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Archive for March 2nd, 2011

AWESOME! Allen West Video Roundup!

Posted by iusbvision on March 2, 2011

Allen West Stem-winder at CPAC!

Allen West on Multiculturalism w/ Greta: 

Allen West: The liberal left is absolutely terrified of me (and its true).

Allen West Defends the Continuing Resolution/Spending Cuts  with Veteran Reporter Judy Woodruff. This is a no miss interview.  

Allen West on “What is the Tea Party?”

Allen West with Small Business Owner on Obamacare: 

Allen West with Eric Stackelbeck:

Allen West to Congress: Go Bold or Go Home!

Allen West on Israel and Militant Islam 

How Allen West Will heal America 

Allen West: When I win this election I am going to walk up to Nancy Pelosi and say ‘Give Me That Damn Gavel!’ 

Allen West: Liberal Progressive Agenda is Antithesis of Who We Are as a Republic – LINK.

Allen West: PC rules of engagement cost lives. The terrorists are doing what the Quran says – LINK.

Allen West on John Lewis – LINK.

AWESOME VIDEO: CAIR Exec. Confronts Allen West. Wow did he pick the wrong guy to try and pull a fast one on.

The elite media fears West. To say he is rhetorically gifted is an understatement. Having seen West in action in person the best way to describe his rhetorical ability is to mix Ronald Reagan and General Patton.

This is not something I say lightly or easily, but it happens to be the truth. West is so brilliant and so gifted that the White House is his for the taking. I have never said that about anyone before.

CAIR’s executive director Nezar Hamze confronts Allen West thinking he can intimidate and use PC pressure tactics, only to get schooled by Allen West on Islam and its history.

UPDATE – Better video of same incident. The fireworks start a 3:10 –  

UPDATE I – How do you fight an enemy that wants to die for Allah? West: You grant him his wish.

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GOA Report – Dozens of Govt. Agencies in Duplicate – Massive Waste.

Posted by iusbvision on March 2, 2011

52 programs funding entreprenurial efforts.

35 agencies for infrastructure.

26 agencies to fund telecommunications.

18 food assistance programs

47 job training programs

82 programs to improve teachers

…well you get the picture.

The Hill:

GAO report expected to show hundreds of duplicate programs

By Vicki Needham – 02/28/11 09:00 PM ET

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) found hundreds of possibly duplicate programs throughout the federal government’s agencies, according to a report scheduled for release on Tuesday.

The GAO, an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress and investigates how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars, identified  programs across the agencies including Defense and Energy departments, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday night.

Congress and the White House have targeted many duplicate programs for elimination, including several that are included in the House Republicans’ two-week continuing resolution, also in President Obama’s fiscal 2012 budget, that cuts $4 billion in spending through March 18.

The Journal reported these duplications from the GAO study:

1. Food safety: 15 agencies that implement several federal laws.

2. Defense: Duplication in the purchasing of tactical wheeled vehicles, procurement and medical costs.

3. Economic development: 80 programs spread across several agencies that share goals.

4. Surface transportation: More than 100 programs run by five divisions within the Transportation Department.

5. Energy: Cutting ethanol production programs could save $5.7 billion each year.

6. Government information technology: 24 federal agencies handle IT.

7. Health: The Defense and Veterans Affairs departments are still working separately to update electronic health records.

8. Homelessness: There are more than 20 federal programs dealing with the issue.

9. Teachers: 82 programs and several agencies deal with teacher quality.

10. Job training: 44 employment and training programs.

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