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Republicans not looking for the truth on Benghazi?

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  1. 30-year war on ISIS due to Obama Administration policies?

    The Hill Associate Editor A.B. Stoddard and radio talk show host Dana Loesch on Leon Panetta’s criticisms of Obama Administration policies.

  2. Stossel 09/11/2014: Combating terror

    Now, 13 years after 9/11, are we fighting terror effectively?

  3. The history of U.S. wars since 9/11

    FBN’s John Stossel lays out the history of U.S. wars since the 9/11 attacks.

  4. Can the President legally issue drone strikes against ISIS?

    Judge Andrew Napolitano on the legality of the President issuing drone strikes against ISIS.

  5. Failing grade for Obama Administration’s foreign policy?

    ‘Hidden Order’ author Brad Thor on White House foreign policy.

  6. The $200,000 do-it-yourself drone

    Aeryon Labs CEO Dave Kroetsch on the company’s small unmanned aerial systems made for civilian, police and military applications.

  7. How should the US respond to reports of an American journalist’s beheading?

    FOX News contributor Julie Roginsky and The Daily Beast columnist Michael Moynihan on reports of ISIS killing an American journalist in Syria, the crises in the Middle East and the unrest in Ferguson.

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