TVCM Presents: What's Next Aileen?
March 15, 2018
What's Next Aileen ?
"Crimes of the Educators"
Mr. Alex Newman
Alex Newman is an American journalist and consultant who writes about economics, finance, banking, business, and politics for diverse publications in the United States and abroad. He studied journalism, economics and political science at the University of Florida.
In addition to his own consulting firm, Alex has worked in market research, marketing, strategy, research, information gathering and consulting for international companies, non-profit organizations and various political campaigns. He is also the co-author of a book exposing some of the problems with today's public education system.
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America Is Waking Up To The Deep StateThe Alex Jones Channel
Published on Feb 22, 2018
Alex Jones is joined by Alex Newman of The New American and Infowars' own Jerome Corsi Now that deep state is out in the open what are they going to do next?
June 6, 2018 - Alex Newman - Presentation on Public School Education
Filmed by: The Villages Conservative Media
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March 15, 2018 - Interview with Alex Newman
March 15th - Alex Newman presentation on The Deep State
What's Next Aileen?
Host: Aileen Milton
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