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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. Waiting for the Christian Riots in Sweden

    Active statements against religions whose adherents regularly stab those who make active statements against it or whose adherents routinely blow up innocent commuters remain strangely absent.

  2. mightcan says:

    Two silver candlesticks

    I always thought the going rate for a man’s soul was well defined by the commodities market: In the meantime, Monseigneur Bienvenu had advanced as quickly as his great age permitted. Ah! here you are! he exclaimed, looking at Jean

  3. Don Surber says:

    Will Al Franken Execute The NSA Leaker?

    Franken: “And so basically, what it looks like is going to happen is that Libby and Karl Rove are going to be executed.”
    Will Franken now call for the execution of the person or people who leaked the NSA thing?

  4. Jack Bauer for President

    Personally, I wish that Bush, resolute as he is, had a little more Jack in him — that he would be a bit more bold, a bit more in the faces of his liberal elitist detractors in Congress and the MSM.

  5. Wearing Stiletto Heels, dressed in leather and carrying a whip

    What is this post all about? Has TFM lost his mind or is he having some crazy sexual fantasy?

  6. A Bounty of Art Links and Resources

    This holiday just keeps on giving. I’ve dug up a site that provides Links to Art and Photography Resources.

    Even before you start reading you can tell that the list of links is a fabulous resource in itself.

    It includes
    Artist Grants and Deadli…

  7. Myopic Zeal says:

    Judge John E. Jones’ Dover I.D. Decision

    This ruling is some fascinating reading. If you’ve read all the news reports, go read the actual ruling. The basic point at issue here is whether the Dover school board can require that a disclaimer be read to students when teaching evolution…

  8. Thespis Journal Awards Blogs of the Year

  9. New Years Eve Around the World

    New Years Eve Celebrations will be held around the world today and tonight. Some will range from the sublime to ostentatious. Here is a wrap up of a few.
    Sydney – 

    Hundreds of thousands of revellers along Australia’s eastern sea…

  10. James Joyner says:

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  11. 2005: A Political Year End Review

    With the end of each year comes the inevitable parade of annual lists and this column will be no different. Herewith, the political highlights and lowlights of 2005: George Bush was sworn in for his second term as President, after…

  12. Worshiper of the Religion of Peace vandalizes stor

    And the MSM, predictably, ignores it. Only the East Valley Tribune shows the courage to cover the story as best as possible (Hat tip: Debbie Schlussel). Here’s some excerpts strongly recommended for reading, telling a lot of what first happened on De…