Audio: “The Dark Side” with Kira Davis talks with Allen West Republic about Election Fraud and More

This evening Tanya Grimsley of Allen West Republic – Joined Kira Davis on “The Dark Side” to discuss Congressman Allen West and the election issues and voter discrepancies in Florida’s 18th Congressional District as well as the rest of the nation.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN: KIRA DAVIS HOSTS THE DARK SIDE 

 

AllenWestForCongress.Com

Congressman Allen West – Congressional Website

Click here to check out Kira Davis websiteKiraDavis.Net

Find Allen West Republic on Facebook: AWR Group and AWR Like Page

Rep Allen West “KICK OFF: Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program to Help Military Families”

Nationally Renowned Program is First in Florida

(WEST PALM BEACH, FL)— Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, children of South Florida active duty military and veterans and their families, Representative Allen West (R-FL) and other distinguished community leaders are proud to announce a new mentoring program to serve the children of South Florida military families.

The first-of-its-kind program in Palm Beach and Martin Counties focuses on providing one-to-one mentoring to children of currently serving and recently returning service members now living in South Florida. An estimated 1,230 children of military service members reside in Palm Beach County and an estimated 110 children of military service members reside in Martin County.  

“Many people do not realize how many military families we have living right here in Palm Beach and Martin Counties,” said Big Brothers Big Sisters Palm Beach and Martin Counties Chief Executive Officer Bill Bee.  “Big Brothers Big Sisters is thrilled to be able to serve the children of our veterans. This program is a long time coming and our community will no doubt be better off because of it.”

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Military Mentoring program will provide mentors for children of veterans and active duty service members so they realize their potential and build positive futures. The program’s goal is to provide a source of strength and stability for families that have sacrificed during deployments overseas.

“As a 22-year Army veteran, I know personally the pain of leaving my own two daughters behind as I deployed to serve my country,” West said. “The Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program will be a huge benefit to our local military families.”

Please join us tomorrow:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties

Military Mentoring Program Kick-Off

TOMORROW:  Thursday, August 16th

12:30 pm

1700 Kirk Rd

West Palm Beach, FL 33406

*Palm Beach County military spouse Tamika McCray and her children Jeremiah, Joshua, and Isaiah have been officially chosen as the first family inducted into the Military Mentoring Program.  They will be on hand to tell their story.

BACKGROUND:  Big Brothers Big Sisters Palm Beach and Martin Counties provides children facing adversity aged 6-17 with volunteer mentors who serve as positive role models. Since 1986 the organization has provided mentors to children in Martin County and since July 2010 in Palm Beach County. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) recognized the Martin County organization in 2007 as one of the 35 best performing agencies nationwide. BBBSA recognized CEO William P. Bee Jr. as “CEO of the Year- Small Agency Category” in 2007. South Florida Business Leader Magazine ranked BBBS in 2009, 2010 and again in 2011 as one of the top 100 South Florida small businesses. Visit www.mentorbig.org to learn more.

Rep Allen West “Mentoring Program to Help Children of South Florida Military Families”

Nationally Renowned Program is First in Florida

(WEST PALM BEACH, FL)— Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, children of South Florida active duty military and veterans and their families, Representative Allen West (R-FL) and other distinguished community leaders are proud to announce a new mentoring program to serve the children of South Florida military families.

The first-of-its-kind program in Palm Beach and Martin Counties focuses on providing one-to-one mentoring to children of currently serving and recently returning service members now living in South Florida. An estimated 1,230 children of military service members reside in Palm Beach County and an estimated 110 children of military service members reside in Martin County.  

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Military Mentoring program will provide mentors for children of veterans and active duty service members so they realize their potential and build positive futures. The program’s goal is to provide a source of strength and stability for families that have sacrificed during deployments overseas.

“Many people do not realize how many military families we have living right here in Palm Beach and Martin Counties,” said Big Brothers Big Sisters Palm Beach and Martin Counties Chief Executive Officer Bill Bee.  “Big Brothers Big Sisters is thrilled to be able to serve the children of our veterans. This program is a long time coming and our community will no doubt be better off because of it.”

“As a 22-year Army veteran, I know personally the pain of leaving my own two daughters behind as I deployed to serve my country,” West said. “The Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring program will be a huge benefit to our local military families.”

Please join us a week from today:

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties

Military Mentoring Program Kick-Off

Thursday, August 16th

12:30 pm

1700 Kirk Rd

West Palm Beach, FL 33406

*Palm Beach County military spouse Tamika McCray and her children Jeremiah, Joshua, and Isaiah have been officially chosen as the first family inducted into the Military Mentoring Program.  They will be on hand to tell their story.

BACKGROUND:  Big Brothers Big Sisters Palm Beach and Martin Counties provides children facing adversity aged 6-17 with volunteer mentors who serve as positive role models. Since 1986 the organization has provided mentors to children in Martin County and since July 2010 in Palm Beach County. Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) recognized the Martin County organization in 2007 as one of the 35 best performing agencies nationwide. BBBSA recognized CEO William P. Bee Jr. as “CEO of the Year- Small Agency Category” in 2007. South Florida Business Leader Magazine ranked BBBS in 2009, 2010 and again in 2011 as one of the top 100 South Florida small businesses. Visit www.mentorbig.org to learn more.

Rep Allen West to Join Divers in Martin and Palm Beach Counties to Clean Up South Florida Reefs

 

Fifth Annual Treasure Coast Waterway Cleanup at Pecks Lake Reef

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Dive boat will depart from Pt. Salerno Commercial Fishing Pier

SE Park Drive

Port Salerno, FL

*Pecks Lake Reef is an offsore shallow water reef that runs for approximately four miles south of the St. Lucie inlet in Martin County to the Hobe Sound Refuge.

 

Palm Beach County Reef Cleanup

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Jupiter Dive Center

1001 N. Highway A1A Alternate

Jupiter, FL

 

The Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative is organizing a series of reef cleanups throughout Southeast Florida this July, including Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Martin Counties. See flyers for the Treasure Coast and Palm Beach County events.

SUPPORT THE ELECTION OF CONGRESSMAN ALLEN WEST DONATE HERE:AllenWestForCongress.Com

Please join Elect Allen West as they walk door-to-door for Allen West this weekend

Please join us as we walk door-to-door for Allen West this weekend. All walks are meeting on Saturday, June 23, 2012 at 9:45am.

Find the meeting location closest to you below:
St. Lucie County Walk:
Meeting Location:
Dunkin Donuts
128 Sw Port St Lucie Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34984
Contact: Nina Bechtel
ninabechtel@gmail.com
(772) 446-7645
 
Martin County Walk:
 Meeting Location:
Starbucks Coffee
5932 Southeast Federal Hwy Stuart, FL 349977850
Contact: Darlene Fuggetta 
dlfuggetta@bellsouth.net
(772) 285-7447 
 
Palm Beach County Walk:
Meeting Location: Burns Road Recreational Center 4404 Burns Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Contact: Cory Hebert
cory@allenwestforcongress.com
(954) 684-2723

Rep. Allen West, Corps of Engineers, community leaders discuss solutions to port problems

      

(WEST PALM BEACH) — In the second series of roundtable discussions with the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Congressman Allen West (R-FL) invited officials from Port Everglades, the Port of Palm Beach, elected officials, and staff from coastal communities stretching from Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie Counties to discuss the future of South Florida ports.  Representatives from the Rybovich Superyacht Service Center in Riviera Beach were also in attendance.  The discussion centered around dredging and maintenance of Port facilities, beach re-nourishment and the cumbersome federal permitting processes that municipalities and private businesses are facing. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection also attended the meeting.

“I am grateful for the participation we had today from the Army Corps of Engineers, NOAA Marine Fisheries, and the Florida DEP,” West said. “It is important that we keep an open dialogue between these three agencies and our coastal communities.”

Carlos Vidueira, Vice President of Rybovich, attended the meeting to encourage the Corps to allow dredging near the Port of Palm Beach so he can proceed with building a new Rybovich facility, which is expected to bring hundreds of jobs to the Riviera Beach community.

“We have made a lot of progress and I am optimistic that something positive will come out of this discussion,” Vidueira said.  “I appreciate Congressman West making this meeting possible.”

Martin County Commissioner Doug Smith attended the meeting with hopes of learning more about how the Corps may fund the St. Lucie Inlet dredging project and other projects the county is pursuing in the future.

“I have a huge responsbility to taxpayers to keep the inlet open and safe,” Smith said. “Funding strategies have changed concerning the Corps of Engineers. There is a significant amount of work that needs to happen now because of these funding changes.  I believe this meeting has helped us understand what the county needs to do next.”

Among the actions that came out of the discussion, West committed to looking into legislative action to help South Florida’s Ports.

“I have asked my staff to look at legislative solutions to ensure government regulations do not continue to block economic growth around our ports,” West said.  “We must find a way to resolve the issues our ports are facing.  Hundreds of South Florida jobs depend on it.”

For a photo gallery of the meeting, click here

SUPPORT THE ELECTION OF CONGRESSMAN ALLEN WEST TO FLORIDA’S DISTRICT 18 DONATE & VOLUNTEER

AllenWestforCongress.Com

Help Allen West for Congress Saturday April 28th Volunteer – Door to Door Neighborhood walks

This weekend, we will be continuing our door-to-door canvassing program in St. Lucie, Martin, and Palm Beach Counties.

We would like to encourage each and every one of you to participate! To RSVP, please reach out to the point of contact in your county listed below.
All the best,

Paul Crosby – Field Director
Allen West for Congress
www.allenwestforcongress.com
(877) 906-2010

Martin County
Where: Martin County REC Headquarters
1111 SE US Hwy 1, Suite 134
Stuart, FL 34994
When:  10:00 AM
RSVP:   Darlene Fuggetta
Cell (772) 285-7447
Email: dlfuggetta@bellsouth.net

St. Lucie County
Where: Dunkin Donuts
4320 Northwest Federal Highway
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
When:  10:00 AM
RSVP:   Nina Bechtel
Cell  (772) 446-7645
Email: ninabechtel@gmail.com

Palm Beach County
Where: Burns Road Recreational Center
4404 Burns Road
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
When:   10:00 AM
RSVP:   Jerry Sileo
Cell: (772) 323-5432
Email: jerrysileo@bellsouth.net

Exclusive Interview with Rep Allen West by Myra Adams

by MYRA ADAMS for PJ Media

Q. Congressman West, you have decided to run for reelection in newly drawn Florida District 18, where there are more Republican registered voters, instead of your current Florida District 22 that will also be redrawn to include more registered Democrat voters. This decision points to a realization that your conservative message only plays well in Republican-leaning districts, and that if you stayed in your current District 22 your chances of reelection would have been substantially reduced. Why do your strongly held conservative principles seem to be so polarizing among the general voting population?

A. Conservative principles are not new — after all, our nation was founded on conservative principles of limited government, individual responsibility, and a strong defense. The problem is these principles have been ignored by the liberal progressive politicians and certain media which have convinced much of the voting population that government can solve all their problems, will take care of them from cradle-to-grave, and it is our nation’s fault that our enemies wish to do us harm.

Traditional conservative principles are threatening to a populace spoon-fed liberal progressive lies and misrepresentation.

Q. Martin County Sheriff Robert Crowder will be challenging youin a GOP primary in FL-18. Crowder has said that “outsiders shouldn’t be able to move in and get a free ride.” Are you concerned about Crowder’s primary challenge? Will Crowder’s entry into the race force you to make any changes to your campaign strategy or message?

A. Every member of the House of Representatives must stand for reelection every two years. There is no such thing as a “free ride.” It is up to the voters to decide who will best represent them on Capitol Hill. My conservative message is not a campaign strategy, it is my fundamental belief. I always have and will continue to stand for the strong conservative principles on which this nation was founded.

Q. The conventional wisdom among Democrats is that you are “too radical.” Do you resent that label? Do you believe there is any truth to that moniker?

A. What concerns me deeply is that today, the traditional principles upon which this great nation was founded are somehow considered “radical.” Some argue 236 years ago, the idea of forming a nation where power derives from the individual and not from a monarch was “radical.” The fact that patriotism, belief in God and a willingness to fight for our constitutional freedom and liberties is labeled by some as “radical” simply demonstrates to me how misguided liberal Democrats have become.

COMPLETE THE REST OF THE INTERVIEW: PJ MEDIA