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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. Point Five says:

    Moral Debate: Procedure Makes Monkeys More Human

    The insertion of human stem cells into monkey brains runs a “real risk” of altering the animals’ abilities in ways that might make them more like us, scientists said today. The research has set off a debate among medical ethicists over where the bou…

  2. Selective Civil Rights

    With a $2 million dollar budget and a staff of 17 employees, Janet Benshoof was the Union’s most devoted activist for abortion rights…..she became so overextended in her approach that she advocated mob pressure on the judiciary; she pushe…

  3. LONDON: ‘DRILLS’ TOOK PLACE AT SAME TIME AS REAL ATTACK

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  5. JACK ARMY says:

    Body Armor Works UPDATE

    While Tschiderer was relaying information to the truck commander of his M114 Humvee, an enemy sniper team prepared to engage him from inside of a cushioned silver van being used as a mobile sniper’s nest. This nest was lined with numerous bed mattres…

  6. View from Iraq: Terrorists Yes, Heroes Never

    Caelestis of The Makaha Surf Report (Forward Deployed) is in Iraq and is blogging from the front lines of the War on Terrorism as a military contractor. He has important insights on what separates the terrorists from the U.S. and coalition military. I…

  7. I tried to stay quiet

    I really did. I still think that “Everything that needs to be said about the Rove/Plame Story” is one of the best posts I’ve written. But it’s all I’m seeing and hearing everywhere – on radio, television, and online. To h…

  8. Cao's Blog says:

    al Qaeda attacks

    This presentation is striking, considering all the attacks which were left out–

    The purpose of the presentation is to graphically demonstrate al Qaeda?s ability to conduct mass casualty assaults on a global scale. This presentation by no means do…

  9. Tenancy In Common Unforseen Problems

    Have you thought about buying a place with a friend? With skyrocketing real estate prices these days, going halfsies with a friend sounds like a good idea. Tenancy in Common is a type of ownership registration where both parties own half the property i…

  10. Santorum vs. The World

    I rarely disagree with Michelle Malkin. When I must, I hurt.

    Liberals seeking something—anything—with which to bash Senator Rick Santorum (RC-PA) have dug up a column he wrote that is older than Ted Kennedy’s favorite whiskey.

    I…

  11. Cavuto Shares BizzyBlog’s Frustration with Economic Reporting

    What he said. (HT Right Wing News)
    Neil Cavuto of Fox is frustrated, to say the least, that good news is bad news, and rips the Mainstream Media’s business reporting. The last few paragraphs moved the Gripe-ometer into the red zone:

    …. …

  12. Mariah Carey Wardrobe Malfunction

    You saw her and heard about her over-exposure on German TV.
    Here are the images: .
    Not just pictures, heck out the , too.
    Unlike Mark Coffey, that fraud, pics are here.
    Fatwa’d, COTB’d, and Traffic Jammed

  13. Multiculturism – Dishonest and Deadly

    Since “Multiculturism” became fashionable, schools, rather than assimilating children into the American mainstream, have been causing children to celebrate their differences. Celebrating differences has the opposite effect. Children feel alienated fr…