The Islamic rebel group ISIS has seized much of the border between Iraq and Syria, and some fear they are headed to Baghdad. President Obama promised to send military advisers, but many Republicans want to take more aggressive action. This hour we'll talk about ISIS's split from Al Qaeda, and how best to combat its expansion.
Suadad al-Salhy, New York Times Iraq Correspondent
Richard Herrmann, Political Science Professor and Department Chair, OSU
Peter Hahn, History Professor and Department Chair, OSU
Robert Pape, Political Science Professor at the University of Chicago, Director of Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism