Video of the 2013 Champaign County Lincoln Day with Allen West March 1, 2013

by Champaign GOP

Published on Mar 1, 2013

Highlights from the 2013 Champaign County Republican Lincoln Day Celebration on February 9, 2013. Highlights include keynote speaker Congressman Allen West along with Congressman Rodney Davis, Congressman Aaron Schock, Champaign County Republican Chairman Habeeb Habeeb, and a performance of the National Anthem by No Comment Co-ed A Capella.

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Allen West, John Phillips and Terry Jones Discuss Is the Fed Creating an Artificial, European Economy

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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke continues to pump money into the economy, and thinks that the economy needs continued stimulus. Did Bernanke create an artificial economy that depends on the issuance and purchase of debt by the government and Fed? Are President Obama and the Federal Reserve setting the stage for hyperinflation? Find out as Col. Allen West, Terry Jones and John Phillips discuss monetary policy.

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QE Insanity: The Fed Is Creating an Artificial, European Economy. Will It Crash Soon?

Lober Puts Political Signs down and Hits Streets to Fight Cancer

by Max Goodwin

Jamie Lober has built a reputation as a faithful and uncompromising source of knowledge and influence in the political and healthcare worlds, endorsing the likes of Allen West. “My former Congressman is a hero and one of the bravest and toughest to carry the torch in the conservative movement,” said Lober. When asked about the future of the district, Lober shifts the limelight back to West. “West conceded with two outstanding take-home messages, that God closes a door so he can open a greater one and that Lincoln only served one term in Congress, so we cannot feel discouraged,” said Lober. Reflecting on his service, Lober credits his likable personality and ability to speak his mind intelligently as his best assets. “Sure he said that drivers with Obama stickers are threats to the gene pool but someone has to say what no one else wants to hear,” said Lober.

Now that we can take a break from fast-paced nature of the campaign season, Lober found a new calling which she describes as gratifying and less controversial. “As the Public Relations Chairman for the American Cancer Society – South Palm Beach Chapter, I am anxious to get up every morning because I get to teach people how to become healthier and support the best charity around, so I do not consider it work at all,” said Lober. She has also quickly become one of the most vocal and influential advocates for National Institutes of Health and serves on the Pheo Para Troopers Alliance. “The mission of the Pheo Para Troopers Alliance is to empower and support patients by arming them with information and doing all they can to find cures,” said Lober.

Having been on the health education side of things for a decade and spending almost as long ensuring her father wins the fight, Lober offers some words of advice. “I would have to tell people to get the facts about the disease, learn what is new as far as treatments, trust your doctors, get support, have hope, pray, sing, dance and have confidence in your ability to face the rocky road ahead,” said Lober. It is about taking control of the things you can to fight contemporary issues including chronic disease. “Take the issue of poverty for example; one of my role models, Senator Rick Santorum, said there are three ways to prevent it: working, graduating from high school and getting married before you have children,” said Lober.

In terms of chronic disease, Lober said it is through her job in health communications as President of Talk Health with Jamie, Inc. as well as the appointments on health advisory boards which she feels honored to hold that she is making a difference. “I have to raise awareness, stress the importance of research to develop better diagnostic tests and treatments and talk about how diseases affect patients’ lives,” said Lober. She goes on to inform us that the National Institutes of Health are celebrating Rare Disease Day on February 28 and March 1, 2013 and that this year’s theme is the global genes project. “Our slogan is wear that you care and we are asking people to wear their favorite pair of jeans to demonstrate support for people fighting rare and genetic diseases,” said Lober.

Lober stresses that everybody should do something to fight back against the cancer crisis in our nation. “Cancer does not discriminate and neither do I when delivering vital health information,” said Lober. In closing, Lober makes a case for how important continued research is for all who are fighting these devastating diseases including her father. “He is one of the most mentally strong men I know and if I have my way I will continue to be involved in women’s health, conservative politics and the elimination of cancer from the world and when I take my big voice to the U.S. Senate, my father will be around to see it,” said Lober.

 

Rep Allen West Video – Broward Holiday Party December 2011 – by Red Broward

On Friday evening, about 400 Broward Republicans came together in Plantation for the annual Broward GOP Holiday Party. This year’s party was held at historic Deicke Auditorium; This is same location used by Broward Democrats for their monthly committee meetings. On this night the room was a sea of Red instead of Blue.

Broward GOP Chairman Richard DeNapoli welcomed the crowd which included notable guests: Congressman Allen West, Senator George LeMieux, State Senator Ellyn Bogdanoff, Sheriff Al Lamberti,  Florida House Representatives George Moraitis and Jeanette Nunez, Broward School Board Member Katie Leach,  & Coral Springs Commissioners Tom Powers and Larry Vignola.

Many local candidates were on hand to celebrate the holidays. Candidates such as  Ozzie DeFaria, Chris Ziadie, Scott Herman, Jim Lewis, Lynn Simon, Joe Kaufman, Louis Kushner, and Jim Gleason.

COMPLETE THE ENTIRE STORY OF THE WHOLE NIGHTS EVENTS BY CLICKING HERE: RED BROWARD

Broward Rep Executive Committee Meeting 10/17/11 with Rep Allen West – SAVE THE DATE

SAVE THE DATE!  NEXT MEETING – MONDAY, OCTOBER 17th 

(3rd) MONDAY OF THE MONTH  RATHER THAN 4th

FEATURING CONGRESSMAN ALLEN WEST

 SAVE THE DATE for our next Broward Republican Executive Committee (BREC) Meeting , Monday, October 17th – 7 pmFeaturing Congressman Allen West.  BREC Meetings take place at the Sheraton Suites Hotel.  Sign in begins at 6:00 PM and the meeting starts at 7:00 PM.  The Sheraton Suites Hotel is located at 555 NW 62nd St., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 off of the Cypress Creek West exit of I-95.  Come and bring a friend to get involved!

THANKS FOR A GREAT PRESIDENCY 5!

 

 Special Thanks to RNC Co-Chair Sharon Day, Vice-Chair Colleen Stolberg, Secretary Sheela Venero, Treasurer Mark McCarthy and BREC Members Michael De Gruccio, Sally Musser, Felicia Anderson, Nick Stone, Nick Esser, Ismael Monroig, Heather Moraitis, Clarence McKee, Terry O’Loughlin and others for their hard work to make our hospitality suite and the entire Presidency 5 experience great! Thank You to Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carroll, State Senator Ellyn Bogdanoff, State Representative Moraitis, County Commissioner Chip LaMarca, Commissioner Powers, Comissioner Asseff, and candidates Col. Mike McCalister, Joe Kaufman and Karen Harrington for stopping by the hospitality suite.

 Thanks to all of our delegates and guests for making Presidency 5 an amazing experience!

 All the best,

 
Richard DeNapoli, Chairman

Republican Party of Broward County

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