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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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    Here’s another post in our series on the learnings from the book the Millionaire Next Door: How do you become wealthy? Here, too, most people have it wrong. It is seldom luck or inheritance or advanced degrees or even intelligence

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    W. Thomas Smith Jr. has an exclusive at World Defense Review on the possible development of a special operations unit for the Marine Corps. The Marines have always had a hand in special operations, and have � in many ways…

  3. 2008 Democrats Flip-Flop on Border Security

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  4. Don Surber says:

    Crime Pays

    Meet Mark Allen Harris. Child killer. Niece raper. Jail escapee. And now, thanks to a West Virginia jury, soon to be the recipient of $50,000.

  5. Current School Choice Models Inadequate

    The middle class has no real school choices.

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    The Clinton Presidential Foundation (CPF) has announced that former President Bill Clinton will soon be releasing a CD containing a compilation of his all-time favorite songs. So many people focus on the supposedly negative aspects of President Clinton…

  7. NIF says:

    Paladin of Encyclopaedias

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny … and it is time for another Kerry-180 Tuesday!

  8. RU-486 Nonsense

    Michelle Malkin, conservative blogger and pundit has written a post about the supposed dangers of RU-486, the “morning after” abortion pill. And what a complete load of utter nonsense it is. There isn’t much to add after Bill Ardolino delive…

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    So am I the only one who is a bit weirded out by the idea of growing meat in vats instead of in animals? Granted, they’re probably right that they can guarantee healthier and even better tasting products, but that’s just kind of icky.

    (Article po…

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  12. Biz Weak Inadvertently Tells Us Why CNOOC-Unocal Was a Bad Idea

    Now they tell us.
    Oh, they didn’t mean to. They were just trying to enlighten us on how things really work in China.
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    A judge in Ohio feels “threatened” by bloggers reporting on him — so he threw them in jail incommunicado.

  16. Pointing out the obvious again

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    As a strong free-speech advocate myself, I supported the
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