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James Joyner
About James Joyner
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. Guard the Borders: Ranchers Defending Our Border

    Ranchers along the U.S.-Mexico border report that, over the years, illegal aliens have more and more lost respect of those who live and work in the fringes of our nation. While illegal aliens by definition have no respect for at least a few important …

  2. The Future of Media: Not now, but soon! (Part 1 of 3)

  3. Let’s do the time warp!

    Back to a time when libs talked “nice” about Alito that is. 1990 to be exact… Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.): Alito is ?the kind of judge the public deserves ? one who is impartial, thoughtful, and fair.? Senator Ted Kennedy:…

  4. CELTIC TRICK

  5. Republican Socialism

    Missed in the media’s concentration on Plame-gate and President Bush’s Supreme Court nomination, was this story from the Boston Globe evidencing yet again the distance between economic conservatives and the Republican governing elite

  6. Join The Sloppy Seconds Syndicate

    John Roberts: “So, Scott, you said that — or the President said, repeatedly, that Harriet Miers was the best person for the job. So does that mean that Alito is sloppy seconds, or what?”

  7. […] Linked at OTB. posted by: The Editors @ 11:01 am October 31, 2005 […]

  8. Ted Olson on Libby and Fitzgerald

    Don Luskin is right–Olson says all that needs to be said (WSJ link may be free this week, but ordinarily requires subscription):

    Must officials now fear that they may be prosecuted if they do not accurately recall conversations years later? An…

  9. Choose Life says:

    This Is More Like It

    A reason to be encouraged . . .

  10. Has It Been That Long Since OJ?

    From presiding over the most-watched trial in history to the Supreme Court.

  11. Back to the Moon

    Before 2020, NASA will again have astronauts exploring the moon. These journeys will serve as the starting point for ventures to Mars and beyond. The one thing clear, “it won’t be your grandfather’s moon shot.”

    Interesting is the fact the space…

  12. NIF says:

    Happy Halloween

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny … Happy Halloween! (+Confirm Alito, +Open Trackbacks!)

  13. Syria In The Crosshairs

    U.N. Security Council Passes Syria Resolution[Hat tip: Big Lizards] By Colum LynchWashington Post Staff WriterMonday, October 31, 2005; 4:12 PM UNITED NATIONS, Oct. 31 — The U.N. Security Council Monday voted unanimously to adopt a tough resolution de…

  14. Specialty Consumer Report – Get Yours

    Specialty Consumer Reports are to you what what credit reports are to your credit worthiness. In a front page featured article, Bankrate-writer Amy Crane discusses what these things are, what they’re used for, and how you can get a copy of your s…

  15. Jack Yoest says:

    What Is The One Thing You Will Never Get From A Reporter?

    “Off the Record. Deep Background. Not for Attribution.” These phrases usually will protect a source. But always? The recent indictment of Scooter Libby reminded Your Business Blogger that there is one thing you will never get from a reporter….

  16. Australian authorities tolerate wife-beating if…

    Jihad Watch presents a report from the Melbourne Herald Sun that tells about the special instructions police in Victoria are being given for dealing (or rather, not dealing) with spousal abuse cases in which Muslim husbands are the culprits

  17. Cao's Blog says:

    Idema and team found innocent in new trial; still not released

    If you’re looking for pieces on Jack Idema and his team, please click on this link.
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