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|About Allen WestPrior to joining PJ Media, Congressman Allen West served 22 years in the U.S. Army before being elected to the House of Representatives by the constituents of Florida’s 22nd district. Throughout his time in Congress, West consistently stood for policies that would make the United States prosperous, strong and free, even when speaking up was not easy. In January 2013, he joined PJ Media as the Director of Next Generation Programming where he is leading the effort to develop new Internet TV shows and other media that can be viewed on NextGeneration.TV starting in February and March 2013.
Congressman West received his Bachelor’s degree while at the University of Tennessee and later went on to earn a Master’s degree from Kansas State University, both in political science. He also holds a Master of Military Arts and Sciences from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff Officer College in political theory and military operations.
|About Michelle FieldsMichelle Fields is an American political journalist and commentator. Upon graduating from Pepperdine University in 2011, she gained attention when she confronted actor Matt Damon about teacher tenure reform in a media interview. After that, Fields was hired as a reporter at The Daily Caller. In January 2013, she became a correspondent for NextGeneration.TV, new Internet video programming from PJ Media.|
|About John PhillipsJohn Phillips is the host of “The John Phillips Show” on Talk Radio 790 KABC. Before getting his own show, John was sports anchor and executive producer for “McIntyre in the Morning², producer for “The Al Rantel Show”, and a news writer for the KNX Morning News with Frank Mottek and Gail Eichenthal. In January 2013, he became a correspondent for NextGeneration.TV.|