Pentagon confirms it killed senior ISIS leader Abu Muhammad al-Adnani

Monday the Pentagon confirmed that ISIS spokesman and senior leader Abu Muhammad al-Adnani was killed in an airstrike in Syria in late August. The Aug 30 airstrike near Al Bab, Syria, targeted the terror group’s chief propagandist, recruiter and architect of external terrorist operations. ISIS announced his death shortly after the airstrike through its news agency Amaq.

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Sniper takes out ISIS executioner from a mile away

A new reports says that a sharpshooter killed a top ISIS executioner and three other jihadists with a single bullet from nearly a mile away — just seconds before the fiend was set to burn 12 hostages alive with a flamethrower.

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Clinton’s self-inflicted wound: Misleading the press about her pneumonia

Just when Hillary Clinton was stepping up her complaints about media bias, it turns out her bigger problem is media aversion. Clinton and her team utterly botched the belated disclosure of her pneumonia took a modest problem and made it a thousand times worse. It reinforced the image of excessive secrecy and calculated non-disclosure that has dogged Clinton throughout this campaign. It made a mockery of the campaign’s criticism of conservative critics who were speculating that she was really sick.

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Clinton’s deplorable gaffe touches off controversy

Wow, just days after Hillary Clinton said she regretted calling half of Donald Trump supporters a “basket of deplorables,” some of those supporters are embracing the title — while enterprising web retailers seize the moment by quickly churning out a line of “deplorables” merchandise.

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Debate Commission: We’re Sticking with Chris Wallace

Poor liberals. They have to be in control of everything, or they raise hell. An argument by the founder of liberal Media Matters to boot Fox News’ Chris Wallace as presidential debate moderator was rejected in a terse 16-word rebuke from the commission overseeing the face-offs.

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Homeland’s Johnson says advanced plots unknown to public foiled ‘all the time’

Sunday the US is prepared to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9-11 terror attacks, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says terror plots, unbeknownst to the public, have been disrupted “all of the time” since he started running the agency.

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Hillary Clinton Wants Higher Estate Taxes, But Not on Her Family

I say screw that idea.  Why in the hell should an heir pay more, when that money has already been taxed? Hillary Clinton wants to increase the estate tax to 65 percent on the wealthiest Americans,  according to her latest tax plan. The Clinton campaign estimates that the increase would raise an addition $75 billion in revenue over the next decade. The current rate maxes out at 40 percent.

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Trump Card? Republican voter registration a bright spot for campaign

Donald Trump enjoys at least one electoral advantage in his uphill climb to the White House: Republicans are outpacing Democrats in registering new voters in key states.

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Clinton spokeswoman defends drug plan after Pfizer comments

U.S. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s spokeswoman said on Friday Clinton’s plan to curb drug spending was not the blow to medical innovation that Pfizer Inc Chief Executive Ian Read described it as being on Thursday.

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Trump Calls to End Ban on Church Endorsements

Republican candidate Donald Trump is looking to secure the votes of evangelical Christians by getting an old section of the federal tax code repealed. Friday, Trump will speak to “values voters” at a convention put together by the Family Research Council, a conservative values-oriented organization. According to The Wall Street Journal, the Republican presidential nominee is expected to discuss the Johnson Amendment, a section of the tax code that bans tax-exempt organizations, like churches, from making political endorsements.

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