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Obama keeps repeating failed policies in Iraq

Two persistent failings of U.S. foreign policy have been an overdependence on individual leaders, who frequently fail to deliver on American expectations, and a reluctance to accept that an established status quo can't hold. The Obama administration has committed both those errors in Iraq -- and it has done so more than once.
Supporters of Shiite cleric Muqtada al Sadr storm Baghdad's highly fortified Green Zone to push for government reorganization. The takeover of the Iraqi Parliament building is a sign of the weakness of the government of Prime Minister Haider Abadi, who the Obama administration had hoped would be a Mr. Fix-It when he rose to power in 2014.
Don't waste $3.3 million on widening sidewalk for golf carts in Ellenton
Pentathlon horse jumping inhumane; drop this event
Water backflow preventers useless, a waste of money; Manatee County should ax requirement
Secure grants to pay for Manatee County's John Marble Pool project
Florida's pre-K funding cuts hurt kids, ignore voters' mandate
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Bernie Nation can't get behind Hillary Clinton
The paradox at the heart of our marijuana laws - and how to fix it
Trump's foreign affairs speech: Incoherent, inconsistent, incomprehensible
Battle for truth about 9/11 and Saudi ties
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe does right thing for wrong reason
Maybe it does matter for whom you vote
The major factors left in presidential contest

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