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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. Don Surber says:

    Patriot Posing

    So, the Patriot Act is so oppressive, so intrusive, so evil that the Senate extended it for another six months. WaPo’s front page news story editorial called it “a much-debated domestic surveillance law.” So much for calling it an anti-terrorism law…

  2. It’s a Saddam Hussein Christmas!

    And those beeches wouldn’t give me any aftershave or cologne. Animals, freakin’ animals I tell ya! I have very sensitive slin. I’m a sensitive flower child.

  3. JACK ARMY says:

    Study: Overwork damages morale more than deployments

    You would think that working all those hours, all those days, with only a measley $450 extra per month would have made me disgruntled and ready to quit. Nope. I believed in the mission and was willing to put in the time to do everything I could to make…

  4. Video shows Israeli police need serious reform

    Here’s an article and a video that shows just why some Israeli police officers are in serious need of psychologists

  5. Heard Here says:

    Speaking of Quagmire

    It seems from all I have been reading that the Democrats have found themselves in a querulous quagmire politically on the NSA position along others that they have taken.

  6. The Knucklehead of the Year awards- Judiciary

    The first Knucklehead of the year awards is back. Today’s category is the Judiciary and if you have read my blog on a regular basis, there are some real knuckleheads masquerading as judges out there.

  7. Domestic Surveillance of International Figure

    Domestic surveillance of international figures is nothing new. The American and Canadian military has been following one suspect for 50 years now. But alas, he’s been an elusive fugitive. Details to look for: Suspect is male, wears a red suit,

  8. St. Louis Post-Dispatch Finds the Jews

    Kudos to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and its investigative journalists for finding the Jews in the woodpile….

  9. Korean ES Cell Research Article Retracted

    Is it just me, or is it quite ironic that, so close to the eve of our celebration of the virgin birth of Jesus the Christ, scientists coveting similar godlike creation power would fall so far from grace?

  10. Not suitable for children

    Well, we knew there was a war on Christmas, now it appears Santa is coming in for his share of flack. This time its from people in the UK who think Santa is to “scary” for kids. From across…