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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. Don Surber says:

    Al-Jazeera’s New Hero: Tojo

    Once again, the left and the Muslims condone any violence so long as it is anti-Western.

  2. I$ The ACLU Picking Your Pocket$?

    In October of 2004, the ACLU turned down $1.15 million in funding from two of it’s most generous and loyal contributors, the Ford and Rockefeller foundations, saying new anti-terrorism restrictions demanded by the institutions make it unable to…

  3. Point Five says:

    Bolton Responds to Appointment By Pointing Finger

    President Bush appointed John Bolton as Ambassador to the United Nations Monday, using his power of recess appointment, bypassing congressional roadblocks and installing the controversial Bolton to the post for over a year…

  4. ID Theft: It’s Only a Matter of Time

    An article at Money notes that the odds are increasing that [ID theft] could hit you. Here are the stats: The personal data of nearly 50 million Americans have been exposed this year. As many as one in six people

  5. Les Jones says:

    “Cocaine turns out to be not nearly as much fun as you thought it was going to be”

    From Marginal Revolutions, some economic research into decisions related to drug use: A chunk of your brain is responsible for anticipating whether something will be fun or not. Apparently, cocaine and other addictive substances (including spouses, acc…

  6. Dean: A Weapon of Self Destruction-Flashback

    Here’s an ST flashback of some, shall we say, Notable Quotables from the Doctor of Disology and the D’s who’ve criticized him

  7. Chris Dodd–Rewriting the Constitution

    Inventing new clauses in the Consitution on the fly.

  8. Air America/DeVille Link Under Investigation

    Embattled liberal radio network Air America has come under a great deal of fire recently over charges that they embezzled nearly $800,00 from a Bronx based boys and girls club. These charges stem from the fact that they embezzled nearly

  9. NY Dem: Castro Better Leader Than Bush

    “Every time you hear of Castro exporting something, its humanitarian aid. When America exports something, its killing and war machines and bombs and troops” – Charles Barron (D- Brooklyn)

  10. A Neo-Conservative Manifesto, Part II

    A few months ago, I suggested to a family member that they read Norman Podhoretz’s World War IV, which I thought was worth proliferating, especially due to its coverage of our domestic enemies, and the origins of the permanently cadred “anti-war” mo…

  11. Ambassador Bolton

    bRight & Early is SupportingFreedom Alliance in Blogathon 2005Click to Register and Donate
    If you are reading this blog (or any political blog for that matter) it isn’t news to find out that President Bush used his Constitutional powers to appo…

  12. More News From the ACLU of Eastern Missouri

    In a stunning upset, the incumbent Adam Zaretsky was defeated by challenger Ray Hartmann. The vote was 119-32 garnering Hartmann nearly 4 times as many more supporters than Zaretsky.

  13. He Can Only Say This Because He’s In San Diego

    If he ever sets foot in the South, he’s history. I don’t really follow the Holloway case any more than I have to when catching a minute or two of Fox News. Nevertheless, inept and hate-filled “journalism” really ticks me off….

  14. NIF says:

    The National Association for the Advancement of…

    NIF – A now recovered, slow-start Monday

  15. Alan Kellogg says:

    I must ask, do you have an outright ban on trackbacks that so much as mention a certain card game. (No, not Magic: The Gathering.)

    I ask because I have a post up at my place (link under name) with links to posts by other people. The first one being a review the author did of a book of very variant variant versions of said card game some friends of his wrote. I tried sending a trackback to Greyhawk’s latest open post at Mudville Gazette, but thanks to the card game mentioned it got bounced.

    Write when you can.

  16. Palm Beach Post Ombudsman CB Hanif

    So why hasn’t the Post fixed their website? It’s not like they don’t know about it. Mr. Schultz the editor of the Editorial page has known so since July 13th. Not getting any action from Mr. Schultz, I informed the paper’s ombudsman C B Hanif. We s…

  17. 2nd Congressional District (OH) Special Election: Anatomy of the Campaign’s Greatest Deception (Hackett-Bush-Iraq)

    The origins of Paul Hackett’s great deception go back to late May at a Democratic forum. OH02 attended and said this about Paul Hackett (bolds are mine):

    When it comes to young, up and coming politicians Paul Hackett is straight out of central…

  18. Morning Quarters

    War on Terror Two More Arrested in Failed London Attacks ? AP Police investigating failed July 21 bomb attacks in London said Monday they had arrested two men during raids in the city, as authorities tried to determine whether there…

  19. Mi Casa Es Su Casa

    Social conservatives are entitled to care about the Supreme Court, and thus about the Senate. But the House, at present, exists only to gargle about Terry Schiavo and lard up appropriations bills. It is necessary to the Republican Party, but to the Rep…

  20. Alenda Lux says:

    Lazy Journalism At The New York Times

    Elaine Sciolino has a piece in the New York Times today beating to death the claim from the media that al Qaeda used to be a single organization, rigidly structured and hierarchical, and is now a decentralized motley group that will be much harder to…

  21. Dadmanly says:

    David Kennedy Revisited

    I have been engaged in an extended discussion in comments with one of my readers. Replying to a post on the remarks of David Kennedy, Ed Darrell took me to task for my initial reaction to Kennedy’s description of our military sharing many essential ch…