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Welcome Allen West and Michelle Fields to PJTV!

January 16th, 2013 - 12:15 am
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On the PJM homepage, West writes:

To have been the first black Republican member of Congress from Florida since Josiah T. Walls in the Reconstruction Era was just the dream that my parents, sought and I know they requiem en pace knowing their goal was realized by their son. To have represented the highest-per-capita-income ZIP code in America, a place where when I was born in 1961 my parents could not have visited, truly epitomizes the essence of the “fairness” of America.

No matter where you are born, this country does not limit what you can achieve, and we do not have a system of class or caste.

Our quest to promote the voices of the next generation already has started on the right foot. We launched a contest to come up with a logo for this initiative. A design created by a 16-year-old male from Arizona won overwhelmingly. We couldn’t be more proud of his hard work, and we’re thrilled to have a logo designed by one of the people we’re standing up for.

Over the next couple of weeks, we will begin to roll out many components of the Next Generation project. Through Internet TV, social media, live events, outreach programs and newsletters, NextGeneration.TV will be a rallying place where grandparents, parents, and children can come to learn about the challenges facing our nation and to offer possible solutions for a prosperous future.

Political journalist and commentator Michelle Fields, a millennial herself, will join the Next Gen TV team as a correspondent.

As for me, my mission continues; the venue has just changed. I am excited about what we shall achieve here for the next generation. I hope you will join me in standing up for our future. Visit to learn more.

Allen West should need no introduction to veteran PJM readers; Michelle Fields you may remember from this classic Daily Caller video, right out of the Book of Saul:

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