AACONS Interviews Allen West and Warren Cassell Jr.
AACONS sits down with Allen West and Warren Cassell Jr. to discuss the news of the day.
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Allen West is the new CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis. He is a 22 year veteran of the military where he earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel as well as a Bronze Star and a Meritorious Service Medal. He also served our country as an US Representative representing Florida’s 22nd and 18th Districts. He is a Fox News contributor and the author of the bestseller Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin’s Journey to Faith, Family and Freedom.
Warren Cassell Jr. started his first company at the age of eight, and at fifteen he is now the founder of ZapSocial, the chairman of a personal hedge fund company, The Abella Group; and the author of two books: The Farm of Wisdom: 25 Unforgettable Tales That Will Ignite a Wiser You! and Swim or Drown: Business and Life Lessons I’ve Learned from the Ocean. He hosts his own show on youtube titled Teen Tycoon: Video Series on Success and he is a frequent blogger whose work can be found in Entrepreneur magazine and other places.
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Admire Lt. Col. West tremendously. Heard him on Laura INgraham’s show this week. That’s a man with a spine.
Warren Cassell Jr. started his first company at the age of eight, and at fifteen he is now the founder of ZapSocial, the chairman of a personal hedge fund company, The Abella Group…
Probably too much of a capitalist, for Obama to say “If I had a son…”
‘Bout time we got some teenage, black capitalists.
True, but, thanks to Obama’s embittered demagoguery, we do know with certainty that Mr. Cassell “didn’t build that.”
And, for the Obama apologists who claimed that he was referring to infrastructure development and funding with this infantile barb (which, if true, would make it and equally idiotic statement) — where do you think the bulk of incomes taxes come from to pay for infrastructure? From businesses that hire people and create salaried jobs upon which income tax is levied!