So we're at war again in Iraq and President Obama has said we'll be adding bombing runs and other actions in Syria too. A growing number of congressional members are calling for boots on the ground in the Middle East too—or saying that we can't rule out that eventuality.
The target this time isn't Saddam Hussein or Bashar al Assad or al Qaeda. It's the Islamic State (ISIS), the brutal terrorist group that controls territory in Iraq and Syria and beheaded two American journalists for all the world to see.
But is ISIS an actual threat to the United States that requires American power to re-enter Iraq? And what does it mean that our military is now working to stamp out a group that is also a sworn enemy of the Assad regime and Iran?
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