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A new Hillary Clinton comic book does not leave out Benghazi (Bluewater Productions

Hillary Clinton comic book addresses Benghazi, email questions, 2016 and more

- The Washington Times

Frame by frame, moment by moment: a new Hillary Clinton comic book has now entered the political marketplce. From Bluewater Productions comes "Female Force: Hillary Clinton: The Road to the White House," which asks such probing questions as this: "Can she run on her record? Her likability? And how will lingering questions about Benghazi and her email inform her choice?"

FILE - In this Monday, June 16, 2014 file photo, demonstrators chant pro-Islamic State group slogans as they wave the group's flags in front of the provincial government headquarters in Mosul, 225 miles (360 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad, Iraq. (AP Photo/File)

Nervous: 58% of American voters say President Obama 'too soft' on Islamic extremists

- The Washington Times

"American voters think Barack Obama is too soft on Islamic extremists, and that the U.S. fight against them is going badly," says Fox News analyst Dana Blanton. The network has released a new poll revealing that 58 percent of Americans think the president is too easy on the extremists, including nearly four in 10 Democrats (37 percent) plus 57 percent of independents and 83 percent of Republicans.

This image released by Netflix shows Kevin Spacey as U.S. Congressman Frank Underwood in a scene from the Netflix original series, "House of Cards." Spacey was nominated for a Golden Globe for best actor in a drama series for his role in the series on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013.  The 71st annual Golden Globes will air on Sunday, Jan. 12.  (AP Photo/Netflix, Melinda Sue Gordon)

Kevin Spacey, Megyn Kelly join forces to produce The Resident - a new 'Beltway drama'

- The Washington Times

Kevin Spacey, Megyn Kelly. Could this pair have something in common? Yes, indeed. Mr. Spacey, the star and left-leaning producer of the Netflix blockbuster series "House of Cards" has joined forces with Ms. Kelly the Fox News anchor, and here's what they're up to. Mr. Spacey's Trigger Street production company has forged a deal with 20th Century Fox Television and Fox 21 Television Studios to produce "The Resident," deemed "a doozy" by The Hollywood Reporter, an industry source.

Sen. Lindsey Graham has released his autobiography as a free download.

'Everyone has a story' -- Lindsey Graham writes autobiography, gives it away as free download

- The Washington Times

Available for free: "My Story" by Sen. Lindsey Graham, a 126-page autobiography released online by his presidential campaign. The e-book reveals that the GOP hopeful had a challenging, modest childhood, served his country, flew a C-130, won his public offices. "Everyone has a story. Not everyone has to tell it, of course, and most people have the good sense not to," he writes.

Singer Pat Boone, a longtime supporter of traditional American values, will address the Heritage Foundation on Wednesday. (PAT BOONE)

Pat Boone -- conservative stalwart, cultural icon -- to have his say at the Heritage Foundation

- The Washington Times

Among the hundreds of policy events in the nation's capital on Wednesday, one in particular stands out. Authentic cultural icon, family man, ace performer, man of faith and conservative stalwart Pat Boone is in town to have his say about the state of the nation, and his own 60-year career in entertainment. He'll appear at high noon at the Heritage Foundation, just a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks to supporters during a rally, Sunday, June 14, 2015, in Des Moines, Iowa. Seeking an army of volunteers, Clinton is trying to build an organizational edge in Iowa as some of her lesser-known Democratic rivals clamor for attention in the state that tripped up her first presidential campaign. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall)

And so it begins: Political reporter barred from Hillary Clinton campaign event

- The Washington Times

In an age where official transparency is valued by both press and the public, The Daily Mail reports that David Martosko, the U.S. political for the British news organization, was denied access to a campaign event for Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire on Monday morning - despite the fact he had been designated as the "pool reporter" for the day.

Marines of the 1st Force Service Supply Group Forward respond to reports of an Iraqi force preparing to advance on them from the south during a sandstorm in southern Iraq on March 25, 2003. President Bush's legacy depends on a positive outcome in Iraq. (J.M. Eddins Jr./The Washington Times)

Gallup poll: Americans now less likely to think the war in Iraq was a 'mistake'

- The Washington Times

Americans have lived with the Iraq and Afghanistan wars for 12 years, essentially, and their perceptions of the conflicts are shifting. "Amid a security situation in Iraq and Afghanistan that continues to be contentious, a smaller share of Americans now than last year view the conflict in Afghanistan or the Iraq war as a mistake," says a new Gallup poll analysis.

Sen. Joni Ernst, shown here on her prized Harley Davidson, will lead a 40-mile motorcyle ride on Saturday - joined by Gov. Scott Walker and Rick Perry. (Image from Sen. Joni Ernst)

GOP motorcycle ride and pig roast draws seven presidential hopefuls - and major media coverage

- The Washington Times

This pig roast could trump a certain steak fry - and it will certainly go down as a moment in Republican pop culture history. That would be "Joni's First Annual Roast and Ride," a bodacious event on Saturday organized by Sen. Joni Ernst that includes a 40-mile motorcycle ride across the Iowa countryside - boasting good cheer, thudding Harleys and a full police escort, led by the Republican herself. Next up on the agenda: "a big pig roast," the lawmaker says, and political rally of the old school variety with much speechifying and a country rock band.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. gives a thumbs-up as he greets supporters after announcing his bid for presidency, Monday, June 1, 2015, in Central, S.C. (AP Photo/Rainier Ehrhardt)

Lindsey Graham: Defense hawk, pro-life hero, bachelor president

- The Washington Times

The news that Sen. Lindsey Graham is a bachelor has emerged in the news, right along with his announcement that he's running for president - the ninth in the ever-expanding Republican field. Indeed, the South Carolina lawmaker's single status garnered over 500 press mentions.

The DNC is mocking Sen. Marco Rubio's birthday trip to Las Vegas (Image from Democratic National Committee)

Democratic National Committee makes a mockery of Marco Rubio's birthday trip to Las Vegas

- The Washington Times

Sen. Marco Rubio turns 44 with much ado on Thursday, journeying to Las Vegas for a private celebration hosted by Rick Harrison, star of the History Channel's reality show "Pawn Stars." The presidential hopeful will make an appearance at the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. Mr. Harrison, meanwhile, is not much of a fan of Obamacare, or the Obama administration's treatment of small businesses. It's still a celebration, however - and one not overlooked by the DNC.

Bill O'Reilly's next book "Killing Reagan" is due out on Sept. 22 (Image from Bill O'Reilly)

Bill O'Reilly pens his next book: 'Killing Reagan'

- The Washington Times

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, relentless author of such best-sellers as "Killing Lincoln" and "Killing Jesus," is back into this disquieting but popular theme. "There are four books in the 'killing series' -- Lincoln, Kennedy, Patton, Jesus. Right now 12 million copies of those books are in print," Mr. O'Reilly told his vast audience Wednesday night. "The next book will be out September 22, and the title is 'Killing Reagan: The Violent Assault that Changed a Presidency."