Beltway Traffic Jam

My groom’s dinner is tonight, so there will likely be no more blogging from me today. My co-bloggers will likely be popping in with some extra content though.

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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.


  1. Schumer and the Senate Plumbers

    It goes without saying that the national press have been slow to jump on the Chuck Schumer/Michael Steele story. What story, you say? Oh, only the one that is quite reminiscent of Watergate, but in reverse.

  2. Don Surber says:

    Nobel Continues Losing Streak

    I guess Lynndie England was unavailable for the awards dinner.

  3. MND: Why are so Few Americans Affluent?

    Here’s another post in our series on the learnings from the book The Millionaire Next Door. A quote from page 36: Why are so few people in America affluent? Even most households with six-figure annual incomes are not affluent. these

  4. Iran and the Iraqi Insurgents

    From the Washington Post:

    Prime Minister Tony Blair said Thursday that British officials were investigating evidence that Iran may have supplied sophisticated bombs to insurgents in Iraq. He warned Iran that “we’re not going to be intimidated.”…

  5. HerbEly says:

    A Just War Question for Harriet Miers

    Here is a question that conservative senators should ask Harriet Miers before voting on her nomination to the Supreme Court: ?What are the constitutional and just war issues raised by administration plans for a preemptive nuclear attack on terrorists? On

  6. Scott Maddox quits the 2006 Florida Governor’s race

    I wasn’t surprised by this news. Three months ago I chronicled Maddox’s disasterous leadership of the State Democratic party. His failure to manage party finances made him a poor candidate for Governor.

  7. Point Five says:

    IAEA Stunned As Nobel Committee Develops Nuke

    …Just hours after the announcement that ElBaradei and the IAEA had been selected to receive the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize, the Nobel Commission itself announced the development of their first, low-yield nuclear device….

  8. Choose Life says:

    Get Involved – Call for Life

    Calling all pro-life activists! Today is the day for us to unite our voices to demand an end to abortion in the United States.

  9. Cao's Blog says:

    Friday Open Trackbacks

    Thank God I’m FREE! Gotcha, didn’t I?

    I have inline trackbacks now, so you can trackback and it will SHOW UP without opening the comments section! It’ll be published right out in the open! Voila!
    GO FOR IT! Put up one …

  10. Finally, some smart energy policy

    The US House passed a bill to encourage the building of new oil refineries. You know, those places where they turn oil into gasoline…the gas that we’ve been running short of due to not enough refineries to creat the supply…

  11. Open Weekend Trackbacks

    Feel free to comment on any subject or leave a trackback for any article you want people to read. linkbacks are appreciated. Trackback Ping:


    Your source for all the Weekend Trackback action. All of it. I aint kidding. Updated constantly, so check back often.

  13. An All-Volunteer Army?

    BW noticed a decidedly conservative lean to the MILBLOGS from Iraq compared to history books and reprints of letters he’d read from WWI and II. He observes that we ended our draft about 30 years ago, that we’re approaching the second generation of an…

  14. Trackback Party

    I will start the weekend trackback party early this week. Trackback any and all posts to this site over the weekend.
    This will be updated with bloggers who are also having a party.
    I pinged a few of you folks who participated last week. Jump back …

  15. Bigger than Miers

    What concerns me most is will this decision increase the dissention in the right side of the Blogosphere started by the appointment of Miers, and if it does, how do we bring everyone back together in time for the 2006 elections.

  16. Governor Roy Moore[?]

    Recently, former Chief Justice Roy Moore announced he will be seeking the gubernatorial nomination for the state of Alabama in the upcoming Republican primary. For many Americans, just the utterance of this man’s name causes many to roll their eyes a…