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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.

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  1. 2. Cinco de Mayo means White House Press Corps already too drunk to cover story. And the number 1 reason Porter Goss’ resignation must be tied to hookers is…. 1. It’s Washington. Only consituents get screwed for free. Joining theOutside The Beltway traffic jam. Lord, what a friday.

  2. What do you think?…

    So I want to hear from some fellow bloggers. Did I do something wrong? Do you feel I owe Donnah an apology or do you think Donnah over reacted? I emailed Donnah a link to this post, also hoping to elicit her response….

  3. Cinco de Mayo…

    I vow never to celebrate this trully American Holiday any longer….

  4. Victory…

    can’t you see the irony of the self-inflicted damage this suit did to Mr. McCartin and WKPA. They dodged a bicycle but ran into the path of an 18-wheeler. Warren Kremer Paino Advertising really deserved their knucklehead award….

  5. […] Others with open trackbacks:Third World County; Outside the Beltway; Freedom Watch; Conservative Cat; Basil’s Blog; TMH’s Bacon Bits […]

  6. A “Cinco de Mayo gift” from Rurik…

    Professional author George Rurik Mellinger, a fellow Viet Nam vet (a Combat Engineer, which is not irrelevant here) who stopped just short of a PhD in Russian and Mideastern History after the war, has been kind enough to send me…

  7. The Knucklehead of the Day award…

    Today’s winner is the Australian Tax Office….

  8. Starboard!!! says:

    Despite Their Actions, We Must Continue…

    Today, or was it yesterday according to local time, a British helicopter was struck down in the southern Iraqi city of Basra. While the helo was spiraling towards the ground, groups of Iraqi citizens took the streets and cheered the crash of the helo…..

  9. Starboard!!! says:

    Yemeni Government Releases Suspended Newspapers…

    In a striking display of “it must not have been that big of a deal because we are letting you off the hook,” the Yemeni government has allowed several print news sources to resume operations. The news sources were suspended for republishing the proph…