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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. Another Fraudster in the News media

    They appear to be coming in waves, the latest scandal in the media. This time it involves an associate editor plagarizing the work of Syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts of the Miami Herald.

  2. Top 9 Suggested Ann Coulter Book Titles

    We here at The Nose On Your Face are big fans of best-selling conservative authoress Ann Coulter. As a friendly gesture to her, our staff have compiled a list of potential titles for any upcoming books she may be planning.

  3. I just wanted to say that I really appreciate you doing the Beltway Traffic Jams. It’s a big help to smaller and/or newer bloggers like me. Thanks again.

  4. Why Bermuda Does Not Need A Public Smoking Ban

    Royal Gazette Opinion, Thursday 2 June 2005 Last month, Health Minister Patrice Minors revealed plans to restrict smoking in public places such as bars and restaurants. Legislation could be tabled by the end of the year. An increasing number of

  5. Three More Pillars…Islam in Public Schools

    As I mentioned in the previous post, the first two pillars of Islam, the “Shahada” (profession of faith in Allah) and and “Salaat” (prayer) were taught by requiring the students to learn lines from muslim prayers. The students were also required to…

  6. Lady and the Vamp Caption Contest

    Clinton smells like poop

  7. FORGET WMD… NORTH KOREAN HACKERS COULD BRING DOWN U.S.

  8. Friday Nights at Wal-Mart

    If you’re looking for a fun way to spend this Friday (or any) night, head on out to Wal-Mart and give some of these a try:

  9. Point Five says:

    Kennedy Invokes “Extreme Circumstances”

    Republican lawmakers are expressing outrage today, after Democratic heavy hitter Teddy Kennedy (D, MA) invoked “extraordinary circumstances” today on his way to the dry cleaners near his tony Kalorama mansion.

  10. point2point says:

    LIVE 8: We’d All Love to See the Plan

    This time around, Bob Geldof seems to have in mind a sort of peasants’ revolt led by wealthy middle-aged rockers, not a charitable event. There is no mention on the LIVE 8 website of raising money directly for Africa, only for England:

    The first …

  11. HerbEly says:

    The ?Powers that Be? were the CIA?s Top Three

    Yesterday Senator Charles Robb spoke on intelligence reform at the Miller Center of the University of Virginia. The talk supports some inferences about who was responsible for intelligence failures prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Close readers of the…

  12. The Robinsons: Lost In Space

    The unfinished pilot episode to 2004’s The Robinsons: Lost In Space has surfaced at underground (and soon some not-so-underground) places on the Internet. I watched the pilot episode a few nights ago, and I have to say I’m somewhat conflicted…

  13. An olive branch?

    I believe politics played a bigger role in Wilkinson, and who was assigned to write it, than we’ll ever know.

  14. ROFASix says:

    Global Warming – More Faked News?

    After reading today’s Philadelphia Inquirer article, “Feeling the heat in the land of ice,” I couldn’t help but wonder who had really written it. Had the newspaper really sent their reporter to the Canadian Artic and Baffin Island r…

  15. Zap*Germs says:

    Not Making This Up: CDC Investigates an “Outbreak of Obesity” – in West Virginia

    Is it April 1st? The New York Times reports that the US Centers for Disease Control sent a crew to West Virginia — at the state’s request — “to study an outbreak of obesity in the same way it studies an outbreak of an infectious disease.”

  16. Alternatives to the Culture of Death – “Choose Life”

    President Bush has an opportunity to cut burdensome spending and promote the right to life at the same time by vetoing federally-funded stem cell research.

  17. Arlington National Cemetery, John Wesley Yoest, USN, BMCS

    Every time we’ve made the left turn onto Eisenhower Drive, and passed through the imposing brick gates of Arlington National Cemetery, I’ve been overwhelmed with emotion. Family members of those buried at Arlington National Cemetery are given a speci…

  18. Hold the Pickles, Lleve a Cabo el Lettace

    I think I’ll stop using drive-throughs as my own personal protest against this nonsense.The local pizzeria or fast-food drive-through might fill your order, but it is increasingly likely they won’t take your call.

    More and more pizza rest…