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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. Hate Crimes v. Real Crime

    In yesterday’s Washington Post, Richard Cohen — whom I normally disagree with completely — has a fairly rational column about that strange phenomenon known as the “hate crime” and offers two examples of such crimes from New York.

  2. Don Surber says:

    Hillbilly Carnival

    Welcome to the fifth edition of the Hillbilly Carnival.

  3. Save on Sports Tickets

    Here’s a fun post to get all you sports fans ready for a great weekend. It comes from SmartMoney who has an article about saving on sports tickets. Here are my favorites from their suggestions: Plan ahead. Sports tickets don’t

  4. What? Hua?

    Truth be told, it’s just as hard to keep your volume down as it is to stop smoking or go on a diet. It is more of a major lifestyle change than most people recognize.

  5. ACLU Defends Pregnant Woman Using Cocaine

    The ACLU is trying to transfer the true victim here to a meaningless parasite not worthy of rights or life, and trying to say the drug abuser is the victim.

  6. NIF says:

    Return of Vader

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny … Another sweet, even if limited blogation, Friday!

  7. Perhaps The Silliest Column Ever Written

    The honor goes to Derrick Z. Jackson in today’s Boston Globe. This beaut is just begging for commentary, and I’m just the guy to do it. Jackson’s opus today is entitled Why Obesity Is Winning. It starts by quoting NPR

  8. Lions and Tigers and Moonbats, Oh My

    Joseph B. Verrengia of The Washington Times reports on an extraordinary attempt by ecologists to repopulate the Great Plains of North America with big critters. If Josh Donlan and his comrades (including Ted Turner — more on him in a bit) have t…

  9. Pot Rabbi has higher calling.

  10. Point Five says:

    Navy Notes Mismatch Between US and Terrorists

    A group claiming responsiblity for the failed rocket attacks against two US Navy ships, including the USS Ashland, has been condemned by a US Navy spokesman as “having the worst acronym ever.”…

  11. Kennedy and the WaPo Continue Their Hatchet Job On Roberts

    The Washington Post ran this article — not editorial, a “news” article — entitled “Roberts Resisted Women’s Rights.” Selected portions (read the whole thing!):
    Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts Jr. consi…

  12. John Roberts – The Lighter Side

    I’ve written quite a bit about Supreme Court nominee John Roberts since President Bush announced his nomination. For the most part I’ve looked at the feeding frenzy/circus that has surrounded him, and how the left is doing all it can to find some ju…

  13. OPEN TRACKBACKS

    It’s Friday and I’m spent, so it’s time for OPEN TRACKBACKS! You know the drill….

    If you have something you’d like others to read, link to this post, and send a trackback. If you use Blogger or something else that doesn’t send trackbacks, …

  14. Me Immigrant, You Racist…

    This is nothing more than a big ole sign to the illegals screaming, come’on over whoever you are and here’s what you say when you get here;

    ‘I immigrant, you racist, I sue, ACLU’

  15. Sorry, but “chutzpah” doesn’t quite cut it for me

    You remember Kelo v. New London, right? The infamous eminent domain case from Connecticut? Here’s something you may not have heard. First, a quick background summary: five years ago, in 2000, Matt Dery and his neighbors in Fort Trumbull learned

  16. A Compilation of Sheehan Quotes

    Once again I’m going to wade into the sewer for a moment. Just in case anyone was interested, I thought I’d make a compilation of Cindy Sheehan statements…

  17. New Column: What’s at stake in the judicial wars?

    For the past several decades, and especially over the past five years, the political battles centered around the federal judicial appointment process have increased dramatically. While there have been occasional flair-ups since the founding of the repu…

  18. Cafe Oregano says:

    open trackbacks

    The Cafe now features open trackbacks with each post. Pay particular attention to the daily specials Monday through Friday. If you have a post you would like to feature, just link to the Daily Specials and send a trackback. If…

  19. NIF says:

    So, we’ve made it back to Monday …

    Today’s dose of NIF – News, Interesting & Funny …