Alex Newman is an international journalist, educator, author, and
consultant. In addition to serving as president of the small
media and information consulting firm Liberty Sentinel Media,
Inc, he has written for a wide array of publications in the
United States and abroad. He currently serves as a foreign
correspondent for The New American magazine, a contributor to
WND, and more.
He has also written for numerous newspapers and magazines such as
the Gainesville Sun, Liberty magazine, Crisis magazine, The
Diplomat magazine, Swiss News magazine, Sunshine State News,
Alachua County Today, and many more. In addition, he has
co-authored two books, including a major exposé of the plot to
dumb down American children using government schools titled
"Crimes of the Educators: How Utopians Are Using Government
Schools to Destroy America's Children."
Alex also serves as a director for the organization Bear Witness
Central, which works to protect and preserve the U.S.
Constitution, and on several advisory boards for
education-focused organizations. For the last five years, Alex
has been teaching advanced economics to high-school seniors
through FreedomProject Academy, an accredited K-12 school
offering a classical education based on Judeo-Christian values.
Before that, he worked for the Leadership Institute organizing
conservative student groups and publications and recruiting young
conservatives into the movement.
He also spent time working in marketing and branding as Creative
Director, Europe, for a leading international branding firm. Alex
has a B.S. degree in journalism from the University of Florida
with an emphasis on economics and international relations, as
well as an A.A. degree in foreign languages from Miami-Dade
Alex has lived in seven countries (US, Mexico, Brazil,
Switzerland, France, South Africa, Sweden) on four continents and
speaks multiple languages fluently and more at varying degrees of
proficiency. His work has been cited by governments and major
media outlets around the world, and Alex is a frequent guest on
radio shows, TV programs, and at conferences. Along with his
family, he currently splits his time between various places,
including Europe and the United States.
Alex has a B.S. degree in journalism from the University of
Florida with an emphasis on economics and international
relations, as well as an A.A. degree in foreign languages from
Miami-Dade College. He is a co-author of the book Crimes of the
Educators, and currently serves as a foreign correspondent for
The New American magazine and Advanced Economics teacher at