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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. Even Dear Abby buries the Lede

    The lede of yesterday’s Dear Abby column was a letter from a Dad who is hurt when his ex throws birthday parties for their kids and doesn’t invite him. This was the second letter: DEAR ABBY: I was a soldier…

  2. A Lie, A Lie-O

    After reading Don Surber’s recent post on Lies and the Lying Democrat Liars Who Tell Them (and the Lying Dominant Press Who Enable Them), I felt compelled to dig up this wee poem…

  3. Crisis In The Republic ?

    The riots throughout France have continued into their 12th night and the government of France is at least talking about cracking down.

  4. HerbEly says:

    No More Blank-Check Wars

    Leslie H. Gelb and Anne-Marie Slaughter don?t say it in their WaPo Op Ed piece, but the problems with ?blank check? wars are 1) that no one can tell if they are being fought for a just cause; and 2)

  5. Carnival of Personal Finance #21

    Greetings and salutations! Welcome to the 21st Carnival of Personal Finance. Started a mere twenty-one weeks ago by the inimitable Flexo of ConsumerismCommentary, this Carnival seeks to quench your thirst for personal finance musings and this week is n…

  6. Point Five says:

    Chirac Pleads With Rioters to Burn “During Regular Business Hours”

    …Government officials became concerned when rioters violated, as of Friday at 9:00pm, French law that mandates a thirty-five hour work week. The official response was delayed by a pleasant weekend spent in Fontainebleau until the start of the officia…

  7. Sprechen Vous español?

    Aubrey Turner had an over the top experience increasingly common among us silly English speakers in predominantly and historically English-speaking America. He is correct. It is not racist to expect people to know English where appropriate.

  8. […] Linked at The Mudville Gazette and OTB posted by: The Editors @ 11:10 am November 8, 2005 […]

  9. BitsBlog says:


    The lessons currently being taught by France about cultural values, and the consequences of cultural abandonment…. be it voluntary or forced…..I doubt there are many in the west with the courage to face them, and accept them. Particularly, to the…

  10. France Riots: Screw The French! They Deserve It!

    France is still burning (courtesy of Speed of Thought) Paris still burns and it has spread to Germany and Belgium. I don’t feel sorry for the French like some. I don’t feel sorry for people who ignore issues and problems…

  11. NIF says:

    Go vote, Virginia!

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny … Go vote VA, and it’s Kerry-180 Tuesday (+ Open TrackBacks!)

  12. Election night potpourri

    For those of us who can’t wait for ’06, there’s the ’05 appetizer: Real Clear Politics has an ongoing election night thread The Fix has links for each of the states holding elections tonight Reports have it that all the…

  13. More Sex on TV, Study Says

    “We don’t teach our children that healthy relationships involve drunken, naked parties in a hot tub with strangers – but that’s what they see when they turn on `The Real World,'” Obama said, citing the long-running reality show on MTV. “When they…