Rep Allen West – Legislative Lowdown, Highlights of the Week and more

Legislative Lowdown: – Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Authorization — On Tuesday, the House approved H.R. 2838, the Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2011, by voice vote. The bill would authorize funding for the Coast Guard in Fiscal Years 2012 through 2015. The bill would also authorize funds for the Federal Maritime Commission […]

Congressman Allen West – Weekly Wrap Up 11/21/11

  Dear Patriot, Greetings to our constituents, fellow Floridians, and all Americans, let me begin by wishing all of you a very happy Thanksgiving. I pray everyone will travel safely and enjoy a special time with family and friends, enjoy the feast and that your favorite football team wins! Speaking of winning and losing, I am sad to […]

Congressman Allen West and Karen Harrington Take Time Out For U.S. Troops

Delray Beach, Florida- Congressman Allen West spent his Sunday morning with a couple hundred of his supporters to assemble care packages for U.S. Military personel that are stationed in both Afghanistan and Iraq. The 6th annual ‘Project Holiday’, was organized by the group ‘You Are Not Alone,’  and held at the Delray Beach Community Center, […]

Congressman Allen West ‘s Statement on the Failure of the Super Committee

  (WASHINGTON)— Congressman Allen West (R-FL) released this statement this morning on the looming failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, referred to as the Super Committee: “The Super Committee was entrusted by the American people and by fellow Members of Congress to work together and come up with a solution to America’s fiscal […]

“Washington Fly-in” organized by the Ft Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce and hosted by Allen West

by Kinglsey Guy Washington, D.C., is an impressive place, if you look only at the monuments, neoclassical buildings and Victorian mansions. But take those away, and the city’s left primarily with statist, bureaucratic, monolithic structures similar to the ones that began proliferating throughout the world around the 1930s, including in Moscow and Berlin. Architecture can […]