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Obama: Netanyahu Wrong, Iran Right in Recent Past

Once again, the president is siding with the enemy (AFP).  Obama called the upcoming Netanyahu speech “a distraction from what should be our focus” (ABC News).  At the same time, John Kerry is negotiation with Iran while telling Israel to back off (Reuters).  Nobody from the White House plans to attend (Fox News).  The Democrats (and one Republican, one independent) who are shunning Netanyahu (NAIC).  Susan Rice seems to believe you can’t stop Iran, anyway (Weekly Standard).  A look at the difference between Obama and Netanyahu (NRO).

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Hillary to Announce Next Month

According to this story (WSJ).  On the other side, one story claims Scott Walker will connect with average citizens much more so than the GOP establishment (Washington Examiner).  The media is jumping on him for his apparently changing immigration stance (CBS News).

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Iraq Begins Key Battle Against ISIS

From the story:  Backed by allied Shiite and Sunni fighters, Iraqi security forces on Monday began a large-scale military operation to recapture Saddam Hussein’s hometown from the Islamic State extremist group, state TV said, a major step in a campaign to reclaim a large swath of territory in northern Iraq controlled by the militants (ABC News).

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CNN: Has Israel Lost the Dems?

The story blames Israel, instead of noting the consistent drift of Obama and fellow Democrats away from our key ally (CNN).  Charles Krauthammer looks at the sweetheart deal offered Iran (Washington Post).

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FBI: We Are Losing Battle with ISIS

From the story: while U.S. authorities have been warning that thousands of Westerners recruited to fight with ISIS overseas could pose a threat to the U.S. homeland, that threat “is a small problem” compared with the group’s ability to reach into the United States and radicalize someone without anyone else knowing (ABC News).  Not the story we’re getting from Obama (AP) or Kerry (RCP).  Teens from Canada apparently joined ISIS (CNN).

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