February 2015

Stand For Truth

By |February 13th, 2015|

Lieutenant Colonel Allen West was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia and lived where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

was a preacher. He served for 22 years in the United States Army and received many military honors.

In 2010, he was elected to the U.S. Congress from the 22nd District of Florida. He was one of 44 blacks in the 112th

U.S. Congress, one of 2 blacks in the Republican Caucus.

Colonel West attended the last Michigan GOP Convention in Novi. Many people met him as he moved through the

crowd being introduced by Ambassador Ron Weiser.

On his website, allenbwest.com, December 29, 2014, Colonel West wrote a piece in which he said, “Every now and

then, you come across an article that folks just need to read. This one written by Michael Smith entitled,

‘Confessions of a Public Defender,’ and originally posted at American Renaissance on May 9, 2014, is one of those

articles.”

He urges the review of this piece by saying, “It will take you only 5 minutes to read this article-and I will bet you will

read it again. Then ask yourself, is this something you hear Al Sharpton addressing? Or President Obama, Eric

Holder, Jeh Johnson, or Jesse Jackson?”

He describes the article by saying, “It is a profound and deeply disturbing piece…. Smith articulates that

which ails the black community—the real discussion we should be having on race–not that of victimhood and the

further expansion of the welfare nanny-state….There is a war to be fought, it is for the soul of the inner city and the

black community….We cannot begin to ‘have a conversation about race’ until we are willing to honestly address the

facts.”

As attorney Michael Smith says in the closing paragraph of his article, “… it is wrong to deceive the public. Whatever

solutions […]

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February 2014

THE ESTABLISHMENT STRIKES BACK: MICHIGAN “RINO’S” MANEUVERING TO REGAIN CONTROL OF STATE PARTY

By |February 10th, 2014|

“Demands for the resignation of Michigan’s Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema may be far less spontaneous than initially portrayed. ”

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“Dave Agema is a prophet” – State Rep. Jack Hoogendyk

By |February 10th, 2014|

“In MY opinion, Dave Agema is a prophet, willing to take the slings and arrows of the left and members of his own party to speak the truth,” Hoogendyk said in an email sent out to followers of his “Core Principles” email list. “He may be a bit blunt at times but what he is saying needs to be heard and I applaud his courage in saying it.”

– Former State Rep. Jack Hoogendyk

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January 2014

Dave Featured On Sandy Rios In The Morning

By |January 31st, 2014|

Sandy interviews Dave Agema

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Dave Featured On AFA: Focal Point

By |January 31st, 2014|

Guest Dave Agema: GOP trying to bounce him for supporting platform.

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Dave Featured On The Renegade River Show

By |January 30th, 2014|

Published on Jan 27, 2014
The Renegade River Show 2 2 2014 Dave Agema

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Why people support Dave Agema

By |January 27th, 2014|

They want Republicans to speak with a clear voice, as Agema has done.

“The Republicans are not really standing for anything anymore,” said Tomas Ojeda, a former U.S. Marine. “Nothing on immigration, nothing on pro-life and, as you can see, now they can’t say anything about homosexuality.

“If you’re going to go into politics and you can’t articulate your position, that’s like a Marine that can’t shoot. Those are your bullets.”

Mark Petzold was there “standing up for what’s right and what’s good,” he said.

“I know the man and I know his character. Without any problem I’ll stand next to him,” said Petzold, president of River City Patriots and the Sons of Liberty Riders. “We need more people like him because our country’s problem is not political, it’s spiritual. We’re in the midst of spiritual warfare and so somebody like him that’s standing on principle is a way of helping to bring about that (spiritual) awakening because even in spite of the controversy (over Agema’s remarks) the discussion is happening.
– Matt Vande Bunte; mlive.com

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