Allen West, Michelle Fields and John Phillips Talk, Syria, Cyprus, Rand Paul, Jim Carrey and more on @Next_GenTV

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On today’s Next Generation Today, Allen, Michelle and John talk about why the news out of Syria just keeps getting worse, why residents of Cyprus should invest in shovels and Jim Carrey‘s Twitter war with the NRA that lots of folks think hits the wrong note.

Plus, Michael Bloomberg is launching a $12 million ad campaign on gun control and March Madness bracket busting has seriously impacted the next generation, particularly the generation attending Florida Gulf State, LaSalle and Wichita State.

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Jim Carrey (mis)Fires at Charlton Heston, Rand Paul Stands Up for Drug Users, and Syria’s Scary(er)

 

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Allen West “Making the future better for the next generation than it was for ourselves”

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I’m writing today to let you know why I decided to get involved with Next Generation. No matter where you are born, this country does not limit what you can achieve. My parents, Herman Sr. and Elizabeth, ensured that I would have the promise of the greatness of America and the opportunities it provides. Now, as a Dad to two wonderful daughters, Aubrey and Austen, I must embark upon that which defines the American DNA, making the future better for the next generation than it was for ourselves.

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That’s why I’m continuing to stand up for our nation’s future. 
If you would like to support my efforts and join me in standing up for the next generation, I hope you will consider becoming a Next Generation member. 

Next Generation memberships include access to our unique Next Generation TV shows which analyze the critical issues affecting the future of young Americans. Featuring insightful interviews, discussions and commentary, Michelle Fields, John Phillips and I get to the heart of important issues facing young Americans as well as offer possible solutions.

We’re also working to develop the Next Generation Community which will connect our members to our TV hosts, along with our Next Generation Learning Center. These are just a few of the things our memberships offer. You can see a full breakdown by clicking here.

Just as I did in the deserts of Iraq and Afghanistan, I am standing up for our country and the next generation. I hope you’ll join me by becoming a Next Generation member now.

Click here to learn more about our memberships, and choose the one that’s right for you.

Steadfast and Loyal,

Allen West
Director of Next Generation Programming
www.NextGenerationTV.com

Allen West, Michelle Fields and John Phillips discuss #Twitter Turns 7, The Ft. Hood Shooting Case Fail and Bill Maher Makes Sense

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On today’s Next Generation TV, Allen B. West, Michelle Fields and John Phillips weigh in on the Ft. Hood Shooter case, and what an outrage it is that the Army Psychiatrist who killed and wounded 42 people at the Ft. Hood Army installation in Texas isn’t permitted to plead guilty.

Plus, what happens when the editor of men’s magazine Esquire is honest and tells a panel on feminism in media that: “The women we feature in th emagazine are ornamental, that is how we see them.”? Sparks fly on the set.

And Bill Maher said something that the Next Generation Team actually agrees with. Find out what it was.

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Twitter Turns 7, The Ft. Hood Shooting Case Fail and Bill Maher Makes Sense

Next Generation TV’s Allen West and Michelle Fields discuss Obamacare rising costs with Hadley Heath

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ObamaCare is only three years old and health care costs keep rising. Hadley Heath of the International Women’s Forum talks to Col. Allen B. West and Michelle Fields about the high cost of insurance, and the failed promises of President Obama’s controversial health care law.

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Happy Birthday, ObamaCare! Three Years of Health Reform Has Only Raised Insurance Costs

Allen West, Michelle Fields and John Phillips discuss Barack & Bibi, The Carl Combover & Single Motherhood

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On today’s Next Gen TV, Allen and Michelle reflect back on their week at CPAC and find out what John was up to by his lonesome in Los Angeles. On the CPAC front, our hosts take a look at Rush Limbaugh’s open letter to the next generation, and quibble with Rushbo’s premise that they need to do something important for anyone to pay attention to them.

Plus, is it possible to make a plausible argument that fast food, plastic bags and cigarettes do more damage than single motherhood? An ad campaign targeted at single mothers in New York City sparks a fierce debate. Find out where the Next Gen team stands on it.

And Paul Ryan and Speaker Boehner say there’s a looming debt crisis. But were you aware that there’s a serious barbershop deficit in the Senate? Well there is. To learn about these topics, and more, tune in.

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Barack & Bibi, The Carl Combover & Single Motherhood

Next Generation TV’s Allen West and Michelle Fields talk Grass Roots vs The Establishment

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Col. Allen B. West and Michelle Fields wrap up Next Generation TV’s CPAC coverage with their closing thoughts and highlights from the conference. Sarah Palin’s 2013 CPAC speech was her first time back in the spotlight since leaving FOX News and Jeb Bush, the 2016 establishment front-runner, took to the stage, but did anyone care?

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CPAC Wrap Up: Grass Roots vs. The Establishment

Next Generation TV’s Michelle Fields talks with Allen West and Terry Jones about US Education and it’s current state.

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Terry Jones of IBD and Col. Allen B. West talk to Michelle Fields about the state of U.S. education. Tuition is on the rise, and so are grants. Is the federal government to blame for the increase in student debt?

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The Federal Government Is Destroying Education

Allen West – Weekly Wrap Up via Next Generation #CPAC2013 A Rallying Cry For The Next Generation

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It’s CPAC week in Washington, and I was honored to stand up for freedom with the next generation by speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

CPAC has been introducing young people to conservative principles and reinforcing those beliefs in all generations for four decades. It is the movement’s biggest event of the year, and this year it’s a huge event for PJ Media and Next Generation TV. Michelle Fields and I will be producing exclusive coverage for Next Generation members, so tune in this weekend and invite your friends to subscribe.

Here’s an excerpt from my speech yesterday to whet your appetite for the interviews and special event coverage to come:

Two men on a corner, two worldviews

There’s an old story of a young Winston Churchill, an up-and-comer in politics, growing a mustache to look more mature. A woman approached him and said “Mr. Churchill, I approve of neither your politics nor your mustache ” Churchill replies “Ma’am, you are unlikely to come in contact with either.”

Sir Winston didn’t know it, but he was channeling every black American conservative. Folks, I’m speaking from experience when I tell you there’s nothing on this green earth a liberal progressive fears more than a black American who wants a better life and a smaller government.

The republic I fell in love with, the republic I risked my life to defend, the values I hold dear, the integrity that we all share – these do not know prejudice and they do not accept partiality.

John Marshall spoke of a Constitution that was colorblind, that neither knows nor tolerates classes amongst citizens. How can you not romanticize America? How can you not idealize this land of dreams?

Two men stand together on a corner, one with a thousand dollars worth of Burberry clothing on his back, the other with nothing but a little paper in his wallet and a hope for a better life. Conservatives look at both and see the magnificence of freedom and potential – one dream realized, another taking its baby steps.

Liberals cannot look at those two men without thinking that the rich man prospered only by dipping his hand into the pocket of the poor man. Like the pretenders in Isaiah 29, the American dream is something they “honor with their lips, but their hearts are far from it.”

Don’t let freebies trump freedom
Conservatives understand that the power that binds our republic together is fierce independence held high on the shoulders of compassion. We believe in humility and integrity, the spirit of one people, bound together under God. We understand that the Constitution was written to control and regulate the government, not the people.

I’m sick and tired of hearing that it is our moral duty to serve the state. Conservatives believe that it is our moral duty to serve our fellow man, regardless of race, sex, affiliation or creed. And when we serve, we believe that it is the state’s duty to get out of the way.

Some Americans are lost in the woods – no compass, no map, and the GPS satellites are all inoperable. When more Americans prefer freebies to freedom, these United States will become a fertile ground for tyranny. When did “ask not what your country can do for you” become “ask only what your country will give you?”

Look at California. It’s hard to describe that state as being in anything other than a depression. Californians asked what government could do for them, and they got their answer. Every year thousands of Californians flee that populist paradise for the tax-eased, small government oases of America’s red states.

California is falling victim to the same snake oil President Obama sold America during the election. We were told compassion comes not from the spirit but from the federal government.

We’re told compassion comes not from generosity but from compliance. We’re told kindness means raiding a man’s hard-earned wages and sending them off to Washington so they – not you – may dole them out in courtesies and indulgences.

I’m tired of these insufferable lectures of progressivism.

Conservatism in the real world
You know what this conservative says? Compassion comes from a choice – and not the liberal definition of choice. The choice to say, “I can do with a little less so my brother can have a little more.” The choice to volunteer with wounded warriors, to adopt an orphaned child, to pass on that new iPad so you can give it to your church or to a hospital.

But how can those choices exist if we don’t even have the freedom to make them? Where’s the kindness when a faceless bureaucrat thumps a red stamp on a monthly food ration? Where is love exchanged, where is love felt, when a state administrator stuffs a welfare check into the outgoing mail?

I’m tired of liberals dividing this country up into little groups, setting them upon each other, breeding spite and envy, and then having the nerve to accuse conservatives of hatred.

It’s said that Washington, D.C., is 60 square miles surrounded by reality. Out in the real world, I see conservatives giving more to charity than liberals, even though their paychecks are smaller. In the real world I see conservatives volunteering at adoption agencies, at churches, at bake sales and the local American Legion post, while the only charity a progressive sends is a smug sermon on fair share and fairness.

I’m a conservative because I believe we’re here on this earth to do a little more than crawl through life, comfortable in the cradle of government excess and oblivious to the duties required to keep this republic standing.

When putting an inky quill to sheepskin 200 years ago, our founders declared independence so that we could unlock our potential, not lock us into mediocrity. If the point of this bold American experiment was a controlled existence under a patriarchal government, we could have done a fine job of it under the crown.

I’m a conservative because I believe in peace – real peace, not just the peace of mind. I’m a conservative because we understand that real peace comes from the Marine Corps, not the Peace Corps.

America is more than a government. It is more than a republic. It is an idea. We either keep believing it, or we stop living it.

Watch the full speech to see how the next generation can believe and live the idea past generations envisioned for all of us.

Steadfast and Loyal,

Allen B. West

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Allen West, Michelle Fields and Alexis Garcia look at Senate politics, CPAC, Adam Carolla, and more

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Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) filibustered the nomination of John Brennan as CIA director in order to get answers about President Obama’s drone program. In response, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) called the Rand band of filibusterers “wacko birds” for daring to question Obama’s drone assassinations. Who is right and who is wrong, Senator Paul of Senator McCain? Find out as Col. Allen B. West, Michelle Fields and Alexis Garcia look at Senate politics, CPAC, Adam Carolla, and more on the Next Generation.

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New Maverick In Town: Sen. Rand Paul Bucks Establishment with Epic Filibuster

Next Generation TV: Upcoming Event Coverage Including #CPAC2013 with Allen West and much more

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As 2013 unfolds, we are off to a great start.  Please check out the live events already posted to our calendar:

  • March  
    • CPAC 2013, Washington, D. C.  NextGeneration.TV will be at CPAC 2013 covering key moments, speeches and interviews.  Our own Allen West will be the kick-off speaker at CPAC, so be sure to catch his keynote speech on our website.  Also at CPAC, Allen West and Michelle Fields will be interviewing the politicians, pundits and young people about what matters most to America’s Next Generation.
  • April
    • Next Generation April Conference.  We are in the planning stages for our Next Gen Spring Conferences to be held during April, May, June and July in cities across the U.S.  These live events will feature experts who illuminate issues facing America’s next generation as well as suggest viable solutions to those issues.  Here are examples of the topics that we will zero in on:  Next Gen Self Defense, Next Gen Economic and Financial Issues, K-12 Educational Issues, and Next Gen Business Start Ups.  We will tackle one issue per event.  As a Basic Member, you can catch what happens as our experts and audience explore these topics over four cities and four months.  Come back to this page in March for the specifics of our April event.   
  • May
    • Next Generation May Conference.  We are in the planning stages for our Next Gen Spring Conferences to be held during April, May, June and July in cities across the U.S.  These live events will feature experts who illuminate issues facing America’s next generation as well as suggest viable solutions to those issues.  Here are examples of the topics that we will zero in on:  Next Gen Self Defense, Next Gen Economic and Financial Issues, K-12 Educational Issues, and Next Gen Business Start Ups.  We will tackle one issue per event.  As a Basic Member, you can catch what happens as our experts and audience explore these topics over four cities and four months.  Come back to this page in April for the specifics of our May event.  
  • June
    • Next Generation June Conference.  We are in the planning stages for our Next Gen Spring Conferences to be held during April, May, June and July in cities across the U.S.  These live events will feature experts who illuminate issues facing America’s next generation as well as suggest viable solutions to those issues.  Here are examples of the topics that we will zero in on:  Next Gen Self Defense, Next Gen Economic and Financial Issues, K-12 Educational Issues, and Next Gen Business Start Ups.  We will tackle one issue per event.  As a Basic Member, you can catch what happens as our experts and audience explore these topics over four cities and four months.  Come back to this page in May for the specifics of our June event.   
  • July
    • Next Generation July Conference.  We are in the planning stages for our Next Gen Spring Conferences to be held during April, May, June and July in cities across the U.S.  These live events will feature experts who illuminate issues facing America’s next generation as well as suggest viable solutions to those issues.  Here are examples of the topics that we will zero in on:  Next Gen Self Defense, Next Gen Economic and Financial Issues, K-12 Educational Issues, and Next Gen Business Start Ups.  We will tackle one issue per event.  As a Basic Member, you can catch what happen as our experts and audience explore these topics over four cities and four months.  Come back to this page in June for the specifics of our July event.   

As a Basic Member of Next Generation, you can enjoy watching the live events they cover or produce throughout the year — right on their website.  Click Here to become a Basic Member.