Congressman Allen West
Republican Congressman Allen West apparently doesn’t think too much of President Barack Obama’s decision to take credit for giving the final order to kill terrorist Osama bin Laden.
Allen West has long been a Tea Party favorite. His bombastic language and fiery rhetoric – he recently said of President Obama: “I can’t stand the guy, I absolutely can’t stand the guy” – has won him the unswerving support among conservatives.
Mitt Romney is campaigning in South Carolina hoping to make it three after his wins in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Congressman Allen West responds to criticism he received after sending a letter to a South Florida Muslim organization.
A South Florida Muslim group sent Congressman Allen West a letter asking him to disassociate himself from activists the group considers anti-Islamic. Congressman West did respond and the letter he sent back is raising some eyebrows.
Freshman U.S. Congressman Allen West and Representative Debbie Wasserman-Schultz’s war of words gained headlines Wednesday; but it turns out, West has a lot riding on Wasserman-Schultz’s performance in Congress.
The Republican Party took center stage on CBS Tuesday morning to discuss their plans for budget and other areas of American life. The town hall style meeting featured Florida Congressman Allen West, South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, and Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn.
In the aftermath of Representative Anthony Weiner’s transgressions, one would think members of Congress would watch their Twitter accounts a little more carefully. But an intern for Rep. Allen West didn’t heed the example.
Prosecutors have dropped all charges against a radio commentator who was arrested while questioning Congressman Allen West (R-FL) in Fort Lauderdale on April 26.
The attorney for a woman accused of sending threatening emails that led to a massive lockdown of Broward County schools last November wants a change of venue for her trial. The attorney for Ellisa Martinez […]