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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.


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

  2. Who is the next Barry Goldwater?

    Although Barry Goldwater went down in a huge defeat in the 1964 Presidential election, Goldwater did as much as anybody to launch the modern conservative movement. Yet everywhere you look, the Republican Party is abandoning his views and his straight f…

  3. HerbEly says:

    Closed Senate Session Based on Real Grievance

    As much as it pains me to write it, Senator Harry Reid had a legitimate point when he justified the forced closed session in the Senate yesterday. “Finally, after months and months and months of begging, cajoling, writing letters, we’re

  4. In Defense Of Elitism

    In today’s Washington Post, David Ignatius uses the occasion of the Alito nomination to level the charge that the Republican Party has become the party of elitists.

  5. Choose Life says:

    Stacking the Deck

    Time and time again the pro-abortion activists prove they are more concerned about their agenda than they are about the health and well being of women. Why else would they suppress the truth about the risks associated with abortion such as depression…

  6. New Military Technologies

    Aside from liberating a country and planting the seeds of democracy and freedom in the country of Iraq, the invasion also provides an opportunity for other advances. Testing new military technologies is one of those opportunities, and some of the

  7. Multiculturalism and the Repeal of Universl Rights

    In cases such as these, it is clear that for many, the notion of multiculturalism has effectively caused a rejection of the notion of universal human rights that came out of the Enlightenment. No longer do these people see natural rights of liberty, …

  8. No More Tenure

    It’s buried down on the second page of the article, but yesterday Denver voters chose to put new teachers on a plan that links their pay to performance, instead of the old tenure system. Old teachers are allowed to switch to the new plan or stay on t…


  10. We’re From the Government, We’re Here to Help

    Liberals have put their faith in these Senators. Do you trust them to do what’s in your best interests? WunderKraut is doing an interesting caption contest with this picture. Link to today’s Beltway Traffic Jam…

  11. Democrats Losing Their Grip on the Judiciary

    The War between Democrats and Republicans over the Federal Judiciary is all but set to bust out into an ideological Armageddon. Having lost the last two presidential elections and dominance in congress over the past 10+ years, the minority Democrat Pa…

  12. Myopic Zeal says:

    Oh Deer!

    Today’s random deer-breaks-through-bedroom-window-and-guy-breaks-its-neck-with-bare-hands story brought to you by the Buffalo News.
    Just for fun, joining the Beltway Traffic Jam.

  13. The Big Picture

  14. USPS Postage Rates Increasing

    It was reported today on CNN/Money that the United States Postal Service will raising its rates in January of ‘06. First class mail will get a two cent hike to thirty-nine cents, which is only a five percent hike. There had been rumors last year …