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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mia Love
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.
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.
Utah's Mia Love hasn't exactly announced that she is running for Congress again, but Rep. Jim Matheson isn't taking any chances.
Republican Mayor Mia Love of Saratoga Springs, Utah, said she is "seriously" considering a rematch with Rep. Jim Matheson for the race she lost by only 700 votes in November.
Former Sen. Warren B. Rudman, who co-authored a ground-breaking budget balancing law, has died at age 82.
Rep. Allen B. West's concession Tuesday that he lost his bid for re-election means the 113th Congress will open in January with only one black Republican in either chamber — a rough end to a year when the GOP had high hopes for expanding the diversity of its caucus.
By just about any measure, the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., was a success. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan got nominated without drowning in a hurricane and without committing any campaign-killing gaffes.
The theme for this year's Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., is "We Did Build That."
Sooner or later, a black Republican woman was bound to run for Congress. It's just that nobody expected her to hail from Utah.
She didn’t wait long to announce she’d seek a rematch against him in Utah's 4th Congressional District seat in 2014, making a second run official in May. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
"Let me tell you what their [liberals'] message is," said Ms. Love.