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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. A Special Place for Cynics

    There’s a deep, frigid, and poisonous place in the Sea of Humanity for those who would accuse Bush of planning such a cynical exit strategy — that which they would no doubt contrive, had they been in power. That place is called the Trench …

  2. Time to do away with limbo

    What I could never understand is that unbaptized babies not going to heaven. They are innocents and Jesus in the Gospel says let the children come to me.

  3. Redefining The War

    Update @ 4:00pm: James Joyner points out that Bush has mentioned the themes he touched on today in the past, both before and after the war started. While this is true, the problem I see is that the Administration based its entire pre-war argument alm…

  4. The South’s in no danger of rising again, anyway.

    No matter how hard you try, you’re not going to be able to erase the history of the South by trying to disappear it, and that’s as it should be. Especially at colleges, which are ostensibly places where history can be examined objectively, or, if not…

  5. The Death of Free Speech

    Via the Acton PowerBlog comes a relatively common story these days – a homeowner’s association attempting to force the removal of a nativity scene from a front lawn. (Funny that Santa and Minnie Mouse can stay.) As irritating as…

  6. When Corporations Build the City

    “Public-Private Partnerships” are all the rage these days. Municipal governments, strapped for cash and facing crumbling public infrastructure are increasingly looking to private companies to inject much-needed cash into re-development of roads, publ…

  7. Kerry flip-flops again

    This guy must just love the sound of his own voice…giving little to not thought whatsoever to WHAT he’s saying, or whether or not what he’s saying makes him look like a fool. He’s now claiming that Democrats are NOT…

  8. Whoa: 3Q05 GDP Growth Revised Sharply Upward

    ….. to 4.3% (from 3.8%).
    The quarter of Katrina.
    Ka-boom.
    _______________
    UPDATE: NY Times can’t catch a break (too bad, so sad)–This is the day they decided to tell us (before the news of the revision) the economy “appears&…

  9. Canadians and UFO’s

    Canadians and UFO’s

  10. Nude Female Midgets blogging about Pajamas Media.

    Well, it’s almost shark jumping time here at Anechoic Room. We’ve had us a lil bitta funsky over the last while (we hope you did too) ….. So, without further ado (we present):
    Leetle Red (almost …. but not quite Riding Hood), Meets Osama Bin Laden.

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  12. Christmas Lights to the Nth Power

    Someone from my church recently sent me this same video, with the comment that someone has too much time on their hands. David Price at Expresso Roast calls it a lighting extravaganza. Whatever your take on it is, this video

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