June 23, 2014

Drones and Advisers Aren't Enough to Save Iraq

Robert Caruso, The Guardian

The Associated Press

Rand Paul and the anti-war crowd don't get it: disrupting the puppet masters in Iran and arming the rebels in Syria is the best way to destroy Isis, right now.

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TAGGED: Drones, Iraq

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