Sarah Jean Seman

Posted October 19, 2014

A mere 15 percent of Americans believe that the United States and its allies are winning the war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll. Almost three times as many Americans (42 percent) consider ISIS to have the upper-hand.

Posted October 17, 2014

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke to a crowd of Georgians Thursday, encouraging them to support Nathan Deal (R) in the upcoming gubernatorial election. Incumbent Deal is running against Jason Carter (D), the grandson of Jimmy Carter.

Posted October 16, 2014

Add sex trafficking to the growing list of horrific practices made by ISIS.

Posted October 15, 2014

Gun control advocate and former NYC Mayor, Michael Bloomberg may now be the largest single benefactor to Georgia Senate hopeful Michelle Nunn (D).

Posted October 13, 2014

Colorado Gov. John Hickenloopers (D) campaign spokesperson Eddie Stern allegedly escorted a reporter out of their building Friday and dialed 911 with the intent to have him arrested.

Posted October 11, 2014

H.W. Crocker III, bestselling author of the Politically Incorrect Guide to the British Empire and the Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War, talks to Townhall Magazine about his latest piece on Word War I.

Posted October 09, 2014

Right on target.

Posted October 08, 2014

They have his back.

Posted October 07, 2014

Republican Gov. Nathan Deal has distanced himself from democratic opponent Jason Carter with a six-point lead, the largest surge to-date according to a recent Rasmussen Reports poll.

Posted October 04, 2014

Purchasing alcohol with welfare money is illegal in Colorado, despite that nearly $500,000 in taxpayer was used in liquor stores across the state.

Posted October 01, 2014

A recent ad by the National Republican Senatorial Committee slammed Senator Mark Udall (D-CO) for his nonchalant attitude towards the national security threat of ISIS (or, as Obama prefers to call it, ISIL).

Posted September 27, 2014

Try this for a dynamic duo. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal (R) appeared with rap star Chris Ludacris Friday at an elementary school near Atlanta.

Posted September 26, 2014

Accountability failure

Posted September 24, 2014

More than 19 million people living within the United States are not fluent in the English language, according to a recent report by the Brookings Institution.

Posted September 23, 2014

The heirs of John D. Rockefeller, the man who became a tycoon after tapping natural resources and founding Standard Oil, are now divesting their family fund of all oil and fossil fuel stocks. The Rockefeller Brothers Fund is a philanthropic organization with a net worth of more than $800 million.

Posted September 20, 2014

The cost of educating illegal immigrant children who are residing in the United States will cost one school district in Louisiana almost $5 million, according to the Louisiana Department of Education. State Superintendent of Education John White crunched the numbers in response to a request from Senator David Vitter (R-LA).

Posted September 18, 2014

Today, the United States continues to build a broad international coalition to degrade and ultimately destroy the terrorist group known as ISIL, President Obama stated Thursday night shortly after Congress voted to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight ISIL.

Posted September 17, 2014

Republican frontrunner Bob Beauprez is gaining unexpected ground in Colorados gubernatorial race, according to the latest Quinnipiac University Poll. The former U.S. Rep. holds a double-digit lead over Democratic incumbent Gov. John Hickenlooper.

Posted September 16, 2014

For every job created in the state of Illinois two people sign-up for food stampsnot exactly an encouraging statistic.

Posted September 15, 2014

In what may be the ultimate Nanny State move, Vermont has outlawed consuming or bringing brownies, cakes, or cookies to school. The mandates are part of a new program titled Smart-Snacks-in-Schools and will apply to lunch items, vending machines, and fundraising events between midnight and half and hour after