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Lost Arts Radio Show #240 - Special Guest Alex Newman

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Alex Newman is a foreign correspondent and investigative journalist for the New American Magazine (www.thenewamerican.com). He is an extraordinarily perceptive analyst, and an educator at Freedom Project Academy (www.fpeusa.org), which is a K-12 educational organization that offers real education in this time of mass insanity (especially in the public school system). Alex is on tour of cities across the U.S., speaking on the dangers of public education on all levels, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, and what your options really are to save your kids from the damage being done by the brainwashing that passes for education today.

California seems still to be leading America into depravity as has been the case for a while, but Alex will be giving us some insight into a foreign country that has sunk even lower, and is a hint of where the U.S. is going if major changes to the whole system of “education” are not made soon. In the meantime, waiting to see if those changes occur, we'll talk about what to do to safeguard your children under current circumstances.

This will be an especially important broadcast even if you personally do not have children. What happens to the current generation of children will have a major impact on all of our lives, so there are good reasons for all of us to do what we can to bring real education back, and end the involvement of one of the most negative influences on how education is defined and implemented, which is of course the federal government. In the U.S. it is specifically illegal per the U.S. Constitution, for the Department of Education to exist. We have a lot to talk about, and only a short break in Alex's busy speaking schedule to talk this time. Hopefully, Alex will be back to continue the discussion soon.

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