“Black Killings by Democrats, Then and Now” via @Theblacksphere

The Black Sphere: Black Killings by Democrats, Then and Now.

They say that the Republican Party is made up of the racist Southern Democrats, known as Dixiecrats who hated black people, and who were responsible for the 3,446 deaths by the Klan in 86 years.





Allen West “Normal? Deception from our President and allowing govt agencies to attack and intimidate American citizens?”


Written by Allen West on October 29, 2013

This past weekend I was invited to speak on the campus of Valdosta State University in Georgia. The city of Valdosta is nicknamed, “Winnersville” because it has produced so many champions. They win, because they expect to win. That’s normal for Valdosta. But it’s no longer normal for America.

The new normal in America, a country now led by progressive socialism, isn’t about making winners or champions. It’s about creating dependents, and we’re all losing.

The new normal in America is a President who openly embraces the philosophy of wealth redistribution, as laid out by Karl Marx: “from each according to their ability, to each according to their need.”

So in pursuit of wealth redistribution policies, the new normal in America means our constitutional republicanism is being replaced by a Marxist/socialist ideal. This ideal is rooted in nationalizing production, broadening the dependency society, a sense of social utopianism

(fair share, fairness, economic and social equality), and most threatening, a secular humanism which replaces God, from whom our individual rights come, to government — trading the “Big G” for the “little g.”

We see this manifested in government spending at almost 25% of our gross domestic product (GDP). And mind you, this is a GDP limping along at around 2 percent growth, a dangerously weak economic recovery. To fuel the growth of this socialist welfare state, our national debt has grown from $10.6 trillion to now over $17 trillion in just five years. We’ve clearly lost control of spending.



Allen West “Term limits are necessary to stop corruption in D.C”


by MATTHEW BOYLE via Breitbart 

In the second part of his interview with Breitbart News on the corruption in Congress uncovered in Government Accountability Institute President and Breitbart News Senior Editor-at-Large Peter Schweizer’s new book Extortion: How Politicians Extract Your Money, Buy Votes, and Line Their Own Pockets, former U.S. Rep. Allen West (R-FL) said that new leadership in needed in Washington in both political parties to solve the issue.

West was talking specifically about the revelation that every committee chairmanship and committee assignment for every member of Congress is for sale, documentation of which is found in Schweizer’s new book Extortion: How Politicians Extract Your Money, Buy Votes, and Line Their Own Pockets.

West said he is not sure if making it illegal to tie committee slots to political party fundraising dollars would be successful without a complete change in leadership of both parties in Washington. “First of all, you’re asking the people that write the laws to make something illegal that they’re doing,” he said. “And I don’t think you’re going to ever get there unless you have a wholesale change of leadership both Republicans and Democrats, people with a different perspective who will go in and truly get Washington, D.C. to serve the American people and not K Street and themselves. So that’s the first thing; the American people have to decide that they want something different.”

West also said he believes term limits are necessary to stop corruption in D.C. “Politics has become a big business thing, even for media outlets,” West said. “I mean, down here in South Florida, you have some very big media outlets and some people have to raise money for that. Also, parties have become big businesses within themselves in which they have to get a message out and things of that nature as well. So, I think a very important part of it should be term limits.”



True the Vote Embraces the Future | Next Generation Voters | @BethanyBowra


by Bethany Bowra

Youth interest is a key that seems to elude all things remotely political; my generation, known for its apathetic and careless behavior, has thus far been content to allow our futures to be decided by big-government elitists who seek to use their power selfishly.  Most of my peers view politics as something that won’t affect them for “at least another 10 years,” so they see no real reason to step in and get involved today.  Efforts to change this perspective must be performed urgently and significantly if we truly want to preserve this country– no cause can survive more than a generation or two if it fails to purposely train up new leaders who can carry the torch into the future.  This weekend, True the Vote proved, by giving high-schoolers the opportunity to address the summit’s attendees, that they are dedicated to making this engagement a reality.

I had the privilege of joining Tanner Brumbarger and Cesar Ruiz as the youngest speakers at this year’s True the Vote national summit.

Ruiz shared his thoughts on engaging Latino youth who, despite what many believe, do want to be fully immersed in America’s election system because this is our America.  “This is the country we love,” Ruiz said.  He continued:  “We have a chance to vote our values– make our voice heard– yet we remain stagnant.”  He stressed the importance of reaching out to minority youth and sharing the message of election integrity with them.  All political issues stem from election integrity– party affiliation, conventions, key issues and the like.  Ruiz stressed the importance of engaging Latino youth in the election integrity process.  Many Latino countries require photo ID and have strict laws to protect the integrity of their election systems; since they may already be familiar with such practices, use that familiarity to convey the importance of election integrity in the United States.  As Ruiz said, this is the country they love, so let’s keep that in mind when reaching out to them.

This is the type of message that needs to be spread far and wide– how to reach Latino young people, coming directly from a Latino young person.  True the Vote gave Ruiz the platform necessary to share this message with a large audience who can then help him push it out to other sources.

Following Ruiz’s speech, Tanner Brumbarger and I had the opportunity to share a series of points we developed, called “10 Keys to Youth Involvement.”  In a discussion called FutureChoice, we had the chance to share our ideas with some of the most active and vocal folks in the country in the area of election integrity; it was crucial for these activists to hear about youth outreach and was equally crucial for Brumbarger and I to share that message.


Allen West “I am deeply saddened by the loss of Margaret Thatcher. Yet another icon of freedom and conservative principles is gone”


by Allen West via Facebook

I am deeply saddened by the loss of Margaret Thatcher. Yet another icon of freedom and conservative principles is gone. She stood for free markets, against communism and socialism, and restored her nation’s greatness. We are so starving for this type of resolute principled leadership today and must ensure there is a next generation of leaders waiting to take up the gauntlet.

Read her words, and you’ll understand why I respect her so.

“If you just set out to be liked, you will be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and would achieve nothing. ”

“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money.”

“I always cheer up immensely if an attack is particularly wounding because I think, well, if they attack one personally, it means they have not a single political argument left.”

“When I’m out of politics I’m going to run a business, it’ll be called rent-a-spine”


Allen West talks to Al Cardenas, Chairman of the American Conservative Union at #CPAC2013 @AlCardenasACU


Col. Allen B. West talks to Al Cardenas, Chairman of the American Conservative Union. Cardenas talks about the next generation of conservative leaders. CPAC is attracting thousands of visitors, many of them very young. Cardenas wants to attract a broader coalition of conservatives. Hear how.


CPAC: ACU Chairman Al Cardenas Sees Promise in the Next Generation of Conservatives



Allen West on the “Charm Offensive” by the political chameleon, President Obama


by Allen West via Facebook

It is 11am Sunday morning and I am sitting in the Providence, RI airport. Had a great evening last night addressing a packed room at the Quidnesset CC for the North Kingstown GOP Town Committee Lincoln Dinner. I spoke on The Party of Lincoln using the recent movie to highlight the Republican battle against the Democrats, from physical bondage of individual freedom then to now battling for economic freedom from the bondage of taxation, litigation, and freedom from regulation, which enslaves individual industrialism and entrepreneurship.

As I sit here reading my news update, I just laugh at this supposed “charm offensive” by the ultimate political chameleon, President Obama. Word to America and my GOP colleagues, don’t take a bite of the apple being offered – dinners, lunch, smiling, it’s just the ole Kansas City shuffle. In the end, the lizard is still a lizard, regardless of the changing colors.

Shout out to the Tennessee Vols men’s b-ball team for defeating Mizzou, and K-State for being co-champs of the Big 12. Wish they could have beaten Okla St.

Rep Allen West “Does Anyone Else See the Hypocrisy Playing Out in Michigan?”


by Allen West via Facebook

Does anyone else see the hypocrisy playing out in Michigan with the right-to-work pending legislation and protest? It is funny how the Left is pro-choice on one very specific issue but against choice when it comes to individual liberty and freedom.

In this instance it is playing out with an individual decision to become a union member. Should not middle income American workers be able to determine where they want their wages, (already horribly depressed in this economy), to go? Obviously not — seems the liberal progressives’ definition of liberty is someone taking the liberty to decide what is best for you and your life. To me, that is tyranny!

Congressman Allen West “With One Week Left to Go We Can’t Afford to Take Anything for Granted”

Dear Friends,

With one week to go until the election, we’re making our final decisions about television and our Get Out The Vote efforts.

Will you help me raise another $10,000 tonight by making a contribution of $35 or more?

We appreciate the support you’ve given us throughout this campaign, but now is the final stretch and we can’t afford to take anything for granted. Make your contribution by clicking here.

Thank you for continuing to stand with us,

Allen West
Member of Congress

Rep Allen West “This is going to be a dogfight for your country” – Video Conservative New Media

Published on Jul 21, 2012 by 

Congressman Allen West gave a fiery speech to supporters at a Republican Party event in Delray Beach Florida. Congressman Allen West talked about his race and the importance of the entire 2012 election saying, “This is going to be a dogfight for your country”