Congressman Allen West revealed in an interview with the Tampa Bay Times Wednesday that he would "of course" run for Senate if Sen. Marco Rubio runs for president in 2016.
Former congressman Allen West blasted the Council on American–Islamic Relations on his social media outlets Tuesday morning by thanking CAIR for including him in their "2011-2012 Worst List Inductees" for his "intentional efforts to spread fear and prejudice."
A coalition of conservatives have joined together for a social media campaign with one clear goal — to compel the White House and Congress to investigate and reveal the events of Sept. 11, 2012, that left four Americans dead in Benghazi, Libya.
When President Obama addresses the throngs expected to gather Wednesday for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, don't expect an exact echo of the themes or the oratory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s electrifying "I Have a Dream" speech.
Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. took to Twitter Wednesday morning to tell his 24,000 followers that the "senseless" murder of Christopher Lane by three black teenagers in Oklahoma is "frowned upon."
Former Florida Rep. Allen West said Wednesday that Congress needs to appoint a special committee to investigate the Sept. 11, 2012, fatal attacks on America’s consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Former Florida Rep. Allen West had some harsh words for nationally known civil rights activists like the Rev. Jesse Jackson and the Rev. Al Sharpton, who have remained silent on a video showing black teens beating a white boy on a school bus. Now, Mr. Jackson responds.
Former Florida Rep. Allen West had harsh words of criticism for nationally known civil rights activists like Jesse Jackson and the Rev. Al Sharpton, who have remained silent on a video showing black teens beating a white boy, 13, on a school bus: “Ya’ll just make me sick.”
Allen West headed to Amsterdam Tuesday to embark on National Review's conservative summer cruise, saying he owes his success as a "young black man" to the nature of his character.
This isn't an election year, but you wouldn't know it from the number of potential Republican presidential candidates rubbing shoulders in swing-state Colorado this weekend.
Former Congressman Allen West blasted the "faux leaders" and "race baiters" of the George Zimmerman case on Wednesday, specifically calling out Rev. Al Sharpton and Attorney General Eric Holder for turning the trial into a race issue.
Egypt erupted, the George Zimmerman trial captured the nation's attention and singer Lady Gaga altered the lyrics to the national anthem during a performance to the "home of the gay." Here's a recap, or wrap, of the week that was from The Washington Times.
He said the situation stemmed from the shutdown of The Doe Run Lead Smelter in Missouri, a business that's been around since 1892 but due to close at the end of this month.
He said the "chilling effect" is that while the closure of the smelt plant doesn't take guns out of the hands of Americans, it does put in jeopardy ammunition supplies.