As we approach the last weekend before college football season, here are some things in the news:
From CNS News, General Martin Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, warns that our open borders make ISIL (a.k.a. ISIS or Islamic State) an imminent threat. (via Weasel Zippers)
From GOP USA, Michele Malkin tells us about a jihadi serial killer right here in the U.S.
From Fox News, Hamas kills 18 people suspected of being informants for Israel.
From Haaretz, a rocket fired by Hamas hits a synagogue in Ashdod, injuring three people.
Gatestone Institute asks if CAIR lied about a rally for Hamas.
From Catholic News Agency, the Christians in Iraq stay strong in their faith despite persecution from ISIS.
From The Daily Caller, how Northern Illinois University restricts Internet use by its students.
From The Washington Free Beacon, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) stands by his president.
From Premium Times, two more cases of ebola have occurred in Nigeria, where five people have already died from the disease.
From UPI, Maersk Oil plans to lay off about 50 employees in Houston.
From The Blaze, a secular group is upset about a policy used to select people who give invocations.
From Politico, only four Democrats who voted against Obamacare are still in the House.
From Fraud Of The Day, a frozen meals delivery company is being sued for allegedly making fraudulent claims through Medicaid. (via Watchdog)
From Campus Reform, a student at Clemson University launches a campaign against what he sees as his school's insufficient acknowledgement of it past ties to slavery.
And from Taki's Magazine, Gavin McIness tells us "how to be fired".