Former Congressman and Lt. Colonel Allen B. West Launches Personal Website expands reach of principled, conservative leader

PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, OCTOBER 18, 2013 – Building on the phenomenal growth of his social media presence, Colonel Allen B. West today launched his own personal website. will help expand the reach of his conservative message, provide a rich resource of facts and perspective, and serve as a hub for the growing number of endeavors in which West is involved including an upcoming book, The Allen West Foundation, The Allen West Guardian Fund, speaking engagements and his media presence on Fox News, Washington Times Communities and other outlets.

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Since leaving office, West’s influence has expanded at an almost unheard of rate, with his Facebook followers alone growing from 189,000 in January 2013 to over 630,000 today. Clearly his unapologetic, courageous voice is resonating across the nation, and his website will give even greater exposure to his principled stance on a greater variety of issues facing our nation.

“To return our nation to its constitutional principles, to change the direction our nation is heading and restore our American exceptionalism, we must ensure our conservative voices are not attacked and gagged by the liberal media,” said Col. West, “With this website we are proud to join those who will not be silenced.”

West’s site is part of the Liberty Alliance, a network of more than 40 web sites dedicated to advancing Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. The company’s members and strategic partners leverage the power of new media to promote traditional values and generate more than 1,000,000 page views each day.

“We are honored to have Colonel Allen West partner with Liberty Alliance. Colonel West stands as a beacon of hope, freedom, and courage. I can’t think of anyone that more closely represents our values and goals here at Liberty Alliance.” – Jared Vallorani, CIO

About Allen B. West

Allen B. West was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia in the same neighborhood where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once preached. He is the third of four generations of military servicemen in his family.

During his decorated 22-year career in the United States Army, Lieutenant Colonel West served in several combat zones: in Operation Desert Storm, in Operation Iraqi Freedom, where he was a Battalion Commander in the Army’s 4th Infantry Division, and later in Afghanistan where he served as a civilian military adviser.

In November of 2010, Congressman West became the first black Republican from Florida since Reconstruction to be elected to the United States Congress.

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I’m looking towards 2016 and supporting Cl West to be the Rep nominee for Pres. We need to start garnering support and donations now-the Dems spend enormous amounts of money and get their ground game on early on.Pls join me in the effort and share this with your friends!

Bud Brangard
The first time I seen Mr. West was during the media coverage of the DC ScrollOut Ceremony held by the Special Operations Speaks Organization. Being a signer of the scroll that held hundreds of signatures by former and present Special Operation soldiers, demanding answers for the deaths of Americans in Benghazi. He impressed the heck out of me, based strictly on his words and views. Later I found that he was a former Congressman. The first thing that came to mind was…FORMER?? Maybe if our leadership of this country was made up of men like Mr. West we would not… Read more »

Who will run in 2016 that would replace the IRS with fair taxation? Who will eliminate the NDAA/Patriot Act and return our US Constitution? Who would limit or eliminate the useless depts in federal govt and return the power to the United ‘States’ such as the DOE?
Who will keep our military strong and return a strong foreign policy? When will (almost) half of American voters be able to vote for PEOPLE in the primaries without having to join a ‘two party’ private club? (47% of voters).