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James Joyner
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James Joyner is Professor and Department Head of Security Studies at Marine Corps University's Command and Staff College and a nonresident senior fellow at the Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security at the Atlantic Council. He's a former Army officer and Desert Storm vet. Views expressed here are his own. Follow James on Twitter @DrJJoyner.

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  1. “Fish rights” activists attack Shark display

    Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus is building a $200 million aquarium in downtown Atlanta. The Georgia Aquarium is set to open it’s doors on November 21st.
    Two of the future stars of the aquarium are Ralph and Norton, a pair of whale shark…

  2. Don Surber says:

    Gooder Writing

    Citizen journalism is profoundly American. The term harkens to our founding when Minutemen stood ready to defend the nation on a minute’s notice.

    But like those Concordians of yore, citizen journalists need some instruction. I have been newspapering…

  3. Was Kelo Rightly Decided ?

    Over at Catallarchy, Scott Scheule argues that the infamous-in-many-quarters decision in Kelo v. City of New London was rightly decided.

  4. Miers and abortion

    The AP is reporting that Texans United for Life has produced an abortion issues survey that Miers filed out back in ’89 in which she indicated her support for a Human Life Protection amendment to the US Constitution. It should…

  5. Bigger Classes are Better

    The quality and financial benefits of bigger class sizes

  6. Is Roe all that Matters?

    Given that I believe abortion to be the taking of life, I certainly see it as a very important issue. However, as anyone with a passing knowledge of the Supreme Court’s docket and history knows: their cases aren’t just about abortion (in…

  7. No charges to be filed in Kennings hoax

    You may recall this story from my earlier posts here, and here. The prosecutor has decided not to file charges in the case. This was what I thought would be the likely outcome. I still don’t believe in Mr. Brenner’s innocence in this story. Hopefully…

  8. The Terrorist Attack

  9. Karl Rove’s Weather Generator Storage Center

    The inventory, seen from outside:
    _Some cardboard file boxes stacked one on top of the other, labeled “Box 6,” “Box 4” and what appears to be “Box 7.” No sign of boxes 1, 2, 3 and 5.
    _A rather large wood crate marked “Weather Generator”
    _A t…

  10. “Next stop Biloxi”, said the high roller

    If you are a gambler, and you live in the Southeast, there may not be truer words.

    As we all saw in vivid color, the floating casinos along Gulf Coast were devastated by Hurricane Katrina. In a special session, the Mississippi Legislature voted to …

  11. PostWatch says:

    A Message From The Paranoid Right

    That would be me, I guess, according to washingtonpost.com online blogger Emily Messner, who defends the Objective Press in its Iraq coverage. The post is another exhibit for the prosecution showing how the website’s columnists skew left. Dan Froomkin…

  12. Mired in Liberalism

    Following Limbaugh’s outstanding column yesterday, Michael Barone and Tod Lindberg have chimed in with more detailed analysis of just how it was that the Democrat Party has become inextricably mired in a liberal swamp of its own making.

  13. B Relevant says:

    Who Represents Evangelicals?

    There is a fascinating article in the Lexington Herald-Reader today (HT to my colleague Jeremy). The article asks if the people that MSM puts forward as “evangelical leaders” are truly reflective of the predominant evangelical point of view.

  14. Worst Halloween Costumes Of All Time

    As the anticipation for Halloween builds, we as parents have to temper our joy in our children’s excitement with a healthy dose of caution. There are a litany of concerns that parents face regarding the Halloween season, not the least

  15. NIF says:

    Shizno

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny … It’s Kerry-180 Tuesday

  16. School Teaching Children To Be Muslims

    Hat tip to Gina’s Rantings
    ANN ARBOR, MI ? On Wednesday, October 19, 2005, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, California, will hear oral arguments in Eklund v. Byron Union School District. The Thomas Mo…

  17. Cao's Blog says:

    Wednesday Open Trackback

    Cheers to Wednesday–what some folks call “hump day” because once you’ve reached the afternoon, you’re over the hump on the way to the weekend!
    Trackback with one of your posts that you think deserves some special atte…

  18. Another Spam Tragedy

    I have on several occasions stated my belief that advertisers are as much victims of spammers as the EMAIL recipients. The basic business model is something like this:

  19. Penn Kemble, Cold War hero, dead at 64

    This may not have been spoken about by the MSM, but Penn Kemble of the Freedom House has passed away.