Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit and host of PJTV’s Instavision, discusses education policy with Michelle Fields. Reynolds has a new book entitled The New School. Reynolds see alternatives as the the future of U.S. education. Will online learning crowd out traditional schools and colleges? Find out.
Next Generation Correspondent Michelle Fields Talks With House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R – Virginia, about School Choice, Charter Schools and the Student Success Act H.R. 5
Related: Ed Driscoll interviews Glenn Reynolds on his latest book on education reform, The New School: How The Information Age Will Save American Education From Itself.
Have students at Washington, D.C.’s Howard University signed up for Obamacare yet? Do they support the president’s healthcare law, and what are their plans for obtaining required health insurance? Join Michelle Fields as she finds out what students saying about the law.
Next Generation TV: WW II Veterans Breach Barriers at World War II Memorial in Washington DC (Video)
October 2, 2013 — For the second day in a row of the US Government shutdown, WW II veterans breech barriers at World War II Memorial in Washington DC, Michelle Fields reports for Next Generation TV.
Right to Free Cell Phones? Sen. David Vitter Speaks with Michelle Fields of Next Generation TV (Video)
A $2 billion program, LifeLine gives free cell phones to people who are on Federal Welfare. Senator David Vitter (R-Louisiana) has been an outspoken critic of the program, alleging that he has first-hand evidence of fraud and abuse of this system; he speaks with Michelle Fields about this emerging issue. Arguing that companies like TracFone have incentive to sign as many people up for the program as possible, there is nothing, Vitter says, to keep them from giving away as many as possible without always verifying their eligibility for the benefit.
Why did it take Democrats so long to abandon a pig like Bob Filner? Find out from John Phillips, Scott Ott, Tammy Bruce, and attorney Leo Terrell. Related: Democrats’ Filner Cover-Up Goes National
Col. West on the media spectacle surrounding George Zimmerman's trial
Next Generation TV: Rep. Scalise Tells Allen West, Start on Immigration Reform by Securing the Border (Video)
Allen West speaks with Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) about the immigration legislation in Congress, the NSA’s surveillance and more. Should Congress pass the Gang of Eight immigration bill?
Can we even trust the Obama administration with national security matters? Hear what Ann Coulter has to say.
Col. Allen West catches up with actor Gary Sinise during rehearsals the day before the National Memorial Day Concert in D.C. takes place. Sinise will co-host the event along with actor Joe Mantegna, and the line-up will feature performances by The National Symphony Orchestra, U.S. Army Chorus, the U.S. Navy Band Sea Changers, as well as appearances by Gen. Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.), Candice Glover, Ed Harris, Alfie Boe, and many others.
How political cowardice derailed the career of Lt. Col. Matthew Dooley.
Heroism: Col. Allen West Asks, Are Gay Basketball Players Greater Heroes than Decorated Soldiers? (Video)
Col. Allen West discusses NBA basketball player Jason Collins. Collins revealed publicly that he is gay, and received a telephone call from President Obama. Col. Allen West contrasts this with the heroism of soldiers like Sgt. Greg Robinson, who became the first amputee to complete Air Assault School. The training was so grueling that Robinson broke his prosthetic leg twice. Did Sgt. Robinson receive a call from President Obama? Did other decorated soldiers like Army Lieutenant Col. Matthew Dooley? Find out.
Video: PJM’s Allen West and Andrew McCarthy on How to Successfully Prosecute the Boston Marathon Bomber
Former federal prosecutor and PJM columnist Andrew McCarthy talks to Col. Allen B. West of PJM’s Next Generation TV about the challenges prosecutors will face in prosecuting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Is federal court the right forum in which to prosecute the Boston Marathon bomber? Is a military commission a more appropriate forum? Find out.
Langston Bowens is a high school senior at Grosse Pointe South in Michigan, and helped arrange for Sen. Rick Santorum to speak at his school. But a funny thing happened after the speech was announced: School district officials changed their minds and cancelled the event. The story may have ended there, but Langston Bowens refused to be bullied by officials he felt objected to the speech based on their own, personal beliefs, so he took a stand. Col. Allen West sat down with Langston at the Reagan Center library in Santa Barbara to find out how he was able to challenge the system…and win.
"The Next Generation will remember this day as the Second Boston Massacre, but even greater, they will remember our avenging this attack," vows Col. West.
Joe Foss was a true American hero; however, very few know of his service to this nation. Aside from being a brigadier general, World War II flying ace, and Medal of Honor recipient, Foss was a governor, congressman, and football commissioner. Col. Allen B. West reminds viewers about the the enduring vision and legacy of Foss, and more.
Filmmaker Michele Midori Fillion visits Michelle Fields and Next Generation TV to discuss her documentary No Job for a Woman. Fillion’s film reveals the journey of female war correspondents during World War II. Hear about the story of these trailblazing journalists as Michelle Fields reveals one the lesser known stories form World War II.
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Col. Allen West: "Can anyone tell me what the rate of return is on a government investment?"
Michelle Fields asks the former House speaker about 2016 and how Republicans can reach the youth vote.
Watch Col. West's speech at CPAC at Next Generation.TV.
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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Imagine how much cheaper fuel prices would be if the bureaucrats didn't take such an unfair chunk.
Students once learned how to think rationally instead of memorize facts for a state test.
"You could lose civilization in one generation if that expertise and methodology is not handed down..."
"If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle."