In part because the caliphate was never as big a threat as Republicans made it out to be.
The more the group is cornered in Iraq, the more of its sympathizers commit terrorist attacks in the West.
The president rejects a war of civilizations and calls on Muslim leaders to address the challenges that breed terrorism.
Pushing the Islamic State out of Mosul could bring more destruction to the capitals of Europe.
Few blame Angela Merkel and her open-door immigration policy for the terrorist attack in Berlin.
By every objective measure, the world is becoming a better place. So why doesn’t it always feel that way?
It’s impossible to know what went on inside the killer’s head. But we can make a few educated guesses.
Let’s not forget the Islamic State is in the process of being defeated and gay rights are making great strides.
The Republican huffs and puffs while the man he wants to succeed is actually killing the terrorists.
Some will argue now is not the time for politics. But what’s the point if we don’t stop this from happening again?