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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 has 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. - The Gone Rick Motel linked with What the ..Caption Contest The Daily Brief: A Military Blog For All The World To See And Read linked with Caption This One (060428) NOTE: My spam filter automatically deletes any TrackBacks that do not actuallyBeltway Traffic Jam Outside Beltway – Create your own linkfest below. To join in, choose a post from your blog to highlight, edit it to add a link to this post, and then send a TrackBack. If your blog doesn t automatically generate one, use the Send TrackBack feature

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  2. Humane Society Of The United States: Under Investigation 8 hours 47 min old Iraqi Referendum: Should We Stay or Should We Go? 14 hours 51 min oldBeltway Traffic Jam 15 hours 3 min old

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  3. Liberals Only Come in Two Flavors: Negative and Hate-filled…

    The entire creed and mission statement of the Democrat Party is now vested in one mode — negativity.

    ……

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  4. Ahmed and Sadequee plotted terrorist attacks….

    As reported in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 21 year old Syed Haris Ahmed charged with providing material support to terrorists, and 19 year old Ehsanul Islam Sadequee arrested in Bangladesh earlier this week, were planning terrorist attack in the…

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  5. Eat Out, Cooking Isn’t Worth It…

    Yes, you read that title correctly (because it goes contrary to what everyone else says) but it comes with a caveat, it’s only true if you’re cooking for one. My friend Perry, of pmoa.net fame, did a non-scientific study where he compared b…

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  6. Dangerous demographics…

    China. Maybe I’ve read too much Tom Clancy, but I don’t think this scenarion will be so far fetched say in another fifty years. Good I won’t be alive to see it….

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  7. Herb says:

    Where is the anger?

    Where is the frustration?

    Where is the outcry for lower gasoline prices?

    I know, it is “Supply and Demand”

    That’s what some want to believe and support. But, when a company completely controls supply and the demand remains about the same level, then the price for a gallon of gasoline as we see it today in nothing but outright gouging and greed.

    This is one of the few places where only the Federal Government has the power to implement a degree of control over the oil companies and the futures gamblers. Let’s face it, betting on the futures of oil is nothing more than “Gambling” and we, the American Public, are paying to support their gambling habit.

    $ 400 mi lion for a retirement package is a bit much. I wonder where all that money came from?

    It is time for a gasoline revolt to stop the American public from getting further ripped off.
    One thing for sure is that Congress doesn’t have the anatomical equipment to do it

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  8. McGehee says:

    But, when a company completely controls supply…

    What company would that be?

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  9. Herb says:

    McGehee:

    That would be the “OIL COMPANIES” They control the entire supply of gasoline. Don’t cha know.

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  10. Cao's Blog says:

    First edition of “The Facts”…

    My first videoblog, talking about Horowitz’s book “The Professors”, Columbia University, et al.
    Click here to see the public url if the video isn’t playing for you.
    I want to thank Terry Dillard from Right Track blog for h…

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  11. The second edition of the Carnival of German-American Relations…

    More than forty blog posts were submitted for the second edition of our carnival. The three carnival hosts present selected submissions in their blogs right NOW: American Future wrote English introductions from a U.S. perspective. Atlantic Review wr…

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