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About James Joyner
James Joyner is the publisher of Outside the Beltway, an associate professor of security studies at the Marine Corps Command and Staff College, and a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council. He's a former Army officer and Desert Storm vet. He earned a PhD in political science from The University of Alabama. Views expressed here are his own. Follow James on Twitter.

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  1. NIF says:

    Preemptive Strike of Limited Blogation

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny … Friday’s are good, not so much for Scooter

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  2. a Victory For Liberty

    If you have a relatively new cell phone, it most likely has some form of Global Positioning System (GPS) locator technology installed on it. On my LG-4650, there are two settings for the GPS feature — one broadcasts your position to anyone capable …

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  3. OPEN TRACKBACKS 5

    Sites with Open Trackbacks for this weekend (it will update often, so keep checking back)

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  4. Some Past Perjury Comments

    Some Past Perjury Comments

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  5. IRAN: “WHERE ARE OUR TOURISTS?”

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  6. The Babes Weekend Trackback Bash

    I’m off to muck stalls and tack up my horse this weekend so I’m starting our party early…

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  7. A Friday Poem

    On George the Christians gorged.Who needs lions in this game?And though Miers herself fired,It couldn’t distract from L’affaire Plame.Though Karl was he…

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  8. Forbes’ Indiscriminate Attack on Blogs and Attempt to Rewrite Easongate

    Daniel Lyons’ cover story on blogs (requires registration for now, subscription later) is an awful letdown, coming as it does from a magazine that is generally the best in the business at seeing things from a free-market perspective (HT Microper…

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  9. Choose Life says:

    Women’s Health vs. Pink Ribbons

    Life Canada has a national billboard campaign going on. The billboards alert women to the abortion-breast cancer cover-up. According to Women’s Health News, the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation doesn’t like it.

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  10. Gilla Ga Whack and Skilley Shack ….. Say it Don’t Mean Doodley Squat

    Truth be told, your intrepid blog host hasn’t much of a grasp of the deeper meaning of many of the world’s complexities. And I’m flying solo here, without so much as a puppy or a kitten in my lap as I plink away.

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  11. Good Food or Bad Chemicals

    by Bergbikr
    Early this week I was inspired to write about junk science applied to supporting a tort class action suit against Teflon. Then a next piece discussed some real hazards and several environmentalist hit jobs against chemicals and that indu…

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  12. Cao's Blog says:

    Interview with Jim Morris re Jack Idema

    I am pleased to have with me today Jim Morris, a well-published author and SF to the nth power–whose history with Jack Idema goes way back in time. Excuse me, Sir, but it’s been over 20 years, hasn’t it?
    Morris is the author of the…

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  13. Trackback Party

    Just in time for Halloween, a number of Blogs ran back-track parties.

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