Beltway Traffic Jam

Create your own linkfest below.

To join in, choose a post from your blog to highlight, edit it to add a link to this post, and then send a TrackBack. If your blog doesn’t automatically generate one, use the Send TrackBack feature below. For more information, see this post.

FILED UNDER: Beltway Traffic Jam, General,
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.

Comments

  1. Don Surber says:

    Steve Leaves

    Steve Harrison’s decision not to seek another term in the Legislature reduces even further the number of lawmakers I like. Harrison first e-mailed me way back on Oct. 4, 1999:
    Your column, “Sure , we need jobs, but we all can’t run video poker machin…

  2. HerbEly says:

    Responses to Warning: Chicken Little vs. the Ostrich

    Former Assistant Surgeon General Susan J. Blumenthal makes a good comparison in this morning’s WaPo. Responding to a question on the threat from Avian Flu, she remarks: How real is the threat of an avian flu pandemic? On the question

  3. A Jersey Donkey May Get Punched

    “Dominick the Christmas Donkey” has a date with a New Jersey judge that could decide the fate of the 2-year-old equidae. 79 year-old Italian immigrant Luigi Catizone was given Dom, as a gift from his son in 2004, to remind him of Italy.

  4. Like A %&$# Rug!

    Here’s the problem with our media in a nutshell. This guys lying through his ever-lovin’ teeth and he knows most of us don’t know any better. Or he’s an ignorant cad, I don’t know which is worse. Mind you this is Fox News, I’m not a huge fan myse…

  5. The Bush economy keeps on hummin’

    I’ll hold my breath and wait for this to get any play on the network news this evening…(If you don’t hear from me tomorrow, you’ll know I passed out and bumped my head).The number of newly laid-off workers filing claims…

  6. Watergate in Reverse?

    Could it be that the NYT leak debacle has the potential to, if not bring down the MSM, then at least humble the liberal press into a pre-Watergate mentality of “just reporting the facts, M’am?”

  7. Aslan “Most Eligible Bachelor”

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has announced that Aslan the Lion is their Most Eligible Bachelor for 2006. Aslan rushed onto the world stage late last year when his movie The Chronicles of Narnia debuted number one at

  8. Got Something to Say? Guest Blogging by Artists, Writers, Crafters

    The Museum of Paper Arts Blog would like to extend a welcome to any Artists, Writers, Crafters, Teachers, Workshop Organizers, Product Reviewers, and Everyday People with something to say – or others who wish to contribute to this blog.

  9. http://conventiculumdextrarum.blogspot.com/2006/01

    As most of you know, the media f-ed up. They claim that all these miners are alive off of no proof, and then they blame everyone else for it.

  10. So maybe it wasn’t the CIA after all.

    George Rurik Mellinger wrote to make sure I saw this:Did the Cubans assassinate Kennedy?By Kate Connolly in Berlin 2006.01.04 The Cuban secret service was behind the assassination of President John F Kennedy, according to evidence presented in a new te…

  11. Sunday School

    There are two contrasting bits in the news over the last few days. Yesterday, via James Joyner, I found this: Also, I can’t let the Boston Herald’s awful (and in retrospect, horribly inappropriate) headline go without comment. Now that we…