Yesterday, The National Patriot spent some quality time with Congressman Allen West.
We cannot thank the Congressman enough for taking the time from his always busy schedule to speak with us regarding a wide range of issues. We would also like to thank Communications Director, Angela Sachitano, in Congressman West’s office for all her help in arranging this exclusive interview.
In part 2, I ask Congressman West about the National Defense Authorization Act and, as always, Congressman West answers in a straight forward manner and quotes from the bill itself. This has become one of the most contentious issues of the last several weeks and one on which many have been misinformed.
Once again, we Thank Congressman Allen West.
Please enjoy, “20 Questions” with Congressman Allen West!!
As always, please feel free to leave comments below!
We, at The National Patriot, cannot thank Congressman Allen West enough for taking time today for this exclusive interview!
In my conversation with Congressman West, we covered a great deal of ground from Israel to Fast and Furious…His military service, a possible VP nod and today’s vote on the much criticized National Defense Authorization Act.
We hope you enjoy Part 1 of “20 Questions” with Congressman Allen West!!
The remainder of this exclusive interview will be published tomorrow!!
Ava Aston may or may not be a name you are familiar with but, if it’s not, you should GET familiar with it. That name belongs to someone whose face you may have seen in commercials or seen on You Tube but there is quite a bit more to Ava you probably don’t know.
Ava, welcome to The National Patriot’s 20 questions!
When most people hear the term, “independent artist” they probably think of a typical liberal grunge musician or left wing Hollywood type. You don’t fit into that stereotype as a conservative.
1) Is being an independent artist and a conservative a little like swimming upstream in a career sense?
“Independent” in music industry terms simply means “not on a record label” and that everything I do is self-paid. Unlike most music artists in the public eye who are on a record label. The record labels are like Liberals in the sense since they pay for recording, promotion via radio, TV, Internet, etc. The record executives, like big government, think they know what’s the best thing is and have a need to tell the American people who should get radio air time, how old recording artists should be, and what they look like, etc.