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Clinton Headlined Fundraiser for Campaign Group Which Gave $500,000 to Wife of FBI Boss Who Investigated Her Emails

From the story:  Clinton’s ties to the Common Good VA – a Virginia state PAC run by Clinton’s long-time friend and advisor Terry McAuliffe, its governor – came under scrutiny this week after the Wall Street Journal reported that the group donated heavily to the state senate campaign of Jill McCabe. Her husband Andrew McCabe led the FBI investigation into Clinton’s emails (Daily Mail). Meanwhile, from Kimberly Strassel on the latest email revelation:  In an election season that has been full of surprises, let’s hope the electorate understands that there is at least one thing of which it can be certain: A Hillary Clinton presidency will be built, from the ground up, on self-dealing, crony favors, and an utter disregard for the law. This isn’t a guess. It is spelled out, in black and white, in the latest bombshell revelation from WikiLeaks (WSJ).

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THR 10/29/16: Obamacare’s Troubles and Hillary’s Dirty Deeds

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Hugh Hewitt speaks with vice presidential candidate Mike Pence about the prospects of winning on November 8 and the reliability of the polls. Larry Elder uncovers one particularly disturbing e-mail leaked by Wikileaks regarding Hillary Clinton. Hewitt and Senator Tom Cotton discuss Obamacare’s skyrocketing premiums. Politico’s Mike Allen joins Hewitt to talk about whether the GOP will hold the Senate. Guy Benson, sitting in for Michael Medved, looks at where the Iran deal stands today with military expert Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters. Dennis Prager weighs in on the NFL’s sagging ratings. Hewitt and former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, David Axelrod, trade barbs over the Cubs and Indians World Series.

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Hewitt: If Pat Toomey Wins In Pennsylvania, Republicans Will Keep The Senate

Senator Pat Toomey joined Hugh Hewitt to discuss his tight race in Pennsylvania. Join Hugh Hewitt’s premium content website at Hughniverse.com.

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Polls Show Trump Closing

Hold on to your hat.  The forgone conclusion isn’t so forgone after all.  All of a sudden, the gap narrows to three nationally, according to one poll (Fox News).  One poll shows Trump back on top in Florida (NY Post) while another has him down three but closing (News Channel 10).  Hillary’s lead in New Hampshire has been sliced in half (CNN).  Another has Trump leading in Ohio (Townhall).  And look out, a poll has Trump within three in Pennsylvania (RCP).  The RCP average has Hillary still up 5.4 (RCP).  Senator Rand Paul claims polls showing Clinton ahead are “designed to suppress turnout” (CNN).  Gallup shows a bit of a Trump rebound (Hot Air).  Could Obamacare be having an impact? (CNN).  And on a completely different political note:  if you haven’t yet seen this ad for commissioner Gerald Dougherty, you need to (Digg).

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Mohler: A Revealing Moment

In the wake of the 3rd presidential debate, The New York Times reported, “Mrs. Clinton won a new round of approval … with her defense of even the late-term procedure denounced by its critics as partial-birth abortion.”

The paper also decried Donald Trump’s description of partial birth abortion, calling it “scare rhetoric.” The truth is that if there were any honest description of what takes place not only in a late-term abortion but in any abortion, it would be dismissed as scare rhetoric, precisely because it is so grotesque.

The Left also alleges that late-term abortion almost never happens. The Guttmacher Institute says “1.3 percent of abortions in the United States occur at 21 weeks of pregnancy or later.” When you consider that more than 1 million abortions were performed in America last year, 1.3 percent is indeed over 10,000 abortions.

Over 10,000 late term abortions per year doesn’t sound rare. It sounds horrifying.

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Prager: Hillary’s Frightening Speech

Conservatives who are inclined to sit out this election should consider what America will look like if Hillary Clinton wins.

Thanks to Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Party is now effectively socialist.

If Clinton wins, government will tamper with how much corporations can pay.  She said—and I quote: “If you believe that companies should share profits with their workers, not paid executive bonuses, join us.”

Unconstitutional, you say? Remember: Her judicial appointees will not be protectors of the Constitution.

Just before Barack Obama became president, he said, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.”

In fact: He has done so. And Clinton will continue this fundamental transformation.

Clinton later said: “We’ll build a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants.” She’s talking about some 10 million who entered the country illegally. The result? Our borders will mean nothing.

A President Hillary Clinton will finish the American transformation … perhaps forever.

 

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Chen: The Good Senator From Ohio

At a time when it’s easy to be cynical about our politics and politicians, it’s good to know that there are honorable men and women who deserve our support.

United States Senator Rob Portman of Ohio is just one of those people.

Rob is a commonsense conservative who has served the people of the Buckeye State effectively and honorably. He’s now seeking reelection to the United States Senate—and Ohio voters should send him back to Washington to continue the important work he’s doing in leading the fight for lower taxes, fiscal responsibility and an end to drug addiction.

I’ve known and worked with Rob Portman for several years.  He’s a man of high character, great intellect, and a deep sense of duty. Rob is committed to what’s right for the people of Ohio and our nation.

Take it from me: Ohio is fortunate to have Rob Portman as a U.S. Senator.

All Americans benefit from his voice as part of the GOP majority in the U.S. Senate.

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