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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. Don Surber says:

    Sirius Shrinkage

    New York Daily News reports Howard Stern’s satellite program is being hijacked

  2. Little Gold Statues

    I hope Stewart revitalizes the Oscars. I hope that he is funny and takes great pot shots at such a self congradulatory industry. I will tune into his opening monologue, a good bet to be the most entertaining portion of the evening. I just will not hold…

  3. Sortapundit says:

    Show me the way to Ulaan Bataar… Vol. II

    Now this is the sort of stuff that really kicks ass. The organisers of the Mongol Rally have posted a rundown of all the bad things that happened in last year’s rally to give us an idea of the countless ways in which we could meet our maker this year.

  4. Be a man!

    Even though I’m an extreme-right blogger, I can generally get behind this appeal from center-right bloggers.

  5. Robin Givhan back at it again?

    Ms. Givhan may not be the hack I thought she was. I still don’t understand her July column. The Roberts children were dressed in what is called ‘their Sunday best’. Maybe Ms. Givhan forgot her meds back in July.

    How’s that for sarcasm?

  6. Boosting Investment Yields with Preferred Stocks

    When the market is flat, preferred shares are a good way to boost yields. However, as with any investment, it’s important to research the stock.

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  8. Settled Law or Living Document? Liberals Want Both

    I have no problem with the great debate on the issue, I merely seek honesty in each position. I find total contradiction in the liberal position that the Constitution is a living document, but that Roe is immutable “super-precedent”.

  9. Highway to Hell

    Iran’s mad mullahs and their rabid mouthpiece Ahmadinejad are definitely seeking to grease the skids and make sure that we’re on the highway to hell.