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The Only Correct Military Move for Iraq

photo of Reena Flores
June 24, 2014
Last night's late-night funnies: Jon Stewart knows the exact number of troops we need to send to Iraq.

There's not much the United States can do to solve the sectarian conflict in Iraq. But President Obama's announcement that a few hundred military advisers will be sent to combat ISIS forces might just be a winning strategy. According to late-night host Jon Stewart, 300 is the perfect number.  

Plus: Obama wants his daughters to work minimum wage jobs, Iraq's military spokesperson cuts a sad figure, and nobody knows who Kevin McCarthy is. It's a good thing David Letterman has some information about the House Republicans' new majority leader

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