Beltway Traffic Jam

The daily linkfest:

  • Michael J. Totten makes the case for regime change in Syria.
  • Sean Hackbarth will surely burn in hell for using “Arianna Huffington” and “lap dancer” in the same post.
  • TaxProf has the embarassing story of a conservative professor who wasn’t discriminated against.
  • Tyler Cowen has details on how to get discount bone marrow transplants and dysentery at the same time.
  • Bob Cox explains how to do all your Christmas from your desk chair.

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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.

Comments

  1. Are Howard Dean and Frank Rich the same person?

    So its been done before. The Democrats claim Republicans live in the past, when it so often is them in reality. I wouldn’t give much credence to anything Governor Dean says, he is either small minded or don’t know what he is saying more often than not.

  2. BitsBlog says:

    Democrats have sided with the terrorists

    And look, we’ve been there for three years. We now have a situation where we’ve removed Saddam, cut terrorism substantially…(I’m unaware of any attacks here since we invaded Iraq) held several elections and helped the Iraqis draw up a constitution…

  3. It?s ?Climate Gender Justice?

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  4. Cut-and-Run Democrats: The Gift to Jean Schmidt That Just Keeps on Giving

    ________________________
    UPDATE: I sense a meme–Yippee-Ki-Yay! also calls Dean “the gift that keeps on giving” (HT Michelle Malkin). Also, Captain Ed notes that the WORMs (Worn-Out Reactionary Media, known to most as The Mainstrea…

  5. Special Photo Report: Military plane crashes in Iran capital. Tue. 6 Dec 2005. Iran Focus

    There are at least two ways to look at this photo. To me, both have the same derivative outcome. War is no longer a question.

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    Sexsomnia and double jeopardy! What a country!

  7. Choose Life says:

    Studies Denying Abortion-Breast Cancer Link Debunked

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  8. The Knucklehead of the Day award

    Today’s winner is US Senator John Kerry.

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    We’ve discussed several times here why Republicans have problems with pushing real solutions to the illegal immigration problem, (that being many in the business community love the cheap labor). Now NRO’s The Corner points out why Democrats are in no…

  10. Was that a Freudian slip I made?

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    A small blog battle is brewing over movies. Hugh Hewitt says the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe will beat out King Kong. Galley Slaves says the opposite, and by Hugh’s implication Drudge also says the opposite. I have to

  12. Adam's Blog says:

    The Weblog Awards, Part Five

    Adam Graham announces his pick for the Weblog Awards in Several Categories including: Top 251-500, Top 250 (Outside the Beltway), and Best Business Blog.

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