Center for Security Policy to give Director of Next Generation TV, Allen West Freedom Flame Award

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Director of NextGeneration.TV Allen West To Receive Freedom Flame Award
Center for Security Policy recognizes individuals who exemplify the ideals of our country

WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Thursday, June 6, former Congressman Allen West (R-FL), who is now PJ Media‘s Director of NextGeneration.TV Programming, will accept the Freedom Flame Award from the Center for Security Policy for his work promoting freedom, democracy, economic opportunity and international strength.

“I am honored to receive this distinct recognition and will continue to stand for the ideals of American exceptionalism and the defense of our way of life. Ronald Reagan once described America as the ‘shining city upon a hill,'” said Congressman Allen West, “that requires us to maintain freedom’s flame for this great Constitutional Republic.”

Colonel West is being honored at the 25th Anniversary of the Freedom Flame Award Dinner. The Award acknowledges the past contributions of its recipients while serving as a reminder that the goals for which they have worked so valiantly require the continuing, unflagging efforts of those who follow in their footsteps.

“Allen West’s service to our country – past, present and continuing – is an example of the courageous and visionary leadership so needed in America at the moment and in such short supply.” Said Frank Gaffney, the President and Founder of the Center for Security Policy, “The Center is privileged to recognize that service and to encourage others to emulate his example.”

The Center for Security Policy has pioneered the organization, management and direction of public policy coalitions to promote U.S. national security. The Center’s philosophy of “Peace through Strength” is not a slogan for military might but a belief that America’s national power must be preserved and properly used for it holds a unique global role in maintaining peace and stability.

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The Freedom Flame Award recognizes individuals who have exemplified the ideals of freedom, democracy, economic opportunity and international strength to which the Center for Security Policy is committed. The Award acknowledges the past contributions of its recipients while serving as a reminder that the goals for which they have worked so valiantly require the continuing, unflagging efforts of those who follow in their footsteps.

About PJ Media, LLC

PJ Media, formerly Pajamas Media, launched in 2005 at the dawn of the Digital News Era. Its largest website, PJMedia.com provides news and commentary from its correspondents in more than 40 countries. It is the home to some of America’s most influential columnists and bloggers, including J. Christian Adams, Victor Davis Hanson, Andrew McCarthy, and many others. In addition, the company’s other website, PJTV.com, debuted in 2008 as an Internet video platform. In January 2013, PJ Media announced its newest initiative called Next Generation. It is focused on the issues of the day through the perspective of the next generation, and it encourages all Americans to stand up for the nation’s future. Former U.S. Congressman Allen West is the leader of Next Generation’s programming. Through their weekly newsletters and alerts, Internet TV shows, live events, social media, and outreach programs, grandparents, parents and youth will be able to examine the issues confronting the next generation of Americans with regard to their economic future, educational pursuits, employment, safety and security, and basic human freedoms. This content can be found at NextGeneration.TV. For more on this program, click here.

PJ Media, LLC is the parent company of PJMedia.com, PJTV.com and NextGeneration.TV.

2 responses to “Center for Security Policy to give Director of Next Generation TV, Allen West Freedom Flame Award

  1. Congratulations Again Colonel West – You must be doing something right! You need all the fathers in the cap you can get. You do deserve it! You have done a lot I know. I have a “wish” for you, but I want a response from another party first. It has to do with 2016.
    Kerry