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Mideast

‘Watchdog’ Press Covers For Obama’s Dismal Anti-Terror Record

Barack Obama wanted 15 minutes of airtime on Sunday night, the most heavily watched night of the week, to speak to the nation about the San Bernardino shooting.

It was appropriate for the president to request it, and for the networks to grant it, but everyone knew he would say nothing new of substance. On the matter of Islamic terrorism, he never does. And he didn’t. And in so not doing, he wowed the press again.

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Half Now Back Ground Troops To Fight The Islamic State

Half the public now supports sending ground troops to fight the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria as support for President Obama's strategy deteriorates, the latest IBD/TIPP poll finds.

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Half of Americans Back U.S. Ground Forces Vs. IS

Despite fresh memories of year after bloody year in Iraq and Afghanistan, 50% of Americans support sending U.S. ground troops into Iraq and Syria to fight the Islamic State as the terrorist group continues to attract recruits, hold vast territory and expand its atrocities.

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Poll: 65% Of Dems Want Muslims To Speak Out More Against Terror

Islamic Terror: If you're wondering why Muslims don't speak out more against violence committed in the name of their religion, you're not alone. A new national poll finds 74% of Americans agree Muslims need to be more vocal against terror.

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68% Say Obama Has No Clear Islamic State Strategy

Amid growing concerns about the White House routinely meddling in military tactics, a new IBD/TIPP Poll finds big majorities unconvinced that President Obama has a clear plan to fight the Islamic State or that the coalition is winning against the Mideast's frightening new extremist entity.

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