Next Generation’s Allen West “NCAA is a true form of American meritocracy and the Oscars crony capitalism”

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Col. Allen B. West is excited for college basketball’s March Madness, and is looking forward to beating his fellow PJ Media co-workers in the 2013 NCAA bracket predictions, and taking home $30 in cash winnings. West suffered a painful loss when attempting to take part in the office Oscar pool. In the wake of that loss, Col. West examined the difference between the NCAA basketball championship, and the Academy Awards. Find out why he thinks the basketball championship is a true form of American meritocracy, while the Oscars are just another form of crony capitalism.

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March Madness: Why America Needs to Be More Like NCAA Basketball, Not the Oscars

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