American soldiers on the ground in Iraq could be ineligible for medals or other campaign honors.
But the end is not certain
Columnist pours cold water on State Department claims of gains against ISIS
Targets starting to get hit
Aircraft armed with ‘Brimstone’ missiles, accurate to within 2 meters
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men won’t cover this one up
‘Questions have arisen in recent of the use of drones and civilian causalities’
We can’t replace a short-term threat with a long-term existential one.
Nearly half a million refugees have settled in Iraq’s Dohuk Province in the past six weeks
We shouldn’t be afraid to use force, but we must exercise caution when arming third-world insurgencies.
180-proof Islam straight from the desert
A strong majority of Democrats support airstrikes to stop ISIS.
Maybe next week, says White House spokesman
‘Then who would administer Raqqa’
It isn’t what the president says
Syrian confrontation requires an army, ‘and the FSA isn’t an army’
Obama wants a nuke deal real bad
Syria, Iraq and Fantasy Land