Otters, dogs, & liberaltarians

For those of you who haven’t been paying attention, Megan McArdle and Peter Suderman are off to get hitched. Congratulations to them both!

The good news doesn’t end there, however. Guest-blogging at McArdle’s digs while the newlyweds honeymoon we have:

Katherine Mangu-Ward of Reason magazine.

Cato research fellow and friend of The League, Will Wilkinson.

Cato fellow Julian Sanchez, who can now guest-blog for free off his royalties for inventing the phrase ‘epistemic closure’.

Courtney Knapp who I hear blogged regularly once upon a time, and who I’m looking forward to finally reading….

And, because Megan wanted to change things up a bit, Cato scholar Timothy B. Lee.

If there are more I suppose they’ll post their intros soon.

Should be good.

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14 thoughts on “Otters, dogs, & liberaltarians

  1. Jason, yes, I should have clarified that, but I was actually clarifiying the invention claim in this post. I’m not accusing Sanchez of anything — he did state it was inadvertently improperly applied.

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  2. In the end, the only difference is that some of those guys might be more honest than McMegan – which wouldn’t be hard. I still think that she shouuld get a Michael Kelly award for the post she wrote the day after HCR passed (the one which complained about the ‘tyranny of the majority’).

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