Sean Noble

Posted March 19, 2015

Dina Galassini is an unexpected champion of the First Amendment.

Posted February 18, 2015

Democrats on the Federal Elections Commission have begun the process of monitoring speech and press on the internet in order to supposedly tackle the issue of too much money in politics.

Posted February 04, 2015

As the new Congress, now controlled by Republicans in both houses, settles in for work in Washington D.C., there will be huge expectations from those on the Right. It will be important for Republicans to balance the do-something chorus and President Obama, who believes he can rule by veto-threat.

Posted January 15, 2015

The great Library of Alexandria stored untold amounts of knowledge from the ancient world. It was not only an impressive monument to the achievements of ancient mankind but also a place where the knowledge behind these achievements could be viewed and shared for the betterment of man at least until it burned to the ground.

Posted July 19, 2014

?Remembering back to any high school US history class, we can all recall hearing about the doctrines of various presidents. A doctrine would be the pattern of actions that came to define a given administration. The history of doctrines tends to remember presidents by their aggressive foreign policy stances, such as the Monroe Doctrine towards European colonization efforts in the Americas or the Reagan Doctrine of pushing back Soviet influence around the world.

Posted June 18, 2014

?This week the Associated Press reported that an audit of the Department of Veterans Affairs showed that more than 57,000 patients are still waiting for initial appointments more than 90 days after requesting them. An additional 64,000 are enrolled, but have never seen a doctor. The audit also found that 13 percent of VA schedulers said their supervisors told them to lie about wait times so they seemed shorter.