Allen West, one-term congressman, Tea Party darling, and crusader against anything he deems "un-American," doesn't like Coca-Cola's Super Bowl ad. Not one bit. The... um... "distinguished gentleman" from South Florida blogged not once -- but twice -- about the Coke ad. According to West's first blo ... More >>
Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S.economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
Allen West has been getting a lot of bad press lately -- news outlets across the country, including this one, latched onto his declaration that "there are 78 to 81 members of the Democrat Party that are members of the Communist Party."He's since moved past that assertion and onto the (slightly) ... More >>
Last time we saw Florida Republican congressional candidate Mark Oxner, he was on the U.S.S. Obamaboat turning Democratic opponent Alan Grayson into a parrot and Barack Obama into the captain of a slave ship. He promised to make more ads, and he delivered, this time with one that he claims will ... More >>
When asked about a vice presidential nod by CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien this morning, Congressman Allen West that he is "always willing and ready to serve my country in whatever capacity that the American people would desire.""As far as the vice president thing, you know, who knows what the future ... More >>
nationalarchives.govPoster created by the USDA to encourage farmers to use quality feed for pigs. If you're anything like me, your food pyramid is inverted and looks more like a yield sign. The "food groups" in your yield sign probably have little to do with portion control or balance and everyth ... More >>
In Part I of this article, I discussed two telling statements made by Congressman-elect Allen West during his campaign to represent Florida's 22nd District. The first revealed West's troubling inability to differentiate friendly, charitably minded American Muslims from jihadists; the second revealed ... More >>
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