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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. ACLU’s Opinion Requested on Bird Flu Pandemic Planning

    The ACLU is in the business of grabbing headlines these days? now, in the context of a potential avian flu pandemic and the government?s response to it. From The Boston Globe there?s this report, excerpted:
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. –The Rhode …

  2. Update on the reform front.

    Two reform movements are of particular interest to me and I blog about them from time to time. This week there were two developments on this front I want to bring to your attention:
    Fair Tax:
    President Bush’s Tax Panel presented their report …

  3. A Civil Debate ?

    Over at All Things Beautiful, Alexandra asks if its possible for liberals and conservatives to have a civil debate over the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court. After thinking about the issue, my own opinion is that while such a civ…

  4. Skating Away on the Thin Ice of a New Reality

  5. The Alito Chronicles: 11/3/05

    The latest from ’round the sphere: Outside the Beltway says Alito’s “collegiality makes him dangerous” (he’s nice…so he may be more effective among the justices) Bainbridge on Alito and gay rights Captain Ed discusses the latest Alito smear (dra…

  6. Choose Life says:

    Pro-lifers in Denial About Alito?

    The plain simple fact is that Alito voted in favor of partial birth abortion as a fundamental right. We don?t need to go any further than that. It doesn?t matter why or how. There can be and is no good excuse or reason for doing so. Ever. And ther…

  7. US Senate to ask: Saudi Arabia: Friend of Foe in..

    The Counterterrorism Blog provides the date given for when the Senate Judiciary Committee will be holding its hearing for investigating the House of Saud’s role in hatemongering, which the NY Sun spoke about earlier.

  8. T. Longren says:

    Racism OK against Black Republicans

    The Washington Times is reporting on democrats being OK with employing race-baiting tactics agains black republicans. What do black democrats say about it? They’re all cool with it, saying it’s just “pointing out the obvious.&#8221…

  9. Elephonkey says:

    “Can I Earn Extra Credit If I Protest Really Well?”

    I was reading Blogs for Bush and I came across this post about a school busing kids to a anti-Bush rally. It is one thing that education has a liberal bias but when the line is crossed and kids…

  10. Race and the Unconscious

    In the late 1970’s, I spent some time working in the VA Hospital system. At that time, the primary Psychiatric population we treated were those whose psychiatric problems fell under the category of service-connected disability. Patients with SC disabi…

  11. NIF says:

    Blah Blah Blah

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny … It’s Stop the ACLU Thursday (+ OpenTrackbacks)

  12. Bird Flu Nails France: Chickens, Cartoon Characters Hardest Hit

    Morbid predictions regarding the deadly potential of the Avian Flu Virus have begun to come true in the formerly tranquil north of France. The disease appears to have taken a foothold right in the heart of Paris itself, with new

  13. Michelle Malkin’s Book and Air America

    Michelle Malkin has recently launched her book, Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild. She was interviewed recently about the book on Bill O’Reilly’s show. One thing I find very intriguing about her book is that, rather than put quotes on the

  14. Jack Yoest says:

    Box Office Or Critics, Which Is More Important?

    Ronald Reagan would often pose that question and suggest that one should know the difference. Tenured bureaucrats, the ‘Critics’ in academia have had the run of the American campus. But the ‘box office’ of parents who write the checks will…