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Welcome from Long Island, New York!

The  American Dream as envisioned by our Founding Fathers is realized through hard work and perseverance. I personally worked my way through ten years of college and was grateful that I could work two jobs to achieve my goals.

The mission of this site is to help preserve the America we grew up in for the sake of future generations. We are devoted to an America that promotes free enterprise and ingenuity, and does not encourage a nanny state under the causistic banner of “the common good.” The common good is best served by freedom for each individual.

A free press is a path to an independent and free society. The mission of this e-paper is to provide the news that is not available through the mainstream media so readers can make well-informed decisions. The site is leaning right because of what is happening in D.C. but the information is factual. I hope to have some fun on the site.

Let others be heard!

Submissions are welcomed.

Sara Noble

B.A. English Literature, St. John’s University, Jamaica, N.Y.
M.A. Educational Administration, M.S. Special Education/Elementary Education, Hofstra University, Uniondale, N.Y.

I have published educational articles, short stories for children and was a copy editor for This Week Magazine.

The name Sara Noble is a nom de plume.

Right on the Issues


Gary Spina, author of “Kitchen Table Politics” among other homespun tales of pure Americana, writes for Sentinel’s The Outpost.

Dianne Hermann, accomplished editor and writer, has joined the staff and will record days in history for our This Day in History category.

Writers you will see periodically include, Jim Soviero, John Smyth, Desiree Moore, Barbara Samuells, Jeanine Vecharelli, Alex Hanson and other guest writers.

Dell Hill is the former co-writer of Uncoverage.net, and has been writing pieces under Dell’s Bottom Line. At the present time, illness prevents Dell from writing but we hope he will one day be able to continue his excellent pieces.

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