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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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    I saw a headline reporting on President Bush’s Tuesday evening address that read, “Democrats criticize Presidents speech.” What’s next? “Night discoverd to be dark”? Of course the Dems critcized his speech, it&#8217…

  2. Senator Inouye says votes there to pass Akaka bill

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  3. Point Five says:

    TIME struggles to Produce Notes for Court Deadline

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  4. NY Times: Tenuous Connections

    What’s the connection between fallen soldiers and the Bush Administration?

  5. Deducting Donations – IRS Tax Rules

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  6. GBingo says:

    I’m in a meeting from 1600-1800 and likely beyond. Create your own linkfest below.

    So you’re starting at the White House, going to the Mills Building, and beyond? At that rate you should get to M St. in Georgetown by this evening. See you at Guards.

  7. Rodney Dill says:

    I thought James meant a 200 year long meeting.

  8. Give the Gift of Lunacy

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  10. BronxPundit says:

    Liberals Over At DailyKos Have Nothing To Say

    about the new poll.

  11. Freedom of Religion in America: Adieu!

    A few days ago, the majority of the Supreme Court ruled as if it were using the Constitution of France instead of the Constitution of the USA. The French Constitution states that its nation is a secular one, while our Constitution states that we are …

  12. Kerfuffles says:

    Every Blogger’s Doing It

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  13. JamP3 Files…

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  14. My Own Video Montage….Made by me!

    I was inspired by several video tributes I’ve seen online, and wanted to do something similar without covering the same old ground. So I made one with a slightly different theme. I like it (and for my very first video I’m proud of it so be nice…:) …

  15. Cao's Blog says:

    Yeah right, no WMD.

    You know, I was outraged when I read on the net last night that the democrats have buttons out that say “If you say a lie often enough you’re a republican.” Because if you really look at the rhetoric that comes out of both sides, you can plainly se…