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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. The Big Tent Gets Smaller

    Ever since the Cold War ended, its been increasingly apparent that the conservative and libertarian wings of the Republican Party really don’t have all that much in common.

  2. NCAA bans Amerindian names; Pro leagues next?

    The NCAA announced this morning that they are banning the display of “hostile or abusive” Indian mascot names in post-season tournaments beginning February 1.The ruling extends to covering up the logos of schools who have Indian mascots that are pres…

  3. Don Surber says:

    Milking A Good Idea

    Have fun.

  4. Christian Group asks Congress to Investigate ACLU

    Yesterday the ACLU announced that they would be suing the city of New York for violating the rights of American citizens who use the public subways because they are subject to random searches. Whether you agree or disagree with the random searches, w…

  5. Financial Gain Over Principles: The PETA Saga Continues

    Financial Gain Over Principles: The PETA Saga Continues Press Release from CompanionSpecies.org -For Immediate Release- Contact: informationcsc@yahoo.com August 2, 2005 Recent media attention on Ahoskie, North Carolina has illuminated PETA’s real inten…

  6. A Paradox for Embryonic Stem Cell Researchers?

    Charles Krauthammer, as a member of President Bush’s Council on Bioethics, has been advocating a dual policy on human embryonic stem (ES) cell research: Expanding the federal funding of ES cell research using discarded embryos, tempered with &#8…

  7. The Economy Must Be Good Since You’re Not Hearing About It: 080505 Installment

    Four items of economic news that have been underplayed, apparently in the interest of finding one missing teenager (whose family has my deepest sympathies, but not my 24-7 attention), and uncovering who-knows-what in the adoption records of the two ch…

  8. Hey, I Can See the Shuttle Damage From Here!

    Environmental damage seen from shuttle

    No word on whether the eagle-eyed spotters can see….

  9. Point Five says:

    NYT Hits Home Run With Roberts Adoption Dirt

    …“We have solid evidence,” the Times reports, “that Mr. Roberts is not the biological father of these adopted children.”…

  10. Tired Of Those Intrusive Bag Searches? Hop On Board “The Peace Train”

    In response to what the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) calls the fascistic random bag searches that occur before boarding subways, one enterprising young New York man is offering up an alternative. Jamie Rasmussen, 28 years of age and

  11. Liberty Call

    OPEN POST: Off-topic comments and trackbacks are welcome.Other link-fests at OTB, Mudville, and Basil’s….

  12. I ♥ NY City Council

    London has been bombed, the FBI arrested a terrorist in New Jersey, and New York is looked at as the next juicy target for the radical Islamic fascists. It’s good to see the NY City Council finds enough time to bring up meaningful legislation against…

  13. Aug 5th Podcast – The Weekend Edition!

    It’s finally here, the weekend edition. Sorry it’s late…wasn’t meant to be late! Believe it or not I stayed up until 2am last night to get it done so it would be on my blog all fresh and early this morning, and at 2:20am, just as I was drifting to…

  14. Leadership, Not Readership

    bRight & Early is SupportingFreedom Alliance in Blogathon 2005Click to Register and Donate
    It is important that an aim never be defined in terms of activity or methods. It must always relate directly to how life is better for everyone. . . . The…

  15. Iranian Conundrum – Why Iran Will Get Nukes

    Strategy Page tells the disturbing truth, Iranian nukes are inevitable.

    I completely agree. Considering our difficulties in Iraq, there is zero possibility we will be making war on a country 3 times its size. In particular, one that has a history …

  16. Dukes of Hazzard: A Bikini Top and Cutoffs Makes Hollywood “Wicked Pleased”

    Well stated review of the new ‘Dukes of Hazzard’ movie by the Denver Post:
    Once upon a time, the Box Office Fairy sewed together a form-fitting pair of denim cutoffs.
    No one knows if the Box Office Fairy is good or evil; she merely ca…

  17. Oil War

    Thankfully we have an oil driven administration in power, like it or not. This is going to be an issue that our kids deal with if we don’t.

    Instead of racing to the highest number of nukes, it’ll be a race to the highest number of oil barrels in r…

  18. More One Year Olds…

    One of our resident San Diegans just reached the one year mark in blogging. Happy Blogiversary, Froggy! I really hope he does stick with it. His experience and…

  19. On Financing Terrorism…

    Victor Comras over at The Counterterrorism Blog has an interesting piece on terrorists and their financers. Definitely a “must read”.

  20. Cao's Blog says:

    traitors & murderers are now respected politicians

    What amazes me…and I’m just thinking out loud here…is that those who did the most to hurt our soldiers and help our enemies suddenly became “respected” political figures in the democratic party. Have you noticed? Tom Hayden is no longer a long…

  21. NCAA “Mascot” Decision Shows Stupidity Knows No Boundary

    From the NCAA website:

    “Colleges and universities may adopt any mascot that they wish, as that is an institutional matter,” said Walter Harrison, chair of the Executive Committee and president at the University of Hartford. “But a…

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