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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. MGM v. Grokster

    John: In short, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Inc., et al. v. Grokster, Ltd., et al., is about legally creating a legal product, but specifically marketing it for illegal use. Grokster and Streamcast got into trouble here because they marketed their …

  2. You Can Save a Bundle Without Having a Large Income

    I found a post today on Truck and Barter (via Financial Rounds) about:

  3. “Our mission in Iraq is clear”

    President Bush spoke to the nation last night. It was a speach intended to reassure and encourage us as the fight continues in the GWOT.
    The troops here and across the world are fighting a global war on terror. This war reached our shores on Septemb…

  4. Socialist States Of America

    What I like to call the Hive the informal socialist apparat that uses liberal rhetoric differs from the classic Left in its avoidance of naming its ultimate goals. Today the old socialists and Communists of yore seem quaintly naive in their ingenuous…

  5. Where is the Dramamine?

    I am certainly in need of some. Try reading the Palm Beach Post’s June 29th Eminent domain editorial and you will know why.

  6. The Court’s Closing Flourish

    The practice of routinely twisting the plain language and meaning of a governing charter is just wrong. Your church council wouldn’t do it, your Monday night bowling leage wouldn’t do it. Yet this most important of nations accepts it as routine.

  7. Your Tax Return as a Subtle Financial Planner

    I forget what show I was watching, but it was one of those shows where you have all that Bloomberg ticker crap taking up 75% of the screen and little faces jibber jabbering in the leftover space, but the guy talked briefly about how your IRS 1040 (the …

  8. Pelosi With Blinders On

    Pelosi expounding on her strategy for winning–the Ostrich Strategy.

  9. Des Moines Columnist Thinks Media Does Not Focus On Important Things, Like How Bush Sucks

    It’s the only thing I can get from this piece entitled “Little room for real news” by Rob Borsellino of the Des Moines Register. He intersperses the trivia covered by new media with things the media doesn’t cover, like the badness of the current ad…

  10. Point Five says:

    John Kerry Counters Bush With

    Get out now, or stay the course?
    Stretched too thin, or not enough troops?
    “To be honest, our Democratic message has been a little muddled,” said Senator John Kerry. “But one thing we all agree on: Timetable.

  11. BronxPundit says:

    Letter From Congressman Serrano

    I had written a letter to my congressman, Jose E. Serrano (D), several months ago expressing my approval of H.R. 1438, the No Social Security for Illegal Immigrants Act of 2005. I received a letter in response from him two days ago dated May 10, 2005.

  12. Bush: War Without Angst

    Bush has a hard sell on his hands: War without Angst. The President is on the difficult ground of FUD politics. Speech at Ft. Bragg In his speech last night from Fort Bragg, the President was the confident cowboy leading…

  13. The *Other* Quagmire

    Remember Bosnia? We had no exit timetable there, either — just a set of conditions that had to be met before we decided that we were no longer needed in the Peacekeeping role. Those conditions were fulfilled and the last…